Barbados Pride make steady start
BARBADOS PRIDE made a steady start to their fifth round WICB Professional Cricket League match against Leeward Islands Hurricanes today. Related articles. VIDEO: NIFCA at Alexandra School... Weekend Buzz October 10 · WEEKEND BUZZ January 23, ...
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Fire scare sends Air Canada passenger plane back to BarbadosThe Globe and MailAn Air Canada passenger plane leaving Barbados for Toronto with 203 people on board had to turn back shortly after takeoff Thursday because of a fire scare. Flight AC 967, a ...Read More »
Sault StarCollege powers Barbados courseSault StarRon Common helped flip the switch on a new renewable energy course at a post-secondary institution in Barbados. The Sault College president attended the launch of a 45-hour photovoltaic installation cou...Read More »
EDITORIAL: Keep Almond brandNation NewsDespite this, however, a number of Barbadian operators in the hospitality sector expressed interest in taking over Almond, even as its former guests, many of them repeat visitors, cried out for the reopening of th...Read More »
Building a better Barbados
“We have determined that if we set high standards for ourselves and we make Barbados a congenial place for ourselves, when you come here you will find our charm irresistible and so far that has been working, so do not expect us to change it,” he said ...
Nation NewsPlane makes emergency landing, gives residents a frightNation News... THINGS: Time to redirect economic policies Read More · Barbados banks under increased scrutiny Read More. AN AIR CANADA plane, forced to return to Barbados for an e...Read More »
Nation NewsBarbados banks under increased scrutinyNation NewsCOMMERCIAL BANKS in Barbados have to answer to more than their shareholders and local regulators, and this is placing client accounts under heightened scrutiny and increased due diligence.and...Read More »
Jamaica GleanerBarbados looks to Jamaica to ease egg shortageJamaica GleanerBarbados looks to Jamaica to ease egg shortage. Published: Thursday | February 5, 2015 Comments 0. President of the Jamaica Egg Farmers Association, Roy Baker, stands at the en...Read More »
Money delayNation NewsThe Barbados Agricultural Management Company (BAMC) is affected by this cash crunch too, leaving its factory and mechanical preparations lagging somewhat. Word of this comes a week after Prime Minister Freundel Stuart told busines...Read More »
Beaches resort start delayed
But speaking to the media following a tour of the refurbished property at Dover, Christ Church, Stewart said planning for the northern property was proceeding "at great speed" and that the new Sandals would be a major boost for Barbados, especially in ...
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