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A delicate situation – Barbados Advocate


A delicate situation
Barbados Advocate
The closure was extensive and included day nurseries, the Samuel Jackman Prescod Polytechnic, the Barbados Community College and the Erdiston Teachers Training College. This followed the glut of rain on Sunday – a combination of a tropical wave and ...

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Barbados closes schools amid inclement weather – Shanghai Daily (subscription)

Barbados closes schools amid inclement weatherShanghai Daily (subscription)Barbados closes schools amid inclement weather. Oct 28,2014. KINGSTON, Oct. 27 (Xinhua) -- The Barbadian government on Monday ordered a national shutdown of public and private s...

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Mottley re-elected leader of Barbados opposition party – Jamaica Observer

Mottley re-elected leader of Barbados opposition partyJamaica ObserverBRIDGETOWN, Barbados (CMC) - Attorney Mia Mottley was returned un-opposed as leader of the main opposition Barbados Labour Party (BLP) urging Barbadians to speak out against the issu...

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TravelersInsights Reviews Barbados Holidays Package for Independent Travelers – Newswire (press release)

Newswire (press release)TravelersInsights Reviews Barbados Holidays Package for Independent TravelersNewswire (press release)Independent Holidays are catching on especially with the new millennial travelers who are ardent independents. It is the focus ...

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Barbados govt says no IMF programme to turn economy around – Jamaica Observer


Barbados govt says no IMF programme to turn economy around
Jamaica Observer
BRIDGETOWN, Barbados (CMC) – The Barbados government Monday said it would not seek assistance from the International Monetary Fund (IMF) to help turn around an ailing economy, insisting that the fiscal programme it has embarked upon is working, ...
Gov't pushing ahead with reformsBarbados Advocate
Barbados on Track to Slash Budget DeficitLatin American Herald Tribune

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Barbados hosts inaugural Infection Control Week – Barbados Advocate

Barbados hosts inaugural Infection Control WeekBarbados AdvocateSome 49 years after implementing infectious disease management at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital (QEH), this year, for the first time ever, Barbados unites with health care systems around th...

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Rescuing the sugar industry – Barbados Advocate

Rescuing the sugar industryBarbados AdvocateHe told the annual general meeting of the Barbados Agricultural Society that some of the money will be available to farmers to assist them with the coming sugar crops and some will go to the Barbados Agricult...

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World Road Tennis Championship in the works – Barbados Advocate

World Road Tennis Championship in the worksBarbados AdvocateIf all goes according to plan, Barbados will be hosting a World Road Tennis Championship in 2016. This is the news coming out of a media briefing that was held this past week to highlight the ...

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Land must be used wisely – Barbados Advocate

Land must be used wiselyBarbados AdvocateSOMETIMES Politicians in Barbados have to be very cautious about what they say when it comes to agriculture, land use policy and food imports into this country. The reason for this is that at times those in our ...

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