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Nature of IB sector encourages tax accusations – Barbados Advocate

Nature of IB sector encourages tax accusationsBarbados AdvocateAccording to Minister of Tourism, Richard Sealy, this outlook of the sector has caused many to make claims and accusations on the taxation structure of Barbados as going against internation...

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Widen approach – Barbados Advocate

Widen approachBarbados AdvocateThe prevailing concern of obesity in Barbados and the wider region has come to the forefront again, with cries coming from both the Minister of Health Donville Inniss and the CEO of the Barbados Diabetes Foundation, Dr. C...

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Barbados Boy Scouts reach century milestone – Barbados Advocate

Barbados Boy Scouts reach century milestoneBarbados AdvocateBy Colville Mounsey A LARGE number of scouts, family members and well wishers turned out at the Scout headquarters in Collymore Rock to commemorate the milestone of 100 years of scouting in Ba...

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Atlantic rowers celebrate reaching Barbados – BBC News

BBC NewsAtlantic rowers celebrate reaching BarbadosBBC NewsA Buckinghamshire man has said with understatement he feels "slightly jaded" after arriving in Barbados as part of the youngest four-man crew to row across the Atlantic. Greg Symondso...

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Repairs ruin rare Barbados gable – Stabroek News

Repairs ruin rare Barbados gableStabroek NewsBy Stabroek editor | 0 Comments | Breaking News | Sunday, January 15, 2012 (Barbados Nation) The intricate, curvilinear, Dutch architectural gable atop Bridgetown's oldest building is no more. And the lo...

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Barbados crush Jamaica by 62 runs – Trinidad & Tobago Express

Jamaica GleanerBarbados crush Jamaica by 62 runsTrinidad & Tobago ExpressDwayne Smith blasted a memorable boundary-studded 86 to set up a comfortable win for Barbados by 62 runs against Jamaica that lifted them to the top of the standings in Group B of...

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Business Monday: Reorganisation the answer, not layoffs – Barbados Advocate

Business Monday: Reorganisation the answer, not layoffsBarbados AdvocateBy Nadia Brancker 'economic mess' in Barbados to deal with Governments current fiscal situation is public sector job cuts. However, Celeste Foster, President of the Barbado...

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Meeting energy needs a priority – Barbados Advocate

Meeting energy needs a priorityBarbados AdvocateRECENT discussions on the large sums of money which this country has to fork out annually for energy imports are presenting more convincing reasons why Barbados has to push ahead with both energy conserva...

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