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Why Was Keithroy Halliday Recruited to be General Manager of the BWA?

Kammie Holder 23 March at 14:44 · Four Roads, Barbados ·   Dear Jeremy Stephen I note with interest the suggestion pronounced by you on Water in Barbados. However, if the 37% non revenue leakage of water is fixed and the 8WA Solar Farm is built there will be no need for a water rate […]

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An Abridged Copy of the HYATT APPLICATION

Citizen Advocate David Comissiong has delivered on his word and filed a law suit challenging the permission given by Prime Minister Freundel Stuart in his capacity as minister with responsibility for Town Planning Department to construct a 15 storey building in Bridgetown. Here is an ABRIDGED copy of the “Hyatt Application” which was filed at […]

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Hyatt Hotel Law Suit to be Filed TOMORROW

Dear Members of the News Media, At mid-day today, Tuesday 21st March 2017, I hand delivered a letter to the office of the Attorney General, putting the AG on notice that I will be challenging the permission granted by Mr Freundel Stuart, the Minister responsible for Town and Country Planning to Mr Mark Maloney’s company, […]

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Is a ‘Partyless’ Political System the Solution?

The attached document was shared with BU and makes for provocative reading – Barbados Underground Division is killing us. I am in favour of a *CONSTITUTIONAL DEMOCRATIC REPUBLIC, in a sovereign state where the ultimate power rests in its citizens, equally entitled under adult suffrage to vote to elect representatives to wield that power under […]

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David Estwick UAE 4 Billion Dollar Proposal to Restructure Debt Rejected by Cabinet YET he Voted YES to Appropriations Bill

In January 2014 Minister of Agriculture David Estwick in a surprising move submitted a proposal to Prime Minister Freundel Stuart urging the Cabinet to refinance and restructure the public debt by sourcing 4 billion USD from the UAE. In what is described as the UAE proposal Estwick advised there was interest by the UAE to […]

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The Estimates Debate 2017-2018

Follow the debate on Parliament TV

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Petition AGAINST the BNTCL SOL Merger Sent to FTC

Submitted by Barbados Integrity Movement (BIM) BU must congratulate Niel Holder of the political party BIM for keeping the proposed sale of BNTCL SOL in the public space. Unfortunately the average Bajan can care less and for some of us who have concerns we will have to pray that the FTC Commissioners find reason to […]

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Thousands March to Protest …

Many come to BU to gauge the political pulse of the country. With a general election on the horizon it is accurate to say the political temperature is rising. As part of our commitment to the BU family to deliver an informed perspective members of he BU family were embedded in the BLP March of […]

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Downgrades …16,17,18,19 -Moody’s Credit Rating Condemns Barbados Bonds to the Ultra-High Yield Club

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The BNTCL SOL Deal Made Simple

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BIM "Open Letter" Email Response to the FTC

Submitted by Barbados Integrity Movement (BIM) Dear Ms. Sealy, Having previously noted receipt of your correspondence of earlier today in reply to our (BIM) Open Letter to the FTC on several matters, one of grave concern being the redacted documents for the Public perusal at the offices of the FTC as well as lack of […]

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Downgrades … 16,17,18 –Time to Ring the Bell

The credit rating downgrade to CCC+/C by S&P Global of Barbados has come as no surprise to sensible Barbadians. When former Governor of the Central Bank DeLisle Worrell distanced himself recently from government policy of printing money, it confirmed that the rats were jumping ship. The government has been unable to jumpstart the economy since […]

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Barbados Integrity Movement Open Letter to the Fair Trading Commission -Proposed BNTCL Sale to SOL GROUP

Submitted by the Barbados Integrity Movement (BIM)

Click to read the Barbados Integrity Movement's Open Letter to the  Fair Trading Commission re: BNTCL and SOL

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Elombe Mottley Presents –How to Build Barbados Over the Next 50 Years

    FATPORK TEN-TEN PRODUCTIONS Present Baba Elombe (Elton D Mottley) In a National Conversation At the Barbados Workers Union Auditorium Hindsbury Road, Bridgetown On Thursday, March 2, 2017 at 7:30 pm About the future of your children Your survival as you age, and How to build Barbados over the next 50 Years. DON’T MISS […]

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EIA (Town Halls) Not Required for HYATT Hotel Project –say the LAWYERS

Submitted by Anthony Davis “Minister of Social Care Steve Blackett wants to know why ‘town hall meetings are needed now for every project…Were there town hall meetings when they imploded the Hilton Hotel?” he asked in reference to the Opposition Barbados Labour Party…Blackett said: “What are they talking about, we are an action Government” while […]

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Economic Forum Hosted by the Central Bank of Barbados

Central Bank of Barbados Governor, Dr. DeLisle Worrell and a panel of experts comprising Professor Winston Moore, Head of the Department of Economics at the University of the West Indies, Cave Hill; Donna Wellington, President of The Barbados Bankers’ Association; Reginald Farley, Executive Director of the Institute of Chartered Accountants of Barbados; and Jewel Brathwaite, […]

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A BLACKman’s Plight in a Case Versus Pat Brayshaw and Government –the Clarke’s Road Saga continues

  The actions by MTW officials affiliated with a DLP Minister has allowed a reportedly wealthy and WHITE landowner by the name of PAT BRAYSHAW of Palm Paradise Guest House and Apartment in Chapel Gap, Paynes Bay, St. James to make an illegal pathway across a known watercourse located between Chapel Gap and Clarke’s Road, […]

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Kellman, Sinckler and Lashley: GROTTO Housing Project and the Ineffective Public Accounts Committee

The following poster was posted to BU by Sunshine Sunny Sunshine. It resonates with the BU household for many reasons.  Unlike many Barbadians the BU household has not forgotten that three ministers of government were requested to appear before the Public Accounts Committee (PAC) to explain questionable decisions concerning the GROTTO housing project.  BU has […]

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