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Hero’s Day; Nominations for Treason

The following was mailed to the Nation newspaper for publication by Chris Mchale the man the system loves to hate  . MASSYS; NOT BARBADIAN, BUT TRINIDADIAN. FOR HEROS DAY, I WISH TO NOMINATE SIR ALLAN FIELDS WHO TAKES FULL CREDIT FOR PUTTING THE DEAL […]

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Holding Politicians Accountable!

The following post extracted from one of the leading Bajan Facebook pages SURVIVING OUR HARSH ECONOMIC ENVIRONMENT Maria Agard No this is absolutely NOT TRUE!!!! And we need to stop peddling this form of defeatist thinking. […]

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Margaret Sivers (l) Chris Sinckler (r)

Overseas Travel by Politicians and Civil Servants High on the Agenda

Some Barbadians have wondered about the need for government officials to travel overseas first class and in many cases to travel at all during a protracted period of austerity. Do you know government officials […]

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Pow Pow…this is Barbados

bang bang bang bang all day, tension in the atmosphere…tell me what is happening to the young generation…call de police…arm the police. Who would have thought the landscape of Barbados known for order and relative calm compared to our neighbours Trinidad and Jamaica would be one characterized in 2015 […]

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Adrian Loveridge, Peach and Quiet

The Adrian Loveridge Column–Growing Our Relationship With Caribbean Airlines and Partners

With any number of uncertainties there can be very few other businesses like airlines which present a constant indeterminate challenge. It seems a twinkle ago since massive controversy hit the media over the sale […]

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Janice Millington Gone NOT Forgotten

BU received the following message from W.Gibson and have to concur there is a paucity of information to be found about Janice Millington online although there is exhaustive references to her writings to support research. For someone who made […]

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Dorien Pile

Dorien Pile, the lady

She was an educator and a lady. All who had the opportunity to have interacted with the late Dorien Pile was smitten by a dignity and sincerity she always exuded. She defined lady. Her selfless service as a board member at the Barbados Council for the Disabled, or as a geography teacher at her beloved […]

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The Jeff Cumberbatch Column – An Evolving Democracy (II)

BU shares the Jeff Cumberbatch Barbados Advocate column – Senior Lecturer in law at the University of the West Indies since 1983, a Columnist with the Barbados Advocate since 2000 and BU commenter – see full bio. .[…]

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Afra Raymond

Facing the Facts

Reblogged from AfraRaymond.com blog Two important laws were partially-proclaimed by the President at the end of July – The Public Procurement and Disposal of Public Property Act, which is intended to control transactions in Public Money,[…]

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Psychiatric Hospital: Pictures Portray the Sorry Tale

The following was submitted by the public spirited citizen who has been working tirelessly to highlight the dilapidated conditions at the Black Rock Psychiatric Hospital.[…]

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Professor Paul Connett brought in by the Future Centre Trust to share his experience on gasification technology

Citizen Plan for a Sustainable Barbados

Authored by Professor Paul Connett with Climate Colorado and the Zero Waste Barbados Movement 1. Sept meeting organized by the Future Island Trust (before this meeting organizers need to be briefed by Robert on how to organize the brainstorming […]

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Jahan King Remembered

Bearing in mind that, as indicated in the Declaration of the Rights of the Child, “the child, by reason of his physical and mental immaturity, needs special safeguards and care, including appropriate legal protection, before as well as after birth – Convention on the Rights of the Child […]

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Problem Solver

Jobs Available Here: Problem Solvers ONLY

Submitted by William Skinner Former parliamentarian and minister, Dr. Don Blackman, had promised to demystify economics and demonstrate that we as a society, was holding some rather obscure academics , in very high and essentially unearned esteem. […]

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Afra Raymond

Facing the Facts on Invader’s Bay: INVADER’s BAY Corrective

JCC President Afra Raymond issues a corrective to the lead story in the Sunday Guardian of 9th August 2015. This ‘Letter to the Editor‘ was published in the T&T Guardian on Tuesday 11th August 2015. […]

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