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The celebration of the Christmas Season has been synonymous with the promotion of peace, joy and good will.
The events of the year 2017 have tended to place a damper on the realization of these ideals which underpin the civility of the society in which we live. Unfortunately there has been a phenomenal rise in negativity and this has replicated itself across the Caribbean region.
Companies which recently had their licences revoked by the Ministry of Industry, International Business, Commerce and Small Business Development will soon be publicly known.
The EU published its first "blacklist" of tax havens on Tuesday, naming 17 countries including Barbados, Panama, and St Lucia.
Barbadian Kevin Devonish has been selected to attend the Global Entrepreneurs Summit (GES) in Hyderabad, India from November 28-30, 2017.
Police in Barbados are conducting investigations into the circumstances surrounding the Unnatural Death of Davonne Jamal Watts, 23 years of Smith Road, Pine, St. Michael, which occurred sometime around 8:30 am, on Monday the 27th of November 2017, whilst at Smith Road, Pine, St. Michael.
STATEMENT FROM RALPH THORNE QC BARBADOS LABOUR PARTY CANDIDATE FOR CHRIST CHURCH SOUTH
The persistent leakage of effluent on the South Coast represents an environmental crisis of grave proportions, and the Barbados Water Authority’s inability to fix the problem to date is a damning indictment on Government’s handling of the matter.
Businesses and householders are being urged to cooperate fully with interviewers who are collecting data for the development of national statistics.
The Minister of Labour, Social Security and Human Resource Development, Senator Dr. Esther Byer Suckoo, has sought to set the record straight on the policy articulated for migrant workers when working in Barbados.
Due to an outbreak of conjunctivitis on Ward C2 at the St. Philip District Hospital, the Ministry of Health in Barbados is advising family members that visits to patients on that ward will not be allowed until the situation is resolved.
Following an investigation and discussions with the player concerned the Hero Caribbean Premier League (CPL) have decided to take no further action with regard to the no ball that Kieron Pollard bowled at the end of the Barbados Tridents vs St Kitts & Nevis Patriots match on 3 September 2017.