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ON THE RIGHT: Build structure to create jobs

IT IS BECOMING absolutely necessary that policymakers and planners be provided with an assessment as to the major economic initiatives that are taking place within a specific sector, that might impact that sector’s ability to create meaningful employment opportunities. Read More

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Two ports told to turn it up

“PLAY DE MUSIC” and dress up the place to ensure Crop Over is ever present. Read More

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Ports to remain under govt control

GOVERNMENT SENATORS HAVE made it clear that neither the Barbados Port Inc. nor Grantley Adams International Airport will be privatised. Read More

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ON THE RIGHT: Build structure to create jobs

IT IS BECOMING absolutely necessary that policymakers and planners be provided with an assessment as to the major economic initiatives that are taking place within a specific sector, that might impact that sector’s ability to create meaningful employment opportunities. Read More

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ON THE LEFT: Rebalancing policies would help

THE UNEVEN ECONOMIC recovery and successive downward revisions in economic growth projections have had an impact on the global employment situation. Read More

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THE ISSUE: Direct link to job creation

ONE OF THE FEATURES of the protracted economic recession that Barbados has faced is increased unemployment. Read More

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Carl Hooper to coach Guyana Amazon Warriors

GUYANA AMAZON WARRIORS have announced the appointment of Carl Hooper as their head coach for the 2015 Limacol Caribbean Premier League season. Read More

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South Africa smash West Indies

CENTURION – Hashim Amla and Rilee Rossouw both smashed centuries in a record stand as the high-scoring South Africa thumped the West Indies by 131 runs in a rain-affected fifth One-Day international cricket match, yesterday. Read More

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US get polo stick from Bajans

THE DIGICEL-SPONSORED men’s team of Stewart Gill, Richard Gooding, Christian Chavez and Jeff Evelyn trounced the visiting United States of America (USA) Villages polo team 9 ½ goals to six in Tuesday’s opening game of the three-game tournament at the Holders grounds in St James. Read More

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OUR CARIBBEAN: Taking ‘action’ on violence at schools

IN THESE STRESSFUL days of life, across our Caribbean region and the wider global community, Monday’s page-one lead story in the Daily Nation may well have aggravated tension for some families with school-going children, though that would not have been the intent. Read More

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An idea to help sugar industry

TUESDAY’S DAILY NATION Back Page reported that the proposed new sugar factory is estimated at $500 million. Is this US, Trini or Bajan dollars? Read More

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DEAR CHRISTINE: Can’t get over wife’s affair

DEAR CHRISTINE: I am not from your country but I am seeking your advice. Just over seven months ago, my wife of 13 years confessed to me that she was unfaithful in our marriage. Read More

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Two ports told to turn it up

“PLAY DE MUSIC” and dress up the place to ensure Crop Over is ever present. Read More

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Crop Over changes likely

SOME MAJOR CHANGES could be coming to the Sweetest Summer Festival this year. Read More

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Foreday, Finals to remain on different nights

THE FAST-GROWING Foreday Morning and the Pic-O-De-Crop Finals will continue to be held on two separate nights. Read More

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