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Libraries closed this Saturday

31 March 2015

THE PUBLIC is advised that the National Library Service, Fairchild Street, Bridgetown, as well as all of its branches, will be closed on Saturday, April 4. Read More

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Water outage ends classes at Deighton Griffith

31 March 2015

CLASSES HAVE COME to an early end at the Deighton Griffith School due to a water outage in Kingsland, Christ Church and the surrounding areas. Read More

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Stuart: Government committed to UWI

30 March 2015

PRIME MINISTER Freundel Stuart has reiterated Government’s unwavering commitment to the University of the West Indies, even in these challenging economic times. Read More

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NATION newscast March 30, 2015

30 March 2015

In tonight’s news: The Attorney General expresses concern about the juvenile justice system. The Agriculture Minister predicts an improved sugar cane crop in 2016. Barbados wins a bid to host an international cricket tournament in 2017. Read More

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Manual produced for public sector employees

30 March 2015

AN ORIENTATION MANUAL has been prepared to facilitate the smoother transition of employees into the Barbados Public Service. Read More

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Street lights to be replaced with energy efficient alternatives

30 March 2015

AS PART OF its continuing programme to phase out inefficient lighting in Barbados, Government has announced plans to replace more than 25 000 street lights with energy efficient alternatives. Read More

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Police investigating unnatural death

30 March 2015

POLICE ARE INVESTIGATING the circumstances surrounding the unnatural death of 41-year-old Erskine Gunning of Paddock Road, St Michael. Read More

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Juvenile laws up for reform

30 March 2015

BARBADOS is seeking to reform its juvenile justice system whose laws have been described as inadequate to deal with the present generation of youth. Read More

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Let's talk

30 March 2015

THE BARBADOS WORKERS’ UNION (BWU) has signalled its intention to pull the plug on the Barbados Light & Power Company’s plans to lay off scores of workers if there are no prior discussions in keeping with the “principles and policies” governing the Social Partnership. Read More

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Merger go-ahead

28 March 2015

THE CABLE AND WIRELESS Communications and Columbus merger will go ahead but not without certain demands from regulator, the Fair Trading Commission (FTC). Read More

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