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Two on Ebola watchlist

11 February 2015

TWO INDIVIDUALS who recently entered the island from Ebola-affected countries are being monitored by the Ministry of Health. Read More

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Free climate change course for public

16 January 2015

PERSONS INTERESTED in finding out more about climate change and its impacts are encouraged to sign-up for a free online course ... Read More

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Heather-Lynn’s Habitat: Grave links to the past

08 January 2015

IN THE DAPPLED shade under the spreading branches of trees old and young, Rachel Pringle Polgreen rests. Read More

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Tree crash seen as two-part tragedy

05 January 2015

A TRAGEDY in two parts. Read More

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Govt seeking $9m to rescue reefs

04 January 2015

IT’S GOING to take a “minimum” of $9 million to save Barbados dying and bleaching coral reefs. Read More

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Lowe not resigning

31 December 2014

MINISTER OF THE ENVIRONMENT Dr Denis Lowe today dismissed suggestions he should resign if the island’s garbage-collection problems persist. Read More

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NPC: Gas use by some over limit

31 December 2014

BLAME IT on increased customer demand. This, said a release from the National Petroleum Corporation (NPC), was the main reason behind . . . Read More

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QEH coping in spite of Chik-V cases

29 December 2014

THE QUEEN Elizabeth Hospital (QEH) has taken a beating from chikungunya, but there’s no crisis at Barbados’ premier health-care institution. Read More

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Garbage galore

17 December 2014

GARBAGE GALORE. Where is the garbage truck? Read More

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Two cases of malaria

15 December 2014

THE GOVERNMENT INFORMATION SERVICE issued the following statement in response to rumours of an Ebola case in Barbados. Read More

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