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B’s can’t move since new site not ready

10 May 2015

THE OWNER OF B’S Recycling has missed a 14-day deadline to remove thousands of tonnes of material at the controversial waste facility, the SUNDAY SUN can reveal. Read More

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BLP: Why tipping fee in hard times?

08 May 2015

WITH GOVERNMENT projected to take in more than $50 million from the municipal solid waste tax, the Opposition Barbados Labour Party wants to known why it is now charging an additional $25 plus VAT tipping fee for every tonne of waste delivered to the landfill. Read More

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‘Right way’

28 April 2015

MINISTRY OF EDUCATION OFFICIALS are defending the way they handled the environmental problems that forced the closure of Combermere School, resulting in senior students being relocated to Erdiston Teachers’ Training College. Read More

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Earthquake to south of Barbados

27 April 2015

THE UNIVERSITY of the West Indies Seismic Research Centre has recorded an earthquake in Barbados. Read More

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Sargassum seaweed no threat to humans

25 April 2015

THE CONTINUOUS INFLUX of sargassum seaweed on beaches across Barbados poses no threat to human health. Read More

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National sargassum clean-up

25 April 2015

WITH 25 BEACHES across Barbados being affected by the sargassum seaweed, a call is being made for volunteers to join a national clean-up effort on May 2 and 3, beginning at 6 a.m. each day. Read More

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Chikungunya on the decline in Barbados

23 April 2015

CASES OF chikungunya disease in Barbados continue to decline, with 57 suspected cases reported for the first 12 weeks of this year. Read More

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HEATHER-LYNN'S HABITAT: Bay Street project falls apart

16 April 2015

ALMOST a decade after elaborate plans for the redevelopment of the Old Eye Hospital were revealed, the historic building is a picture of decaying splendour on Bay Street. Read More

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Lighting project to cut costs

07 April 2015

APPROXIMATELY 9 000 households will be receiving locally made LEDbulbs for free thanks to a $1 million lighting facility programme. Read More

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VIDEO: Sargassum takes over Crane Beach, St Philip

31 March 2015

EFFORTS TO KEEP the beach clean at Crane, St Philip are being stymied by the invasion of Sargassum seaweed. Read More

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