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Silver Sands cleaned to help Thelma Vaughan Home

14 June 2015

OVER 100 VOLUNTEERS turned out for the Seaweed Battle Challenge at Silver Sands Beach, Christ Church this morning. Read More

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$700 million waste-to-energy deal in works

14 June 2015

A deal for the multimillion dollar clean waste-to-energy plant for St Thomas should be closed by August 15 as investors fly in and out of the island this month. Read More

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Court to decide if farmers’ claims timely

14 June 2015

Christ Church farmers, after complaining for decades that a leaking Shell oil pipeline was ruining their businesses, now have to wait for the Barbados High Court to determine if their claims have been filed too late. Read More

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Shell oil leaks fuel farmers’ drive for settlement

14 June 2015

The records of multinational oil giant Shell show that its pipeline from Oistins to the Grantley Adams International Airport leaked “greater than 300 000 gallons of Jet A1” fuel into the ground over more than 20 years. Read More

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Birds dying in wind turbines

07 June 2015

LIVERMORE, Calif. (AP) — While everyone agrees huge numbers of birds are dying in the wind turbines of Northern California's Altamont Pass, they don’t agree on how and why they are dying. Read More

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Clubs plant trees at Blackman and Gollop Primary

06 June 2015

IN A FEW WEEKS, the roundabout at Blackman and Gollop Primary School will look quite different. Read More

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Courts/BREA sign MOU

03 June 2015

THE THRUST TO conserve energy and to make greater use of renewable energy sources gained a boost today with the signing of a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) by the big furniture and appliance retailer Courts Barbados Limited and the Barbados Renewable Energy Association... Read More

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Wear green Friday

03 June 2015

RESIDENTS ACROSS Barbados are being encouraged to join the global celebrations for World Environment Day and wear green on Friday. Read More

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Ruins down to ‘laziness’

29 May 2015

LAZINESS AND a lack of vision.Those, declared Sir Henry Fraser, were the two main reasons why many of the island’s built historic treasures were allowed to run to ruin. Read More

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Combermere study ‘must be priority’

27 May 2015

REPORTED CASES of cancer at Combermere School should not be dismissed or taken lightly. Read More

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