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Seven to appear in court tomorrow

06 July 2015

SEVEN MEN ARE expected to appear in court tomorrow as police report a significant breakthrough into a number of recent serious crimes. Read More

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McDowall: It's not about me

06 July 2015

THIS IS not the Akanni show! This assurance came from President of the National Union of Public Workers (NUPW), Akanni McDowall in an interview after he addressed hundreds of protesters at its Dalkeith, St Michael headquarters this morning. Read More

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NUPW moving to Phase 2 of industrial action

06 July 2015

THE NATIONAL UNION of Public Workers’ (NUPW) protest action will move to phase two tomorrow. Read More

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Granger meets with Guyanese at Bubba’s

06 July 2015

GUYANA’S NEW PRESIDENT David Granger says his country and the Caribbean can build one of the strongest economies in the globe if the necessary integration becomes a reality. Read More

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Hundreds turn out for protest

06 July 2015

HUNDREDS OF WORKERS have responded to the trade unions’ call to turn out for todays’ protest action which started in Queen’s Park. Read More

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Dirty Touch

06 July 2015

NINETY-EIGHT PER CENT of the cases involving physical and sexual abuse of children are committed by family members and close associates. Read More

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Enter BWU

06 July 2015

IN STEPS THE Barbados Workers’ Union (BWU).The island’s largest trade union has moved from moral support to calling out some of its public sector members for today’s strike action organised by the National Union of Public Workers (NUPW). Read More

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Cop found hanging

06 July 2015

THE SUSPECTED SUICIDE of a 44-year-old police constable who was attached to the Canine Unit has thrown the Royal Barbados Police Force into mourning. Read More

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PM Stuart to step in, says Byer

06 July 2015

THE IMPASSE BETWEEN the Barbados Investment and Development Corporation (BIDC) and the National Union of Public Workers (NUPW) is heading for Prime Minister Freundel Stuart’s ears Read More

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BIDC chief: Steps to turn body around

06 July 2015

THE BARBADOS Investment and Development Corporation (BIDC) maintains it needs to cut expenditure by $800 000, including salaries and benefits, if it is to survive. Read More

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