‘Not wrong’ for NIS to buy Government paper

26 March 2015

CONTRARY TO information being put abroad, there is nothing wrong with the National Insurance Scheme (NIS) buying Government investment paper. Read More


Sir Henry: Redo QEH

25 March 2015

INDEPENDENT SENATOR Professor Sir Henry Fraser is recommending that Government invests in refurbishment of the Queen Elizabeth Hospital and the addition of a new state-of-the-art block. Read More


Husbands: Government ease fund rule

25 March 2015

​GOVERNMENT has removed many of the application requirements for its Student Revolving Loan Fund to facilitate Barbadian students who must now pay tuition fees at the University of the West Indies Cave Hill Campus. Read More


Walcott: Time for debt exchange

24 March 2015

GOVERNMENT IS NOW spending so much money to service its debts that the time has come for it to consider some sort of debt exchange programme. Read More


QEH woes ‘still not fixed’

24 March 2015

THERE IS NO evidence that Government has fixed the woes at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital (QEH), says former Minister of Health Senator Jerome Walcott. Read More


Help Government ‘cut expenditure’

24 March 2015

WITH MORE THAN $400 million in government’s estimated $4 billion 2015/2016 budget being allocated to health care Senator Maxine McClean has suggested professionals in the public health care system must play a role in helping to cut down expenditure and maximising resources in the system. Read More


Stuart: Island will go republic

23 March 2015

BARBADOS WILL soon be switching from a monarchical system of government to republican status, dumping the Queen as its head of state. Read More


Mottley: We did not dodge debate

23 March 2015

THE BARBADOS LABOUR PARTY did not run from any debate in the recently concluded Estimates of Revenue and Expenditure, Opposition Leader Mia Mottley said yesterday. Read More


Dems fall in every sector but tourism

22 March 2015

WHILE THE HIGH cost of living remains the No. 1 area of concern to Barbadians, as shown in the most recent Caribbean Development Research Services (CADRES) poll, the state of unemployment in the country is quickly catching up as an issue. Read More


Poll reflects ‘desire for change’

22 March 2015

THE BARBADOS LABOUR PARTY is bouyed by the high level of support from Barbadians as revealed by the mid-term poll and the high approval rating of our leader, Mia Amor Mottley, for leadership of the country. Read More




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