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21 November 2014

GOVERNMENT is adding 20 staffers to boost the performance of the VAT Office ... Read More

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REMEMBERING BREE: Statesman content with career

20 November 2014

HE was calm, his mind was clear and despite his serious illness, Sir Harold St John looked back on his political career with satisfaction ... Read More

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REMEMBERING BREE: Patriotic son gave his all to Barbados

20 November 2014

THE DEATH of Sir Harold St John, Knight of St Andrew and one of Her Majesty’s Counsel, learned in the law, marks the closing of the final chapter ... Read More

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REMEMBERING BREE: Oistins a town in mourning

20 November 2014

“OISTINS will always miss Mr St John.” Read More

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REMEMBERING BREE: Tributes to Sir Harold

20 November 2014

The following are excerpts taken from tributes to Sir Harold St John by former parliamentary colleagues at the time of his death in 2004. Read More

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REMEMBERING BREE: Most resilient politician

20 November 2014

PRIOR TO his death on Sunday, February 29, Sir Harold St John was one of only three survivors of the Parliament of 1966. Read More

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REMEMBERING BREE: St John family touched and thankful

20 November 2014

At a reception following the funeral, Lady St John spoke to invited guests. The reception was held at the Savannah Hotel. Read More

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REMEMBERING BREE: Illustrious career

20 November 2014

He never was, and never will be, a political strategist. It is not in his nature to be sufficiently devious for that. – Peter Morgan, 1993. Read More

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REMEMBERING BREE: Sir Harold loses fight

20 November 2014

FORMER PRIME MINISTER Sir Harold St John is dead at 72. Read More

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REMEMBERING BREE: Address by PM St. John

20 November 2014

Today, we continue our look at former Prime Ministers of Barbados with Harold Bernard St John. Read More

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