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    July 17

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GUEST COLUMN – Annual family reunion

06 August 2010

The family of the Democratic Labour Party will be meeting for its 55th Annual Conference from the August 20 to 22. Read More

McClean: Inertia in ministry

06 August 2010

Barbados’ consul general in Toronto Leroy McClean, has accused some people in the Ministry of Agriculture of not pulling their weight. Read More

BLP COLUMN – Why is Stuart hiding?

06 August 2010

"Three things cannot be long hidden: the sun, the moon and the truth." – Siddhartha Read More

Senator Boyce out of place?

01 August 2010

A dagger of immense proportions was driven through the heart of our Constitutional arrangements last Thursday night, when for close on 90 minutes of prime time television, Read More

THE PEP COLUMN – Lamming,  Gonsalves to speak

30 July 2010

As big as Pic-O-De-Crop, Bridgetown Market and Kadooment are, there is an even "bigger" event taking place in Barbados over this extended holiday Read More

THE BLP COLUMN – A nation adrift

30 July 2010

Another Crop-Over season draws to a close this weekend. Congratulations to all those who contributed to the cultural mosaic that forms part of our national Read More

THE BLP COLUMN – Dems economic policy a failure

23 July 2010

It now seems that recent budgetary policy in the past two years reduced economic activity and taxes collected. – Editorial Sunday Sun July 18 Read More

THE PEP COLUMN – The Assembly of Caribbean People

23 July 2010

The countdown is on for the staging of the Assembly of Caribbean People in Barbados from August 3 and 8, 2010! Read More

BLP COLUMN – Economy still on skids

16 July 2010

A dour looking Governor of the Central Bank appeared on television on Tuesday’s Evening News with no words of comfort for Barbadians Read More

GUEST COLUMN – Politics and polls

16 July 2010

A recent poll connected with our country’s leading newspaper, the Nation, reported that 51.26 per cent of Barbadians currently would choose the Barbados Labour Party, Read More

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Mia: Bring budget now

15 July 2010

THIS country cries out for leadership to revive the economy and the time has come for a budget to chart a course for recovery charged Opposition Leader Mia Mottley yesterday.  Read More

Eyes on St John

11 July 2010

"... I am requesting the nation’s forbearance as I have decided to take two months’ leave from my duties as Prime Minister. Read More

Constitution and powerof the PM

11 July 2010

Within the past ten days, matters of immediate constitutional moment diverted my attention away from an analysis Read More

Council projects under way

09 July 2010

The newly-formed Constituency Councils are developing a number of programmes and projects aimed at empowering all Barbadians. Read More

'BLP has poor record'

08 July 2010

THE Barbados Labour Party (BLP) is in no position to question the Democratic Labour Party’s (DLP) record on agriculture. Read More

Highest catch in over a decade

07 July 2010

LAST YEAR was the first time since 1998 that Barbados recorded a high landing of fish on the island. Read More

Bulkeley to become heritage site

07 July 2010

GOVERNMENT has plans to turn the old Bulkeley Sugar factory into a historical place of interest. Read More

Jones wants closure at Gibbons

07 July 2010

Acting Prime Minister Ronald Jones has voiced concern about the continuing problems facing farmers in Gibbons, Christ Church and neighbouring areas. Read More

'Punish receivers too'

07 July 2010

TARGETING THE receivers is one way of dealing with praedial larceny suggested Minister of Housing and Lands Michael Lashley yesterday. Read More

Jones: Push local food production

07 July 2010

Acting Prime Minister Ronald Jones says agricultural production is rising, but farmers have to do a lot more to satisfy local food demand. Read More

Boost farmers, says Clarke

07 July 2010

St George North MP Gline Clarke believes Government should introduce direct subsidies to help farmers affected by praedial larceny. Read More

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