Well done to our Pan American games athletes. Many gave impressive performances and qualified for the final of their events. They have demonstrated that they are internationally competitive. To improve their training and attend other competitions, our athletes need funds. So, how can we support them? One method is for the public to invest in the development of our athletes.Read more
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Submitted by Tea White In July this year, Richard Branson’s Virgin Atlantic announced that it would end its flights to St Lucia on 8 June 2020. This decision was taken because the government of St Lucia refused to agree to Virgin’s demand that they hand over some EC$20 million in subsidies to Branson’s monopoly company over a 3 year period.Read more
What practical measures could we implement to help negate the consequence of the falling value of Sterling and make Barbados more affordable for our existing and potential British visitors? My thoughts are, that we have to think way beyond the very basics, like flights and accommodation and look for smart partnerships which will bring the overall cost of the holidayRead more
Submitted by Terence M. Blackett Influence Peddling & Favour Swapping – a Peculiar System of Morality Veiled In Specious Allegory & Nebulous Symbology Involving Government Officials, the Judiciary, Law Enforcement & the Private Sector I know your works, and where you dwell, where Satan’s throne is…(Rev 2:13) Ten years ago, almost to the exact month, I posted up an articleRead more
This video shared widely on social media raises doubt in the minds of some that the truth surrounding the death of 44 year old Natalie Crichlow is being suppressed by the authorities. The Commissioner of Police Tyrone Griffith confirmed in a press release no accelerant was detected from the post mortem process and likely cause of death was as aRead more
… In the midst of a garbage crisis the SSA reports that there is an epidemic of illegal dumping of sheep offal in Barbados, the Police manage to apprehend a couple of the scofflaws who admitted to the dumping but declined to charge them because according to the SSA spokesman they were “cooperative”. I hope that next time someone isRead more
The embedded letter dated 30 January 2019 was sent to the Registrar of the Supreme Court in the matter of Civil Case 99 of 2016 – Clico International Insurance Company (under judicial management) Claimant vs. Leroy Parris First Defendant, Branlee Consulting Services Inc Second Defendant and Estate of David Thompson (acting through duly appointed Personal Representative Marie Josephine MaraRead more