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Corporate Governance Awry At Caves Of Barbados

Originally posted on Barbados Underground:
What has been exposed by the hair raising report prepared by Judicial Manager Deloitte is the light regard directors of CLICO companies viewed their fiduciary responsibility. Directors followed meekly the dictate of Parris which  speaks to a weak corporate governance system. It is only god’s mercy we have enjoyed a stable financial climate through the…

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Corporate Governance Awry At Caves Of Barbados

What has been exposed by the hair raising report prepared by Judicial Manager Deloitte is the light regard directors of CLICO companies viewed their fiduciary responsibility. Directors followed meekly the dictate of Parris which  speaks to a weak corporate governance system. It is only god’s mercy we have enjoyed a stable financial climate through the years. What other rotten situations

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Batts Rock and Recolonization

Submitted  by Dr. E. Anthony Hurley Batts Rock has been, for more than half a century, one of my favorite spaces in Barbados, that means on earth. It was there I had one of my most treasured experiences of childhood terror, when my schoolmates (we were all less than nine years old) suggested I climb up on one of the

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Illegal Company (IFL Pipeline Inc) Invoiced BWA 3.4 Million Dollars

[Barbados Underground] On the 16 August, 2018 Barbados Underground (BU) published the blog – Was Michael Carrington VAT Registered When he Invoiced the BIDC 706 thousand dollars?. The article also included a concern by the blogmaster about a 1.5 million dollar invoice submitted by Hal Gollop to the Barbados Water Authority (BWA) for services rendered. If we wanted to hammer home

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Make Legal (Professional) Fees Paid by Former DLP Government Public!

There is a culture of secrecy in Barbados when it comes to explaining how taxpayers dollars are spent. The blogmaster listened to retired Director of Finance William Layne in a radio interview recently when he shared a view that much of government’s business can be made public except in a few cases where security considerations apply. The Trinidad government took

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Barbados Sold!

The recent uproar created by Sir Roy Trotman  calling out of Diamond’s International Managing Director Jacob Hassid as the Egyptian Jew, has pierced the veneer which cloaks a simmering racial tension in Barbados. What we have is a dominant Black host population which has tolerated a relationship with the White population for years, the dominant minority group. It must be

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Dead Man And The Sea

Reproduced from Dawn.com blog We asked world famous occult medium, Mr. Abdul Qadir Awami Badami, to connect and communicate with Osama bin Laden’s soul, to ask him what really happened on the night he was shot dead in Abbottabad … Mr. Osama, can you hear me? Mr. Osama? Bubble … bubble … bubble I think I have made contact with

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People’s Democratic Congress Calls For Massive Reduction In Size Of Government

Submitted by People’s Democratic Congress   Many Barbadians have been for a long time asking us – the PDC – questions about what would replace TAXATION, once the PDC takes over the reins of  government in this country, and proceeds in a gradual way to abolish TAXATION – this most evil dehumanistic irrational  unproductive scourge. And time and time again

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Importance Of Mental Healthcare Underestimated

Submitted by the People’s Democratic Congress (PDC) Over the course of several years, and especially within very recent times, in Barbados, the PDC has been agonizing over the lack of a national role by mental health professionals, like psychiatrists, psychologists, psychiatric nurses, etc. in the educating and informing of the Barbadian public on many mental health psychological issues and problems

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50% Increase In Entrance Fee To Harrison’s Cave But No Re-opening Date Yet!

Submitted by Adrian Loveridge Sometimes, (make that frequently) I really question whether or not ‘we’ are serious about tourism, even though we are constantly reminded that it is our single largest generator of foreign currency! We recently received a letter from Caves of Barbados announcing that while they are not sure when the enhanced facility will re-open, when it does

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It’s The Hospitality Of The People That Makes Our Small Island So Special

Submitted by Minister of Tourism Richard Sealy to the British Telegraph – 29 Dec 2009 When someone says “Barbados”, people traditionally think of palm trees, white sand, turquoise water and perhaps someone relaxing in a deckchair wearing a straw hat. Yes, we do have the gift of some very beautiful beaches here but Barbados is so much more than just

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Operations Free Flow Should Be Stopped NOW Pending A Further Geo-technical Study

The events uncovered in the past week has raised more questions about the flyover project in Barbados. We are sorry to disappoint our readers but here we go into Week Two unabated with this story. Coming out of all the research to date about Operation Free Flow aka Flyovers, an interesting nugget of information has surfaced. One of our commenters

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The Chief Town Planner Of Barbados Comes Under The Microscope If We Are To Examine The Cause Of The Tragedy at Brittons Hill In Barbados

Town Planning Office-Garrison, St.Michael On Day 4 when recovery efforts stalled because of the need to stabilize the interior of the cave it provided cause for Barbadians to reflect on the tragedy which occurred at Britton’s Hill on the weekend. How could it have been avoided, or could it? We find it interesting that in the current BU Poll Barbadians

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