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GOLDEN ANCHORAGE LTD/SUNSET CREST AND BWA Matter

The following communication was widely distributed to BWA, Members of Parliament, Bankers, Law Firms and others – Blogmaster Dear General Manager Keithroy Halliday, Today Thursday July 8, 2021 a group (around 4 persons) of BWA staff led by supervisor Rueben Sealy came to my office at Lot 243, Flamboyant avenue, Sunset Crest  around 1.15pm with the intention of disconnecting my

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A Request to Attorney at Law Joseph Serrant of BlackStone Law Firm

According to its website the BLACKSTONE Law Firm was established in 2011 and is headed by Joseph Serrant located at Strathclyde Drive, Bridgetown, Barbados. Further, the law firm advertises the expertise to represent in areas of: Property Law (conveyancing & mortgages) Law of Succession Debt Recovery Incorporation of Businesses The blogmaster writes on behalf of a concerned citizen who continues

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Our Economy Should be Designed to Thrive NOT Grow

We have discussed the conspicuous consumption model which people everywhere have become addicted at every level of society. The individual aspires to buy a house, car, travel and in large part sees the acquisition of material things as a badge of success. The government (reflecting the sovereignty from the people) works hard to maintain popularity with the people and therefore

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How it Happened

Submitted by Nathan J Green An Answer to “How did we get here?” by Heide Badenock Posted in annsvg.com 30/06/21 You can put the fall of overall standards in Saint Vincent of every kind down to one person; the decline has taken overall about twenty years. The problem is it continues to decline with a massively flawed education system producing

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Minister Adrian Forde MIA

Submitted by Kammie Holder We thought it could not get any worse under Dr Denis Lowe as Minister Of Environment who I must confess represented Barbados well on environmental issues internationally. Perhaps, the fact I seldom remember the name of the current Minister of Environment is indicative of his lack of visibility other than the local Clean & Green initiative.

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Open to Tourists – UK Green List, DELTA Variant …

The following was submitted by Joe Norton PR Executive of Impressions, a UK Digital company based in the UK with an objective of directing clicks/impressions to various websites. The blogmaster is reluctant to post submissions which have a commercial objective. In this case the opening up of the country with an improved quarantine requirement although still aggressive makes this a

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Respect Due to Teachers!

Submitted by Paula Sealy While work is being done to beautify the Constitution River, there is an urgent need for work to be done in the nearby Elsie Payne complex to repair the wreckage and destruction. Minister Jones and Par. Sec. Harry were gone with the elections on 24 May 2018. Less than two weeks later, PS June Chandler was

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CARMAX: ANSA MOTORS (Barbados) RESPOND to ACCUSATION of FRAUD

Barbados Underground posted two blogs highlighting a concern of a CarMax customer the gist of which: In 2014 the Barbadian purchased a pre owned Kia Sportage 2000 cc diesel 4WD Engine# D4EA5H112253. Within the first year of purchase the vehicle had begun to ‘hard start’ and overheat. Despite changing air, oil, diesel filters, radiator, thermostat and hose, as well as

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Difficult Conversations – Ceremonial Governor General?

We are approximately five months away from when Barbados is scheduled to become a Republic.  The news media are doing Barbados a grave disservice by not allowing fair discussion of this now critical issue.  They are also misleading the public by claiming that the Governor General’s role is only ceremonial. Barbados cannot afford the luxury of maintaining expensive ceremonial posts,

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The Great Hornswoggle

Recently the blogmaster observed a sign that announced the takeover of Montrose supermarket by behemoth Massy. A caller to a talk show asked what does it mean if all of our successful businesses are being ‘huffed’ by ‘outside’ interest? Education and health are the top two allocations in the national budget. Minister of Youth Dwight Sutherland recently announced a $100,000

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