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Pay the Ransom

I visited the Bahamas to examine the damage from Hurricane Dorian. When I returned, I received a message from Flow to pay my phone bill. They said that I owed $383. Using Internet Banking, I paid $400 – then Flow blocked me from making calls from my cell phone. After three days of inconvenience, I called Flow. They said that

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Adrian Loveridge Column – Tourism Wish-list

What would the first column of a new year be without including a tourism wish list? And not necessarily in any order of priority or potential realization! As Air Canada prepares to roll-out publicly, its first new re-branded Airbus A220-300 airplane, number one of 45 on order, exciting opportunities present themselves, especially within the Caribbean. This ‘incredibly fuel efficient’ aircraft

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Monday Sermon – Forgive Entirely

When Jesus taught His disciples to pray, He stressed one point – we are forgiven in a similar way that we forgive others.  Hear Jesus. “And forgive us our debts, as we forgive our debtors.” (Matthew 6:12) Jesus immediately clarified this issue. “For if you forgive men their trespasses, your heavenly Father will also forgive you. But if you do

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Is Russian Roulette Being Played with Public Safety?

Submitted by Bajan Savage The following email was circulated to some very important people in the region regarding the declining state of airline management in the region. Minister Kerri Symmonds with responsibility for aviation matters in  Barbados was not omitted from the circulation. In the interest of public safety for crissakes let us get our act together. David, blogmaster  

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If Not Mia Mottley, Who?

It is approaching two years since Mia  Mottley and the Barbados Labour Party were swept into government in unprecedented manner 30-0  – the question forming on the lips of some – do we have political leaders/parties in waiting to rival Mia Mottley and the Barbados Labour party? A strong democratic systems demands a robust dissenting view. The Mottley government has

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THE CTO SAGA

Submitted by Stanton Carter  – he is a former Director of Tourism for Dominica, Nature Island of the Caribbean and a former Manager, Canada, Barbados Board of Tourism. CTO’s October 15, 2019 press release announcing the closure of its New York and London offices plus an assessment of its Barbados operation maybe of minor interest to most people but for

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