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  1. Network Investments Drive CWC/Flow’s Broadband Subscribers up Eight Per Cent

    Cable & Wireless Communications (CWC) trading as Flow delivered a solid first quarter performance as the organic changes for all of their fixed and mobile product categories improved year-over-year. In Flow’s mobile business, which is approximately 40% of total revenue, the total base increased by 148,000 subscribers or 4% year-over-year to 3.7 million. This performance […]

    August 7, 2016Breaking News, Business, FeaturedNo comments
  2. Barbadian tourism claims expansion by 15.1 per cent during Q1 2015, if true – highest performance in 25 years

    Barbados’ tourism sector broke a 25-year record during the first quarter of 2015 to reach 171,471 long stay arrivals, according to BTMI claims… “This was a very strong winter season. The Caribbean Tourism Organization (CTO) has predicted a five per cent increase in long stay arrivals for the region for the entire year and we […]

    June 4, 2015TravelNo comments
  3. COURT CLERKS TO GET TRAINING AS MEDIATION COORDINATORS

    As the Supreme Court of Barbados moves to start a court-annexed mediation programme in 2015, the Improved Access to Justice in the Caribbean (IMPACT Justice) Project is providing training assistance to help make it a reality. The justice sector reform project is funding a two-day Mediation Coordinator training programme for 22 court clerks from the […]

    December 26, 2014EducationNo comments
  4. Why Barbados Government gets away every time: a Divided Media

    Why any Barbadian Government gets away doing idiocy every time: a Divided Media group, instead of ensuring each has support when one member is attacked – the reality is every newspaper/ tv/ radio/ online for itself; look at at one story and it\s ensuing coverage which demonstrates the schism, here’s the Nation Publishing version… HE […]

    August 10, 2014Olympics, PoliticalNo comments
  5. “Human trafficking: The US should help not hector” By Sir Ronald Sanders

    Human trafficking is a despicable, dehumanising and exploitative practice that is rightly described as ‘modern day slavery‘. That its principal victims are women and children, who are not only stripped of their rights but also of their humanity, is a stain of disgrace on governments that fail to act to stop the perpetrators. To be […]

    June 26, 2014PoliticalNo comments