Tag Archives: roads

  1. Letter for Editor: (Open Letter to Transport Min.) by Dr Victor Eastmond

    In the words of Barrack Obama “There’s no set of issues we can’t solve if we are working together and we are true to our traditions.” These words also refer to Barbados, but I would like to add the words “and disciplines” to finish that sentence. If we all put our hands to the plough, […]

    September 9, 2018Events, FeaturedNo comments

    The Ministry of Transport, Works and Maintenance (MTWM) has conducted an investigation into a claim made by a driver, which was published in a Nation newspaper story on Jul 31, and it says they deem it as false. The driver, who ran into a Tichbourne, St. Michael house and overturned, is reported as having┬ásaid he […]

    September 9, 2018Breaking News, Controversy, FeaturedNo comments
  3. Nevis economy shows signs of recovery; Tourism Industry helping

    The economy of Nevis has been showing signs of recovery and Premier of Nevis Vance Amory believes that the Tourism Industry has been playing a major part of the turnaround. Mr. Amory, who is also the Minister of Finance, made the announcement while he was a guest on Inside Government, a programme aired on Nevis […]

    February 12, 2014Political, TravelNo comments
  4. Financial Insanity? Barbados gets loan from CDB to conduct road studies, why not Reconstruction?

    {EDITOR’s NOTE: Didn’t David Thompson in his first Budget in 2008 change Road Tax from $266 to $400 per person? Why are we borrowing money to do what the revised levy was to provide?} The Freundel Stuart regime will undertake a series of road improvement studies which will be financed with a loan of just […]

    November 1, 2013Business, PoliticalNo comments
  5. Sand mining on Nevis declines – Aggressive crackdown responsible, Minister says

    The Public Works Department in the Ministry of Communication and Works on Nevis embarked on a number of projects with satisfactory results since Junior Minister responsible for the Ministry Troy Liburd took office in late January 2013. Mr. Liburd was at the time delivering a report on the status of ongoing works in various areas […]

    September 14, 2013Nature, PoliticalNo comments