Category: House of Assembly

YWCA calls for apology

    Apologize! That is the call also of the Young Women’s Christian Association today to the statements of Minister of Finance Chris Sinckler, in relation to the Opposition Leader Mia Mottley. Calling Sinckler’s statement “unacceptable”, the association further charged: “To suggest that Miss Mottley may soon ‘strip naked . . .’ etc., is not […]

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House pays tribute to Symmonds’ mother

A strong resolute woman, an outstanding citizen, a great dignified lady.

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Better coming

Boyce: Improved regulation for future recycling projects

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‘B’ gone

Minster says steps already started to shift recycling operation to vaucluse

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Marshall: International business exodus

St. Joseph MP, Dale Marshall, has charged that there has been a mass exodus of international businesses from Barbados.

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Expanding agriculture

Forde calls for more land for the landless

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Minister Sinckler questions closure of Molyneaux well

With Hansard records in hand, Minister of Finance Chris Sinckler caused a stir in the House of Assembly this afternoon.

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Tell us more, Sinckler

Mottley wants to hear government’s rescue plan for enterprises in private sector

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Clash over sugar industry

BLP and DLP engage in heated exchange over depressing state of sugar industry

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Fix funding

Bradshaw says small businesses at risk from dwindling resources

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Yes to joint commitee

Sealy answers opposition’s call for bi-partisan approach to business sector

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Gov’t to start clearing UWI debt early April

Government will start to clear the millions of dollars its owes the University of West Indies once its new financial year starts next month.

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International business sector’s challenges homegrown

Instead of blaming global problems for the below par performance of international business, Government needs to deal with the fact that major problems facing that sector are located on shore in Barbados.

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No bright future with DLP

Barbados’ still election-minded Democratic Labour Party Government is offering the country a dim future

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Expanding sector

Government seeking to develop international business sector

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Natural gas pipeline a big possibility

The likelihood of Barbados benefitting from a multi-million dollar natural gas pipeline from Trinidad and Tobago has increased

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$80m. road stimulus starting soon

Government’s $80 million road and infrastructure stimulus package should “get going very shortly”.

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