Category: House of Assembly

Money in safe hands

Jones: No need for concern over govt’s use of NIS funding

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Falling short

Dr. Maria Agard questions minister about funds allocated to Ministry of Health

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Inniss wants Bajans more involved

The Government minister responsible for the business sector wants more Barbadian involvement in international business.

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Money not the only solution, says Inniss

Minister of Industry, International Business, Commerce and Small Business Development, Donville Inniss, believes it will take more than “the almighty dollar bill” to get Barbados on an economic growth path.

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Bajans told to tighten belts

Barbadians are reeling from tremendous challenges and the 2013-2014 Estimates have not addressed them.

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A big mistake

Arthur not sold on proposed $600 M stimulus programme

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Changes coming to NCF

The National Cultural Foundation is to be restructured as Government moves to get the best out of Barbados’ cultural sector.

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AG has full confidence in police

The Attorney General Adriel Brathwaite made clear yesterday in the Estimates Debates that he has full confidence in the police and the Defence Force in handling Barbados’ crime situation.

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$120 million guarantee

BLP spokesman wants Bajans informed on alleged hotel payout

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Time ripe for action

It will take more than sweet sounding proposals and policies to transform Barbados’ current economic woes into recovery and sustained growth.

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In denial

The Barbados filled with suffering people and on the brink of collapse is a figment of the Opposition Barbados Labour Party’s imagination.

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Selfish business people the problem, says Paul

One of the major problems Barbados faces is not an absence of government assistance to the business sector, but reciprocity that will benefit the whole country.

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Strong safety net

Blackett refutes claims that Welfare Department is being underfunded

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Hinkson: Estimates provide no hope

There is nothing in Government’s budget for its new financial year due to start on April 1 that will give anyone in or outside of Barbados hope.

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Not enough funding for transport and works

Government has failed to adequately fund the Ministry of Transport and Works and the whole country will be worse off in the coming months because of it.

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Capital works programme concerns

Parliamentary representative for St. Andrew, George Payne, has questioned the suggestion that a capital works programme can act as a stimulus to the economy

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Boyce: Better ambulance service soon

Within the next three months, Barbadians will be benefiting from an improved ambulance service.

Newly appointed Minister of Health, John Boyce, gave Barbadians this assurance today while speaking on the 2013-2014 Estimates in the House of Assembly.

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