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Press Release:– DASH, the Independence Charity Colour Run, has officially wrapped up yet another year of seamless marriage between family, independence, fun and – in the end – love and charity. The group made its official charity donation to the Child Development and Guidance Center – the charity of choice for the past five years – […]

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By Adrian Loveridge Returning on a full British Airways flight from Gatwick Monday it was a joy to find the automated passport kiosks finally fully functional, and I was able to clear Immigration within a couple of minutes. Several staff members, which we are left to assume, are placed there by one of the Barbados […]

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Press Release:– In seeking to guarantee the rights of present and future generations to healthy environments and to sustainable development, the Escazú Agreement—the Regional Agreement on Access to Information, Public Participation and Justice in Environmental Matters—was developed. It aims to strengthen capacities and bolster cooperation among countries in Latin America and the Caribbean. The first regional […]

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By Jean H Charles I am fortunate to be in New York usually at the beginning of April, and I take steps not to miss the NAN Convention that takes place at the Sheraton New York Times Square Hotel every year at that time. It happens this year from April 3 to April 6 Two […]

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By Melanius Alphonse It is not unusual for me to be out of step with many purveyors of institutional corruption and to evaluate government policy correctly, as well as national security threats and matters of national interest that rob the future of the next generation. In my article, “Saint Lucia government to create municipality and […]

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By John Skippings One definition of “socialism,” is “a political and economic theory of social organisation which advocates that the means of production, distribution, and exchange should be owned or regulated by the community as a whole.” Which on the face of it isn’t very bad; especially if it is seen as widespread participation in, […]

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Dear Sir: The conservatives and farmers can say what they want about the oppression of ‘government regulations’ and their enforcement being a hindrance to ‘free enterprise,’ ‘business growth’ and ‘progress.’ Government regulations are always needed to protect the vulnerable from the greedy. Those who are pumping their livestock with concoctions of antibiotics to make countless […]

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Dear Sir: While no rational person wants murderers or gun-toting criminals walking the streets of Barbados, we as a society must be exceedingly wary of the recently passed Bail (Amendment) bill which restricts persons charged with murder and serious gun crimes from accessing bail before 24 months have elapsed. Though this legislation may well appeal […]

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Dear Sir: The Belize PEACE Movement recognises the chief justice’s decision concerning the injunction of the referendum that was scheduled for April 10, as an affirmation of the autonomy and jurisdiction of the judiciary. This ruling proves that when our governance systems are respected and allowed to function that our leaders are held to the […]

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