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The island’s private sector is warning that demands for wage increases for public servants are coming at a bad time, when Government is struggling to correct the economy. A cautious President of the Barbados Private Sector Association (BPSA) Charles Herbert said while state workers might need a pay rise, a hike would only add to […]

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EDITORIAL: Barbados' lesson for New York
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Sadly, free university education ended recently in Barbados for a simple reason: we can no longer afford it. Today, Barbadian students must pay a mere 20 per cent of the tuition at the University of the West Indies (UWI). That's not too much to ask of ...