Let’s be frank

With the Freundel Stuart administration struggling to regain economic stability and come up with a solid growth strategy, one of its own is calling for a “dose of frankness” in the analysis of the Barbados economy and about the path being charted for economic success. Minister of Sport, Youth and Culture Stephen Lashley issued the […]
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Address our issues, BARP tells political parties

The organization that advocates on behalf of the island’s retirees is demanding that parties contesting the next general election include issues of concern to people over the age of 50 in their manifestos.    The approximately 40,000-strong Barbados Association of Retired Persons (BARP) this evening agreed to submit their proposals […]