Moody’s, the international credit rating agency predicts the Barbados economy will contract by one percent this year and says Barbados may have to increase the scale of its fiscal consolidation measures over the next eight months due to insufficient progress in reducing the fiscal deficit so far…in an opinion that echoes the view of at least one leading local economist.
Chairman of the National Assistance Board, Cephus Sealey is concerned about risky sexual practices of elderly Barbadians, disclosing that more of them are becoming infected with HIV and other sexually transmitted diseases
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Mac Fingall and Edward Forde of the Scrawl Up Crew July 16th 2014 - Adonijah July 3rd 2014
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6:30 with David Ellis
The second part of the Cahill-Energy Open House session on the proposed Waste to Energy plant for Barbados. International Business and Commerce Minister, Donville Inniss, gives a greater insight into why he believes the controversial Municipal Solid Waste Tax needs to be "revisited", while professional Valuations Surveyor, Alkins Kirton, believes the tax could be more fairly distributed.
July 23rd - Part two of the Canadian company Cahill-Energy on the waste to energy project for Barbados.
July 16th - International Business Minister Mr. Donville Inniss and Mr. Alkin Kirton on the Municipal Solid Waste Tax.
July 16th - Part one of the Canadian company Cahill-Energy on the waste to energy project for Barbados.
This Week with Carol Roberts
This Week looks at the issues surrounding the biggest news stories of the week.
Sunday July 20th -Ms Alison Saunders sharing her part on the Barbados, Panama Connection......more
Sunday July 13th - Retiring Principal of the Graydon Sealy Seconday School Mr. Matthew Farley on the transition from primary to secondary school.......more
Sunday June 06th - Opposition Leader Ms. Mia Mottley on twenty five years of public service......more