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THE story of the leaked e-mail from the Caricom Private Sector Organisation which found itself in the muddied waters involving public and private business between Guy…

In the third week of October 2021, I received a request from an interested party in Trinidad and Tobago for my expert opinion (in my private capacity) on the risks po…

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Deon Lendore died tragically, short weeks after he had represented our country in the quarter at the Olympics in Tokyo. This is not a eulogy. There are others who knew him well, in this country and in the United States, who would have reflected publicly on his life and contribution. This is more an attempt to try to situate him in a tradition, one committed to the pursuit of excellence.

Rejecting the accusations of bullying and despotism levelled at Mia Mottley, the overwhelming majority of the electorate of Barbados returned her and her Barbados Labour Party (BLP) to government for a second consecutive term at a general election held on January 19.

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One of my compères, who hails from the south-west peninsula and who has retained the good sense rooted in many areas of our country, was dismayed at the outset by the approach of the Government when the Prime Minister declared the intention of the Government to make vaccination a requirement for persons employed in the public service and State sector by mid-January.

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We should really be ashamed of the elementariness of our economy after 60 years of Independence. Once again, you sense salivation in the administration for the higher revenue from the high oil and gas prices.



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