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Mostly Private Sector Reports

The office of the Ombudsman says it is now bombarded with matters arising from the private sector, as opposed to the public. Established in 2009, the office primarily responds to claims of injustice, unfairness or unsatisfactory dealings with pub...

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It’s Official – Its Franka

The National Democratic Congress (NDC) has officially presented former minister for education, Senator Hon. Franka Alexis Bernardine as its caretaker in the constituency of St. George’s South East.

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Liat’s New Schedule

Minister for tourism & civil aviation, Dr. Clarice Modest-Curwen, has announced the restoration of the daily early-morning Liat service to Barbados. Liat withdrew this and another service in late 2016, prompting local officials to seek alternat...

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Returned Safe

Three families are breathing a sigh of relief, after a weekend hiking expedition left them panicking.

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More Outreach Needed

Despite Grenada having the lowest crime rate in the region, Superintendent Sylvan McIntyre believes more community outreach in needed, especially in the area of conflict resolution.

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