Statement By PM Mottley On The Ross University School Of Medicine Relocating To Barbados

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I am a bit disappointed that some Barbadians and others across the region appear duped by the attempt by a few who have sought to create discord and confusion over the decision of Adtalem Global Education to locate one of its institutions, Ross University School of Medicine School to Barbados. I am not qualified to speak for or on behalf …

Statement By The Hon. Mia Amor Mottley, QC, MP On The Ross University School Of Medicine Relocating To Barbados

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Mail Delivery To Dominica Resumes

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Members of the public are advised that all mail operations to Dominica have resumed. This information has come from Barbados’ Postmaster General, Margaret Ashby, acting on the advice of the Postmaster General of the Designated Operator, the Dominica Postal Service. She has also advised that mail is being forwarded to Anguilla, the British Virgin Islands and St. Maarten. julia.rawlins-bentham@barbados.gov.bb See …

Portsmouth Community Starts Rebuilding

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Damaged homes, businesses and offices are no match for the resilience and determination of residents living in Portsmouth, a town on the northwest coast of Dominica. They have already begun to pick up the pieces after the category five-Hurricane Maria slammed into the island on September 18. The residents have been using their personal vehicles to free the roadways, clogged …

Over 100 Evacuated From Dominica

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The Barbados Coast Guard has evacuated over 100 persons from Dominica to date, and it is anticipated that its disaster relief operations would continue into November 2017. This disclosure has come from the Barbados Defence Force’s (BDF) Public Relations Officer, Captain Maria Moore, who said the Barbados Coast Guard vessels were continuing to transport disaster response personnel and relief supplies …

A Long Road To Recovery For Dominica

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Residents walking through the streets of debris in Roseau, Dominica following the passage of Hurricane Maria on September 18. (M. Elcock/BGIS) Dominica, the Caribbean’s Nature Isle, was stripped of its natural beautiful green trees and shrubs gracing the mountain side when Hurricane Maria slammed into it on September 18. The powerful Category Five hurricane stripped trees, downed poles, destroyed homes …

Evacuees Urged To Call Foreign Ministry

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The Minister of Foreign Affairs and Foreign Trade, Senator Maxine McClean, is asking Barbadians evacuated from countries affected by Hurricanes Irma and Maria to contact the Ministry, urgently. The Ministry is seeking to gather information to further facilitate the evacuation of Barbadians who are still stranded in the following hurricane affected areas – Anguilla, Tortola, British Virgin Islands, Turks and Caicos, …

Public Appeal For Dominica Relief Fund

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The Maurice Byer Polyclinic’s Men’s Health and Educational Group is appealing to its members and the wider public to contribute to the Dominica Relief Fund. The group has placed a barrel at the polyclinic, Station Hill, St. Peter, to collect non-perishable food items, toiletries, diapers, can openers, bottled water and related items.  No clothing will be accepted at this time. …