A Reader Asks “Is It Possible To Subscribe To Your Newspaper From France?”

Dear Barbados Free Press, Is it possible to subscribe to your newspaper from France? What would be the most convenient way?

Thank you in advance.

Yours sincerely

Hey… thanks for the compliment, friend – but Barbados Free Press is not a “real” newspaper with a dead-tree edition. You can, however, subscribe to our RSS feed and be alerted every time we post a new article. Look on our sidebar near the bottom under “Meta”.

Once again, thanks for your support!



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6 responses to “A Reader Asks “Is It Possible To Subscribe To Your Newspaper From France?”

  1. Jerome Hinds


    Hi Cliverton, did you do a proper check of the origins and sentence structure of this e – mail ?

    Are you absolutely sure the sender was not…. Owen Arthur ?

    He has been missing lately…..!

    Just wondering if he was preparing himself for exile in France…!

    Newspapers are a good way of staying in contact with ” home “….!

  2. reality check

    France would be perfect for Owen—there are two political parties for each
    french person and the French are not shy when it comes to dealing with corrupt regimes as long as they can make a buck.

    Anything for a french franc or rather a Euro. Long live the Republic!

  3. J. Payne

    If your mobile phone supports RSS. (and if you have a data package with your mobile provider) It can also work to subscribe to the RSS feed over your mobile. That way you can read the news on your mobile while you commute (If you’re not driving ofcourse.) or even for when you have some free time to youself.

    I get the CBC (in Canada), CCTV (from China), CANANews (from Barbados) etc. all over RSS on my mobile phone each morning. If you don’t have a data package though it will get expensive.

  4. John

    reality check
    April 21st, 2007 at 1:13 am
    France would be perfect for Owen—

    reality check, I agree, I wish Owen and the rest would go to France!!

  5. John

    Did anyone see the piece in the Nation where the flyovers are awaiting TCPO permissions?!!

    I can’t find it on line but it appears as though the flyovers have not as yet received planning permissions!!

  6. J. Payne

    Flyovers….. lol another unneeded idea…. They’d be better off staggering school hours across the island to cut down on traffic for free. I’d be interested in looking at a better image of the design… Wont the flyovers also obstruct vision at the roundabouts?