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Two charged with separate drug offences

Two men, including a teenager, were granted bail today when they appeared before Chief Magistrate Christopher Birch on separate drug charges. Seventeen-year-old Nazz Anthony Leon of Reed Street, St Michael is accused of possession, possession with intent to supply and trafficking of 12 grammes of cannabis. With no objections from Station Sergeant Peter Barrow, Leon was released on a $1,000 ...

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Black out

Barbados was thrown into the dark today by an island wide power outage which the Barbados Light & Power (BL&P) said was the result of the “storm conditions which the country was experiencing” with the passage of Hurricane Maria. BL&P crews were forced into action in an effort to restore electricity as soon as possibly after the black out. It ...

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Black out

Barbados was thrown into the dark today by an island wide power outage which the Barbados Light & Power (BL&P) said was the result of the “storm conditions which the country was experiencing” with the passage of Hurricane Maria. BL&P crews were forced into action in an effort to restore electricity as soon as possibly after the black out. It ...

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Belgrave sent up for “a little weed”

A 30-year-old unemployed man who was caught with $1,090 worth of cannabis in his possession has been remanded to prison until Friday. Tylon Kavid Weston Belgrave of Claybury, St John was sitting in the Nursery Drive Terminal with a haversack on his back on Saturday when members of the Tactical Response Unit of the Royal Barbados Police Force, who were ...

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Belgrave sent up for “a little weed”

A 30-year-old unemployed man who was caught with $1,090 worth of cannabis in his possession has been remanded to prison until Friday. Tylon Kavid Weston Belgrave of Claybury, St John was sitting in the Nursery Drive Terminal with a haversack on his back on Saturday when members of the Tactical Response Unit of the Royal Barbados Police Force, who were ...

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Prisoner caught hiding cannabis in two salt breads

A 28-year-old prisoner, who was caught hiding a quantity of cannabis in two salt breads, will spend an additional 90 days at HMP Dodds. Chief Magistrate Christopher Birch imposed the sentence on Kerry Omar Gibbons today in the District ‘C’ Magistrates’ Court. The inmate, who is currently serving nine years for criminal deception, reportedly put 8.65 grammes of cannabis, valued ...

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Serial burglar

A 36-year-old man, who confessed to going on a burglary spree over the past five months, has been remanded to prison until September 26. Glenn Jamel Lewis of no fixed place of abode, admitted before Chief Magistrate Christopher Birch today to stealing two sash windows belonging to Alvin Blackman, sometime between March 14 and 20. He also admitted to entering ...

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Kiwi fintech DataTorque scores a win in Barbados – Reseller News

Kiwi fintech DataTorque scores a win in BarbadosReseller NewsFresh off the back of the go-live of its Haiti contract, Wellington fintech developer DataTorque has sealed a deal to help the Government of Barbados improve its tax efficiency. The three-yea...

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Suspected lightning strike causes blackout – Nation News

Nation NewsSuspected lightning strike causes blackoutNation NewsSuspected lightning strike causes blackout. BARBADOS NATION,. Added 18 September 2017. Google +; Instagram. Print. barbados-light-power-bl-p. Barbados Light & Power Co. Ltd (FILE). MOR...

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Marilyn Manson praises ‘dangerous’ Rihanna and calls her videos ‘badass’ – NME.com


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Marilyn Manson praises 'dangerous' Rihanna and calls her videos 'badass'
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Marilyn Manson has praised Rihanna in a new interview, describing her as one of the most “dangerous” artists at the moment. Manson was speaking on Zane Lowe's Beats 1 radio show when he said: “Rihanna [is] dangerous. I had this conversation with ...

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