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Southampton star Charlie Austin and his wife Bianca Austin holiday in Barbados after the Premier League season … – The Sun

The SunSouthampton star Charlie Austin and his wife Bianca Austin holiday in Barbados after the Premier League season ...The SunCHARLIE AUSTIN and his wife Bianca Austin took to the beach in Barbados as they enjoy a getaway after the Premier League sea...

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Scholarship opportunities for three

The Barbados Soccer Academy (BSA) is looking to obtain ten more football scholarships by August 2018 following the positive results of its participation in a football talent exhibition. At the recent Coconut Court Beach Hotel Soccer Showcase at the Usain Bolt Sports Complex, BSA members Rashad Grant, Dario Greaves and Ocean Sobers Henry performed outstandingly and […]

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Weak trade

The Commonwealth’s Deputy Secretary General, Deodat Maharaj, has raised concern that the Caribbean has not yet established a solid presence on the global trade market. He addressed the issue at a joint trade initiative of the African, Caribbean and Pacific (ACP) group, the European Union (EU), the Commonwealth Secretariat and the International Francophone Organization, held […]

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Teen remanded pending sentencing

A teenager who was remanded to jail Thursday will know next month what punishment he will face for a theft he committed earlier this week. Kevon Odane Forde, 17, of Upper Collymore Rock, Brittons Hill, St Michael confessed to Magistrate Kristie Cuffy-Sargeant in the District ‘A’ Magistrates’ Court that he stole a haversack worth $300, a […]

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Kudos and criticism for Minister Lashley

The heads of the island’s public service transport associations have given Minister of Transport and Works Michael Lashley thumbs up for the new Road Safety Act which will address distracted driving, breathalyzer and drug testing. But Lashley has also been criticized for suggesting that public service vehicles (PSVs) are the road users engaged in reckless driving. In […]

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END THE PRACTICE! – Barbados Advocate

Barbados AdvocateEND THE PRACTICE!Barbados AdvocateSOCIAL activist George Griffith is appealing to authorities to put a stop to corporal punishment in schools. Furthermore, the former head of the Barbados Family Planning Association wants parents to qu...

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CDB: Fresh strategies needed for growth

If Barbados and other countries in the region want to enhance productivity and economic growth, new initiatives and strategies must be explored. Director of Economics at the Caribbean Development Bank (CDB) Dr Justin Ram highlighted this point as he presented the findings of a recent survey carried out in the Bank’s member states. He said […]

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Yarde changes pleas

Seven months after denying criminal damage, loitering and theft charges, 48-year-old Junior Anderson Grafton Yarde had a change of heart and confessed to his crimes Wednesday. Yarde, who is listed as having no fixed place of abode, has now admitted to damaging a motorcar belonging to Roxanne Foster, sometime between March 6 and 7, 2016 […]

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No bad blood between DeeVine and Nikita over same song saga – Barbados Today


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No bad blood between DeeVine and Nikita over same song saga
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However, in an interview today with Barbados TODAY, DeeVine said that while she was doing “fine now”, she felt hurt and disrespected after hearing Bishop's statement. She said she initially thought it was a joke when she found out about Nikita's ...
DeeVine: What about me?Nation News

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