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Cry for help – Barbados Today

Barbados TodayCry for helpBarbados TodayNational Union of Public Workers Gender Affairs Chairman, Makala Beckles-Jordan, told Barbados TODAY that implementing a policy for domestic violence was not the only solution needed in Barbados. She stressed tha...

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St Lucy man caught with weed

Fifteen dollars worth of marijuana hidden in his shoe prevented a 22-year-old man from sailing the high seas on his first pleasure cruise over the weekend. Instead Akeem McNeal Justin Cumberbatch of Rock Hall, St Lucy landed himself in police custody on Sunday night and before Magistrate Douglas Frederick on Monday charged with possession of the illicit drug. The prosecutor ...

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#BTEditorial – Many hands make light work of cleaning up Bim

A drive or a walk through Brittons Hill, St Michael and surrounding communities since last weekend has yielded a sight for sore eyes. No more derelict vehicles, strewn garbage bags, styrofoam containers, plastic bottles, discarded wood or galvanize, rotten beds, broken televisions, fridges and overgrown bush. For now, Brittons Hill fairly sparkles with cleanliness. Saturday’s National Clean-Up and Beautification Campaign ...

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Biometric verification coming for ports – Barbados Today

Barbados TodayBiometric verification coming for portsBarbados TodayThe Cabinet of Barbados agreed in principle to pilot project, there is a model CARICOM legislation, which includes kiosk and advance passenger information, which we in Barbados are behi...

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Funds slashed – Barbados Today

Barbados TodayFunds slashedBarbados TodayMottley did not make mention of the $10 million Unemployment Training Fund that was set up under the former Democratic Labour Party (DLP) administration for unemployed individuals to use for training opportuniti...

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Police probe unnatural death in St George

Police are currently on the scene of an unnatural death at 5th Avenue, Rowans Park North, St George. The deceased is a male, while a female from the scene was taken to the Queen Elizabeth Hospital. (more details as they come to hand.) The post Police probe unnatural death in St George appeared first on Barbados Today.

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Police probe unnatural death in St George

Police are currently on the scene of an unnatural death at 5th Avenue, Rowans Park North, St George. The deceased is a male, while a female from the scene was taken to the Queen Elizabeth Hospital. (more details as they come to hand.) The post Police probe unnatural death in St George appeared first on Barbados Today.

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Poor mindset

For too long in Davis Cup tennis, Barbados has remained a group two-minded nation, and senior national player Haydn Lewis says this needs to change as a matter of urgency. Barbados was promoted to the Americas Zone Group l three times in Davis Cup history only to be relegated once more having lost 0-4 on home soil last weekend to ...

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Poor mindset – Barbados Today

Barbados TodayPoor mindsetBarbados TodayFor too long in Davis Cup tennis, Barbados has remained a group two-minded nation, and senior national player Haydn Lewis says this needs to change as a matter of urgency. Barbados was promoted to the Americas Zo...

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Poor mindset

For too long in Davis Cup tennis, Barbados has remained a group two-minded nation, and senior national player Haydn Lewis says this needs to change as a matter of urgency. Barbados was promoted to the Americas Zone Group l three times in Davis Cup history only to be relegated once more having lost 0-4 on home soil last weekend to ...

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