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Barbados lose to Malawi

After both suffering losses to New Zealand, the Barbados Gems and Malawi locked horns today and it was the southeastern African nation that emerged 65-41 winners in the 2019 Vitality Netball World Cup in Liverpool, England. Both teams had previously beaten Singapore so today’s match-up gave them the chance to rebound from their Kiwi thrashing and register a second win ...

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Barbados lose to Malawi

After both suffering losses to New Zealand, the Barbados Gems and Malawi locked horns today and it was the southeastern African nation that emerged 65-41 winners in the 2019 Vitality Netball World Cup in Liverpool, England. Both teams had previously beaten Singapore so today’s match-up gave them the chance to rebound from their Kiwi thrashing and register a second win ...

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Police Notice: Technical issues with telephone lines

The Operations Control Room of the Royal Barbados Police Force is currently experiencing some technical issues with the Police Emergency telephone number 211 and the main PBX Line 430 7100. The public is asked to dial the following numbers should you require Police service: 430 7240 430 7254 430 7255 430 7264 Please be assured that we have contacted the relevant ...

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Police Notice: Technical issues with telephone lines

The Operations Control Room of the Royal Barbados Police Force is currently experiencing some technical issues with the Police Emergency telephone number 211 and the main PBX Line 430 7100. The public is asked to dial the following numbers should you require Police service: 430 7240 430 7254 430 7255 430 7264 Please be assured that we have contacted the relevant ...

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 Pan Yard Lime returns

The ‘pan-tastic’ weekend kicked on Friday night at Pelican Village with the return of Pan Yard Lime in association with Signia Globe. Hundreds of locals and tourist dined and unwind with Barbadian delicacies and partied for more than five hours to the sweet melodies of the steel drums. The spectacle featured a parade and street party along the Princess Alice Highway. The crowd immersed ...

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 Pan Yard Lime returns

The ‘pan-tastic’ weekend kicked on Friday night at Pelican Village with the return of Pan Yard Lime in association with Signia Globe. Hundreds of locals and tourist dined and unwind with Barbadian delicacies and partied for more than five hours to the sweet melodies of the steel drums. The spectacle featured a parade and street party along the Princess Alice Highway. The crowd immersed ...

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Rain hands Barbados U-17 title – Trinidad & Tobago Express

Rain hands Barbados U-17 title  Trinidad & Tobago ExpressBarbados were crowned the Cricket West Indies Rising Stars Under-17 champions after rain washed out their title-deciding encounter in the final round of the ...

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Archer’s date with destiny – Barbados Today

Archer’s date with destiny  Barbados TodayAt the start of the fabled 2005 Ashes, England had to choose between one of their best batsmen of the modern era, Graham Thorpe, and a newcomer with an ...

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Archer’s date with destiny

At the start of the fabled 2005 Ashes, England had to choose between one of their best batsmen of the modern era, Graham Thorpe, and a newcomer with an overseas background who had taken one-day cricket by storm, Kevin Pietersen. Any doubts Duncan Fletcher and Michael Vaughan had made the right call in going for the outrageously talented but raw ...

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Archer’s date with destiny

At the start of the fabled 2005 Ashes, England had to choose between one of their best batsmen of the modern era, Graham Thorpe, and a newcomer with an overseas background who had taken one-day cricket by storm, Kevin Pietersen. Any doubts Duncan Fletcher and Michael Vaughan had made the right call in going for the outrageously talented but raw ...

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