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Women must dismantle ‘old boys’ club’

Women still have more rights on paper than in practice, Organization of American States representative to Barbados Francis McBarnette has suggested. And he today urged women to challenge male privilege and the ‘old boys’ club’ while  addressing the opening of an advocacy seminar hosted by the Bureau of Gender Affairs, the National Advisory Council of […]

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Women must dismantle ‘old boys’ club’

Women still have more rights on paper than in practice, Organization of American States representative to Barbados Francis McBarnette has suggested. And he today urged women to challenge male privilege and the ‘old boys’ club’ while  addressing the opening of an advocacy seminar hosted by the Bureau of Gender Affairs, the National Advisory Council of […]

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Police in search of car owner

  Police are seeking the public’s assistance in locating the owner of one blue Suzuki Ignis car with the registration number X5327. The owner, or anyone who may know the owner should contact the District ‘D’ Police Station at telephone 419-1726, the Police PBX at 430-7100, or the Emergency hotline at 211.  

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Police in search of car owner

  Police are seeking the public’s assistance in locating the owner of one blue Suzuki Ignis car with the registration number X5327. The owner, or anyone who may know the owner should contact the District ‘D’ Police Station at telephone 419-1726, the Police PBX at 430-7100, or the Emergency hotline at 211.  

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Florida students to march on Washington in call for gun reform

  SOURCE: AFP Students who survived a mass shooting at their Florida school announced plans today to march on Washington in a bid to “shame” lawmakers into reforming laws that make powerful firearms readily available. The “March for our Lives” will take place on March 24, with sister marches planned across the country, a group […]

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Florida students to march on Washington in call for gun reform

  SOURCE: AFP Students who survived a mass shooting at their Florida school announced plans today to march on Washington in a bid to “shame” lawmakers into reforming laws that make powerful firearms readily available. The “March for our Lives” will take place on March 24, with sister marches planned across the country, a group […]

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Trinidad and Tobago: Hunt for ISIS network head

SOURCE:Trinidad Guardian Networks of the ISIS cell in T&T which Prime Minister Dr Keith Rowley referred to in Parliament are spread from Aranjuez, Charlieville and Enterprise to Rio Claro among other locations, a national security official has said. The official spoke on Friday night when asked by T&T Guardian to elaborate on Rowley’s earlier confirmation […]

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Trinidad and Tobago: Hunt for ISIS network head

SOURCE:Trinidad Guardian Networks of the ISIS cell in T&T which Prime Minister Dr Keith Rowley referred to in Parliament are spread from Aranjuez, Charlieville and Enterprise to Rio Claro among other locations, a national security official has said. The official spoke on Friday night when asked by T&T Guardian to elaborate on Rowley’s earlier confirmation […]

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Gov’t explores new system to track and boost tourist spend

Minister of Tourism Richard Sealy has disclosed that a new system was being developed to better capture and monitor tourist spend in Barbados as Government continued to seek ways to grow the sector. Speaking in Parliament on Friday, Sealy said while the Barbados Tourism Product Authority (BTPA) was constantly developing new and exciting areas in […]

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Gov’t explores new system to track and boost tourist spend

Minister of Tourism Richard Sealy has disclosed that a new system was being developed to better capture and monitor tourist spend in Barbados as Government continued to seek ways to grow the sector. Speaking in Parliament on Friday, Sealy said while the Barbados Tourism Product Authority (BTPA) was constantly developing new and exciting areas in […]

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