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Son reaches out to ‘victim’ for help

After spending the night in Dodds prison on a charge of assaulting his mother, 26-year-old Rico Kevin Prescod of 1st Avenue, Spring Garden, Black Rock was back in court this afternoon. However, Prescod was reduced to tears when for the second time in as many days he found himself in the docks with no one to stand as a surety ...

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Son reaches out to ‘victim’ for help

After spending the night in Dodds prison on a charge of assaulting his mother, 26-year-old Rico Kevin Prescod of 1st Avenue, Spring Garden, Black Rock was back in court this afternoon. However, Prescod was reduced to tears when for the second time in as many days he found himself in the docks with no one to stand as a surety ...

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Mullins admits to stealing cell and speaker

A 30-year-old man, of no fixed place of abode, will be able to call Dodds prison his home for the next nine months after owning up to theft. Today, Andre Omar Mullins pleaded guilty before Magistrate Douglas Frederick to stealing a $325 cellular phone and a $30 speaker belonging to Thrishan Barrow. The offence occurred on September 18 while Barrow ...

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Mullins admits to stealing cell and speaker

A 30-year-old man, of no fixed place of abode, will be able to call Dodds prison his home for the next nine months after owning up to theft. Today, Andre Omar Mullins pleaded guilty before Magistrate Douglas Frederick to stealing a $325 cellular phone and a $30 speaker belonging to Thrishan Barrow. The offence occurred on September 18 while Barrow ...

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Pay your taxes, Sinckler says

Barbadians are being warned that should the country fall victim to a major natural disaster such as the hurricanes that have devastated some Caribbean neighbours over the past two weeks, few international agencies would come to the island’s aid. Minister of Finance Chris Sinckler this morning said Barbados was being “punished” for being successful, as it no longer qualified for ...

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Pay your taxes, Sinckler says

Barbadians are being warned that should the country fall victim to a major natural disaster such as the hurricanes that have devastated some Caribbean neighbours over the past two weeks, few international agencies would come to the island’s aid. Minister of Finance Chris Sinckler this morning said Barbados was being “punished” for being successful, as it no longer qualified for ...

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Moore desperate to hear from friends

With the fate of three Barbadians studying in Dominica yet unknown, a former college mate is fearing the worst. Alobinto Moore, 57, said his friends, whom he referred to simply as Ianthe, David and Troy, were pursuing a three-year course of study in the fine art of batique, when the category five Hurricne Maria slammed into Dominica with deadly 160 ...

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Moore desperate to hear from friends

With the fate of three Barbadians studying in Dominica yet unknown, a former college mate is fearing the worst. Alobinto Moore, 57, said his friends, whom he referred to simply as Ianthe, David and Troy, were pursuing a three-year course of study in the fine art of batique, when the category five Hurricne Maria slammed into Dominica with deadly 160 ...

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Dominica students here worried about relatives back home

Dominican student Kishelle Codrington is having a hard time concentrating on schoolwork at present. Since Hurricane Maria slammed into her homeland on Monday night leaving behind at least seven deaths and utter devastation, the second-year meteorology student at the University of the West Indies said her mind has not been at rest. President of the Dominican student association at the ...

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Dominica students here worried about relatives back home

Dominican student Kishelle Codrington is having a hard time concentrating on schoolwork at present. Since Hurricane Maria slammed into her homeland on Monday night leaving behind at least seven deaths and utter devastation, the second-year meteorology student at the University of the West Indies said her mind has not been at rest. President of the Dominican student association at the ...

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