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More economic questions than answers

The dramatic events of the past fortnight that culminated with the firing of Central Bank Governor Dr DeLisle Worrell last Friday, would have served as a temporary distraction from what undoubtedly is the most critical issue facing Barbados at this time. We refer to the urgent need for an intensified effort to contain Government spending […]

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Two men charged with murder

The Royal Barbados Police Force has made a major breakthrough with investigations into the murder of 18-year-old Michael Omar Edwards. Lawmen have charged 28-year-old Kamar Glenville Stoute, of Block 3E Bottom Close, Wildey, St Michael and 26-year-old Livardo Rogelio Hinds, of Durants Lodge Road, Christ Church with the teenager’s death. Edwards was shot multiple times […]

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Woman charged with perverting the course of justice

A St Michael woman will appear in the District “A” Magistrate court tomorrow charged with perverting the course of justice. She is Ashley Danica Anita Jones, 26, of Birch Path, Reagent Hill, Pinelands. The offence was committed between May 24th,  2016, and February 24th,  2017 in relation to Livardo Rogelio Hinds, 26 years, of Durants, Lodge Road […]

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Belle pumping project went better than planned – Haigh

The anticipated water outages in some parishes did not materialize today, much to the relief of residents. The Barbados Water Authority (BWA) had yesterday alerted residents of Christ Church and St Michael to expect outages today while it was carrying out the first phase of its electrical appraisal at the Belle pumping station. Communications Specialist […]

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Wanted man captured

Police have captured wanted man Marlon Omar George, alias “Mali”, “ Gongles” and “Ranger.” The 31-year-old whose last known address was #16 Arden Close, Pinelands, St Michael was arrested today at Pine East West Boulevard, in the same parish.

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No Doomsday!

No need to panic! Minister of Finance Chris Sinckler acknowledged today that Barbados’ fiscal deficit was still “too high”. However, he sought to reassure Barbadians that there was no “doomsday” scenario facing the island, as he warned his political opponents of the danger caused in constantly suggesting so. Sinckler also assured that the Barbados  dollar […]

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Bush breaks with Trump, calls media ‘indispensable to democracy’

Former President George W. Bush said Monday that the media is “indispensable to democracy,” a break from the position of his fellow Republican, President Donald Trump, who has called the press “the enemy of the American people.” “I consider the media to be indispensable to democracy. That we need the media to hold people like […]

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The Beauty Community: Artist icon Rihanna releases debut beauty line for fall 2017 – The Rotunda


The Rotunda

The Beauty Community: Artist icon Rihanna releases debut beauty line for fall 2017
The Rotunda
After signing a $10 million deal with Louis Vuitton (LVMH) last April, singer and songwriter Rihanna will launch her new beauty line with a complete makeup collection this upcoming fall online and in Sephora's. If that doesn't make you want to save ...

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Chalkdust is 2017 Calypso Monarch – Trinidad & Tobago Express


Trinidad & Tobago Express

Chalkdust is 2017 Calypso Monarch
Trinidad & Tobago Express
The show featured an Icon Awards segment, where artistes and musicians such as Calypso Rose, Machel Montano, Dr Anthony Williams and Anand Yankaran, among others, were honoured. Full results: 1st. Hollis “Chalkdust” Liverpool – “Learn From ...

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