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Panton – King of the Hill

Jamaica’s Jeff Panton and Mike Fennell claimed their second Flow King of the Hill crown Sunday, but enjoyed the limelight alone this time, following 2016’s tie with Simon Jean-Joseph and Jack Boyere. Second-placed Rob Swann claimed his best-ever King of the Hill result, ahead of fellow British regulars, Roger Duckworth and Kevin Procter, with Roger […]

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Panton – King of the Hill

Jamaica’s Jeff Panton and Mike Fennell claimed their second Flow King of the Hill crown Sunday, but enjoyed the limelight alone this time, following 2016’s tie with Simon Jean-Joseph and Jack Boyere. Second-placed Rob Swann claimed his best-ever King of the Hill result, ahead of fellow British regulars, Roger Duckworth and Kevin Procter, with Roger […]

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Moroccan diplomat assaulted at conference in St Vincent

KINGSTOWN –– The delegate assaulted at the United Nations decolonisation conference in St Vincent on Thursday has been identified as Moroccan diplomat Mohammed Ali El Khamlichi, who is based in St Lucia. El Khamlichi is the Deputy Chief of Missions for the Moroccan Embassy in Castries. Media reports out of the North African nation say […]

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Moroccan diplomat assaulted at conference in St Vincent

KINGSTOWN –– The delegate assaulted at the United Nations decolonisation conference in St Vincent on Thursday has been identified as Moroccan diplomat Mohammed Ali El Khamlichi, who is based in St Lucia. El Khamlichi is the Deputy Chief of Missions for the Moroccan Embassy in Castries. Media reports out of the North African nation say […]

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Moroccan diplomat assaulted at conference in St Vincent

KINGSTOWN –– The delegate assaulted at the United Nations decolonisation conference in St Vincent on Thursday has been identified as Moroccan diplomat Mohammed Ali El Khamlichi, who is based in St Lucia. El Khamlichi is the Deputy Chief of Missions for the Moroccan Embassy in Castries. Media reports out of the North African nation say […]

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Police putting brakes on speeding

While motor racing enthusiasts are eagerly looking forward to this weekend’s climax of Sol Rally Barbados, the Royal Barbados Police Force is busy preparing to deal with the headache of drivers playing out their adrenaline rush on the roads after attending the race meet. Acting Superintendent Ronald Stanford told Barbados TODAY that officers would be on high […]

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Police putting brakes on speeding

While motor racing enthusiasts are eagerly looking forward to this weekend’s climax of Sol Rally Barbados, the Royal Barbados Police Force is busy preparing to deal with the headache of drivers playing out their adrenaline rush on the roads after attending the race meet. Acting Superintendent Ronald Stanford told Barbados TODAY that officers would be on high […]

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Police putting brakes on speeding

While motor racing enthusiasts are eagerly looking forward to this weekend’s climax of Sol Rally Barbados, the Royal Barbados Police Force is busy preparing to deal with the headache of drivers playing out their adrenaline rush on the roads after attending the race meet. Acting Superintendent Ronald Stanford told Barbados TODAY that officers would be on high […]

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Season finale

The final whistle blew Sunday night to conclude the 2017 Barbados Football Association’s Digicel Premier League season with the bottom two teams heading back to familiar territory in Division One.   Former champions Barbados Defence Force Sports Programme [BDFSP], the most consistent team in the premiership for the past five years under the guidance of head […]

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Season finale

The final whistle blew Sunday night to conclude the 2017 Barbados Football Association’s Digicel Premier League season with the bottom two teams heading back to familiar territory in Division One.   Former champions Barbados Defence Force Sports Programme [BDFSP], the most consistent team in the premiership for the past five years under the guidance of head […]

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