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Bajan Ninja Warriors

Twenty-three-year old Lee Knight and 17-year-old Malachi Mayers were all smiles after emerging proud winners of the adult and youth segment of The Barbados Ninja Throwdown 2017 which was held last Saturday. The event was organized by former American Ninja Warrior competitor Delano Hinds.  Knight told Barbados TODAY he was drawn to the competition because […]

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Bajan Ninja Warriors

Twenty-three-year old Lee Knight and 17-year-old Malachi Mayers were all smiles after emerging proud winners of the adult and youth segment of The Barbados Ninja Throwdown 2017 which was held last Saturday. The event was organized by former American Ninja Warrior competitor Delano Hinds.  Knight told Barbados TODAY he was drawn to the competition because […]

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VATICAN – Trump meets Pope

VATICAN CITY –– US President Donald Trump has said he is “more determined than ever” to pursue peace in the world after meeting Pope Francis at the Vatican. He was granted a short private audience with the head of the Catholic Church on the latest leg of his overseas trip. The two men have in […]

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VATICAN – Trump meets Pope

VATICAN CITY –– US President Donald Trump has said he is “more determined than ever” to pursue peace in the world after meeting Pope Francis at the Vatican. He was granted a short private audience with the head of the Catholic Church on the latest leg of his overseas trip. The two men have in […]

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JAMAICA – Leaders join forces

KINGSTON –– Government and opposition officials yesterday put aside their political differences and joined hands with volunteers in downtown Kingston to renovate the historic Ward Theatre and Central Police Station. Both buildings were the main focus of National Labour Day activities in Kingston being observed under the theme: Restore, Preserve, Beautify. The Ward Theatre, which sits […]

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JAMAICA – Leaders join forces

KINGSTON –– Government and opposition officials yesterday put aside their political differences and joined hands with volunteers in downtown Kingston to renovate the historic Ward Theatre and Central Police Station. Both buildings were the main focus of National Labour Day activities in Kingston being observed under the theme: Restore, Preserve, Beautify. The Ward Theatre, which sits […]

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Sinckler chastises local banks

  “Unfortunate and unwarranted” is how Finance Minister, Christopher Sinckler, has described a decision by local banks to suspend work on transactions for real estate and related activities. Their action comes amid concerns over recent amendments to the Barbados Revenue Authority (BRA) Act, which requires a Tax Clearance Certificate to be issued by the BRA […]

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Sinckler chastises local banks

  “Unfortunate and unwarranted” is how Finance Minister, Christopher Sinckler, has described a decision by local banks to suspend work on transactions for real estate and related activities. Their action comes amid concerns over recent amendments to the Barbados Revenue Authority (BRA) Act, which requires a Tax Clearance Certificate to be issued by the BRA […]

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LIAT protest off

  LIAT services across the region will not be disrupted tomorrow, the airline’s management has assured. The Leeward Island Airline Pilots Association (LIALPA) had threatened to stage sit-ins at various airports if its members did not receive their salaries by midnight tonight. However in a brief statement, LIAT management said, “the recent report of impending action […]

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LIAT protest off

  LIAT services across the region will not be disrupted tomorrow, the airline’s management has assured. The Leeward Island Airline Pilots Association (LIALPA) had threatened to stage sit-ins at various airports if its members did not receive their salaries by midnight tonight. However in a brief statement, LIAT management said, “the recent report of impending action […]

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