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Deceased ex cop hailed

Members of the legal fraternity Wednesday paid tribute to former police officer, public prosecutor and public counsel Eli Edwards who passed away last Thursday after battling cancer. Madam Justice Michelle Weekes paid homage to the man many described as a friend and dedicated worker in the No.2 Supreme Court. Justice Weekes told the sitting she had […]

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Election will be no walkover, says Inniss

The governing Democratic Labour Party (DLP) is being warned to prepare for the mother of all battles come the next general election, mainly because the people are hurting. Minister of International Business, Industry, Commerce and Small Business Development Donville Inniss is admitting that the DLP will have a tough time convincing Barbadians to give it […]

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Election will be no walkover, says Inniss

The governing Democratic Labour Party (DLP) is being warned to prepare for the mother of all battles come the next general election, mainly because the people are hurting. Minister of International Business, Industry, Commerce and Small Business Development Donville Inniss is admitting that the DLP will have a tough time convincing Barbadians to give it […]

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Butt out!

The local Church has come in for a severe tongue lashing from one of its own over the controversial issue of sex education. The provocative educator and Anglican priest Reverend Charles Morris has all but described the Church’s opposition to comprehensive sexuality education (CSE) as hypocrisy, accusing it of seeking to hinder the very practices […]

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Butt out!

The local Church has come in for a severe tongue lashing from one of its own over the controversial issue of sex education. The provocative educator and Anglican priest Reverend Charles Morris has all but described the Church’s opposition to comprehensive sexuality education (CSE) as hypocrisy, accusing it of seeking to hinder the very practices […]

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AUB will be accredited, says Jones

Minister of Education Ronald Jones Wednesday sought to defend the American University of Barbados (AUB), saying the medical school was well on its way to full accreditation. Speaking at a press briefing at AUB’s Wildey, St Michael campus to update the media on the progress of the five-year-old institution, Jones referred to rumours about the American […]

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AUB will be accredited, says Jones

Minister of Education Ronald Jones Wednesday sought to defend the American University of Barbados (AUB), saying the medical school was well on its way to full accreditation. Speaking at a press briefing at AUB’s Wildey, St Michael campus to update the media on the progress of the five-year-old institution, Jones referred to rumours about the American […]

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Snaggs could not stay out of trouble

When Jason Anthony Snaggs appeared before Magistrate Douglas Frederick some two-weeks ago, he was granted his freedom and warned to keep out of trouble. However, the 31-year-old of Villa Road, Brittons Hill, St Michael resident found himself back in the District ‘A’ Magistrates’ Court recently, and, as a result, will spend the next 15 months […]

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Snaggs could not stay out of trouble

When Jason Anthony Snaggs appeared before Magistrate Douglas Frederick some two-weeks ago, he was granted his freedom and warned to keep out of trouble. However, the 31-year-old of Villa Road, Brittons Hill, St Michael resident found himself back in the District ‘A’ Magistrates’ Court recently, and, as a result, will spend the next 15 months […]

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Solutions Barbados names nine candidates

A juice maker, a hairdresser, a building contractor and the owner of a photography business are among nine “quality” candidates announced today by the Grenville Phillips 11-led Solutions Barbados to contest the next general election constitutionally due here within the next 12 months. While stressing that there were no merchants involved, Phillips, who was harshly […]

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