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Some ‘black market’ drug dealers in Barbados have expressed an interest in getting involved in the medicinal cannabis industry. And according to Sarah Seale, the president and managing partner of Canadian company Cannabis Management Resources Inc, that interest should be seen in a positive light. In an interview with Barbados TODAY at the Courtyard by Marriott, Seale, who is here ...

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Some ‘black market’ drug dealers in Barbados have expressed an interest in getting involved in the medicinal cannabis industry. And according to Sarah Seale, the president and managing partner of Canadian company Cannabis Management Resources Inc, that interest should be seen in a positive light. In an interview with Barbados TODAY at the Courtyard by Marriott, Seale, who is here ...

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Count us in

Some ‘black market’ drug dealers in Barbados have expressed an interest in getting involved in the medicinal cannabis industry. And according to Sarah Seale, the president and managing partner of Canadian company Cannabis Management Resources Inc, that interest should be seen in a positive light. In an interview with Barbados TODAY at the Courtyard by Marriott, Seale, who is here ...

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BERT’s ‘OK’

Barbados has received a passing grade from the International Monetary Fund (IMF) on its first quarter review of the targets set by the home-grown Barbados Economic Recovery and Transformation (BERT) programme. But Prime Minister Mia Mottley has declared that she won’t be celebrating just yet given there is still some distance to go to bring about sustainable economic growth and ...

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BERT’s ‘OK’

Barbados has received a passing grade from the International Monetary Fund (IMF) on its first quarter review of the targets set by the home-grown Barbados Economic Recovery and Transformation (BERT) programme. But Prime Minister Mia Mottley has declared that she won’t be celebrating just yet given there is still some distance to go to bring about sustainable economic growth and ...

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BERT’s ‘OK’

Barbados has received a passing grade from the International Monetary Fund (IMF) on its first quarter review of the targets set by the home-grown Barbados Economic Recovery and Transformation (BERT) programme. But Prime Minister Mia Mottley has declared that she won’t be celebrating just yet given there is still some distance to go to bring about sustainable economic growth and ...

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Final innings

Only Sir Garfield Sobers and Rohan Kanhai batted better for the West Indies than Seymour Nurse in the latter half of the 1960s. This was the view expressed by former Barbados and West Indies fast bowling great Sir Wesley Hall today. In a glowing tribute to the late Barbados and West Indies’batsman at his funeral service held at Kensington Oval this ...

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Fined for drugs

A Christ Church man avoided a three-month stint in prison today when a family member stepped in and paid a $750 forthwith fine on his behalf. The sum was imposed by Magistrate Douglas Frederick after Rommel Marlon Gittens, of 2nd Avenue Licorish Village, My Lord’s Hill pleaded guilty to having $90 worth of cannabis in his possession in the wee ...

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Teen on bond for six months

Magistrate Kristie Cuffy-Sargeant today told an 18-year-old to take responsibility for his actions. Jadarrol Obrian Daniel Toppin, of No. 2 White Hall, St Michael received the reprimand after he lied to the magistrate about how he came in possession of $258 worth of cannabis earlier today. “I was walking . . . and I found it in the bush through ...

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Some BSTU comments ‘unfortunate’

The Barbados Association of Principals of Public Secondary Schools (BAPPSS) has flatly rejected a recent suggestion that its members are partly to blame for the potentially life-threatening environment in which teachers are forced to work. Instead, BAPPSS President Juanita Wade declared that the issue of student-on-teacher violence facing some teachers was receiving the full attention of local head teachers. During ...

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