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No stopping Honey Jam 2015 – Barbados Today

Barbados TodayNo stopping Honey Jam 2015Barbados TodayThough sponsorship for the 2015 edition of Honey Jam Barbados is hard to come by, founder Ebonnie Rowe is singing the tune that the all-female multicultural, multigenre artistes showcase, featuring ...

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No stopping Honey Jam 2015

Though sponsorship for the 2015 edition of Honey Jam Barbados is hard to come by, founder Ebonnie Rowe is singing the tune that the all-female multicultural, multigenre artistes showcase, featuring amazing live performances, is on. It came as Rowe delivered remarks during last night’s launch of Honey Jam Barbados 2015 at Divi Southwinds in St Lawrence Gap, Christ Church. Founder ...

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TRINIDAD – Terrible tragedy

PORT OF SPAIN –– A family from Rio Claro were left in mourning after a one-and-a-half-year-old toddler was crushed to death under her father’s van. Ashmeed Mohammed, who accidentally drove over his daughter Salsabila, at their home in Charlieville, Chaguanas, The tragic accident which claimed the life of Salsabila Mohammed took place around 1:50 p.m. in front of her family’s ...

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Lady Cavs rule

Reigning basketball queens Station Hill Cavaliers have started the 2015 Barbados Amateur Basketball Association’s No. 1 Beauty Supplies and Beauty Exchange-sponsored Women’s League on a tear. Last night at the Garfield Sobers Sports Complex they improved their record after the first round of matches to 4-0 with a 62-42 mauling of Urban Vybz St John Sonics. Station Hill Cavaliers point ...

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Is it failed, frayed or Fair Trading . . . ?

On January 2, 2001, the Fair Trading Commission (FTC) came into being. Its mission, proudly stated, was to be transparent and accountable, and to provide professional services to its constituents. The FTC proclaimed it would safeguard the interest of consumers, promote and encourage fair competition, and ensure efficiently regulated utility services. Over the years, the FTC has attracted high-quality staff ...

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MARYLAND – Charges stay

BALTIMORE — A Baltimore judge today refused to dismiss charges against six police officers in connection with the death of a black man who had been seriously injured while in custody. The judge also refused to remove the prosecutor in the case that sparked riots in Baltimore last spring. During a pretrial hearing, Circuit Court Judge Barry Williams denied a ...

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Swim or Paddle Into The Top Spot Of Barbados’ Newly Redesigned Open Water Festival – Swimming World Magazine


Swimming World Magazine

Swim or Paddle Into The Top Spot Of Barbados' Newly Redesigned Open Water Festival
Swimming World Magazine
The Barbados Open Water Festival is returning to the Caribbean island for its 4th annual event. The November 4-8, 2015 event hosted by Swim Barbados Vacations, a locally-owned and operated company, includes a variety of swimming, kayaking and stand ...

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BCC course change angers registrar

Portrait of young student  The registrar of the state-owned Barbados Community College (BCC) has challenged the school’s board of management over its  “unilateral” decision to scrap the associate degree programme in nursing and pharmacy and replace it with the bachelor of arts just about two months before the start of the new semester. Registrar Syndey Arthur told Barbados TODAY this ...

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