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Haynes advises budding business people

Stay up to date with trends in your industry, maximise the use of technology and social media, and be willing to change the direction of your business as the market changes, Governor of the Central Bank of Barbados Cleviston Haynes has advised a group of up-and-coming entrepreneurs. He gave the advice to 192 graduates of […] The post Haynes advises ...

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Community policing ‘to boost confidence in RBPF’

A former high-ranking police officer has called Government to provide the Royal Barbados Police Force with the resources to expand community policing, in a bid to restore trust in the police. The suggestion comes amid research that shows a breakdown in trust between police and civilians in a number of communities thought to be crime […] The post Community policing ...

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Community policing ‘to boost confidence in RBPF’

A former high-ranking police officer has called Government to provide the Royal Barbados Police Force with the resources to expand community policing, in a bid to restore trust in the police. The suggestion comes amid research that shows a breakdown in trust between police and civilians in a number of communities thought to be crime […] The post Community policing ...

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Community policing ‘to boost confidence in RBPF’

A former high-ranking police officer has called Government to provide the Royal Barbados Police Force with the resources to expand community policing, in a bid to restore trust in the police. The suggestion comes amid research that shows a breakdown in trust between police and civilians in a number of communities thought to be crime […] The post Community policing ...

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Silence in court

The Mia Mottley-administration is yet to respond to a challenge lodged by the Inter-American Commission on Human Rights (IACHR) against the country’s buggery and indecency laws, leaving a local activist disappointed and planning her next move. The end of October marked three months since the IACHR sent official correspondence to the Government of Barbados demanding […] The post Silence in ...

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Silence in court

The Mia Mottley-administration is yet to respond to a challenge lodged by the Inter-American Commission on Human Rights (IACHR) against the country’s buggery and indecency laws, leaving a local activist disappointed and planning her next move. The end of October marked three months since the IACHR sent official correspondence to the Government of Barbados demanding […] The post Silence in ...

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Silence in court

The Mia Mottley-administration is yet to respond to a challenge lodged by the Inter-American Commission on Human Rights (IACHR) against the country’s buggery and indecency laws, leaving a local activist disappointed and planning her next move. The end of October marked three months since the IACHR sent official correspondence to the Government of Barbados demanding […] The post Silence in ...

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Drug case adjourned

A 30-year-old landscaper has denied marijuana and cocaine charges brought against him. Akil Jabari Mason, of Gospel Hall Gap, Dayrells Road, Christ Church is accused of possession of 12.48 grammes of cannabis. It is further alleged that he had in his possession 3.24 grammes of cocaine with intent to supply and traffic. The accused told […] The post Drug case ...

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