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Season finale

The final whistle blew Sunday night to conclude the 2017 Barbados Football Association’s Digicel Premier League season with the bottom two teams heading back to familiar territory in Division One.   Former champions Barbados Defence Force Sports Programme [BDFSP], the most consistent team in the premiership for the past five years under the guidance of head […]

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MISSISSIPPI – Deadly shooting spree

BROOKHAVEN — A Mississippi deputy killed in a shooting rampage had worked in Christian ministry before going into law enforcement, and liked doing puppet shows to deliver uplifting messages to children. William Durr, 36, was responding to a domestic-violence call late Saturday when he was shot to death in Brookhaven, a south Mississippi city surrounded […]

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MISSISSIPPI – Deadly shooting spree

BROOKHAVEN — A Mississippi deputy killed in a shooting rampage had worked in Christian ministry before going into law enforcement, and liked doing puppet shows to deliver uplifting messages to children. William Durr, 36, was responding to a domestic-violence call late Saturday when he was shot to death in Brookhaven, a south Mississippi city surrounded […]

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MISSISSIPPI – Deadly shooting spree

BROOKHAVEN — A Mississippi deputy killed in a shooting rampage had worked in Christian ministry before going into law enforcement, and liked doing puppet shows to deliver uplifting messages to children. William Durr, 36, was responding to a domestic-violence call late Saturday when he was shot to death in Brookhaven, a south Mississippi city surrounded […]

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JAMAICA – Passionate plea

KINGSTON –– What could have been a stoic tribute from the security minister in honour of slain Police Constable Leighton Hanson at Portmore Seventh-day Adventist Church in St Catherine yesterday turned out to be an impassioned plea for Jamaican citizens to do more to fight crime. “Jamaica, we need to do better!” Minister of National […]

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JAMAICA – Passionate plea

KINGSTON –– What could have been a stoic tribute from the security minister in honour of slain Police Constable Leighton Hanson at Portmore Seventh-day Adventist Church in St Catherine yesterday turned out to be an impassioned plea for Jamaican citizens to do more to fight crime. “Jamaica, we need to do better!” Minister of National […]

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A fourth student charged in Lester Vaughan school incident

A fourth child has been charged in connection with the May 17 beating of a Lester Vaughan schoolgirl. The 13-year-old girl appeared before Magistrate Ian Weekes at the District ‘D’ Magistrates’ Court today. She pleaded not guilty to assault occasioning actual bodily harm and was granted $500 bail. Her three co-accused made their second court […]

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St. George get mixed results in Pamala Proverbs Zone – Barbados Advocate


St. George get mixed results in Pamala Proverbs Zone
Barbados Advocate
St. George Primary had mixed fortunes at the James Bryan Complex this past week when they continued their campaign in the Pamala Proverbs Zone of the Pine Hill Dairy National Sports Council Primary Schools' Netball Competition. Playing in two of the ...

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TAKE CARE OF YOUR HEALtH – Barbados Advocate


TAKE CARE OF YOUR HEALtH
Barbados Advocate
Dr. Belle's comments came as she noted that vascular dementia is second only to Alzheimer's disease, in respect of the most common types of dementia, and she is particularly concerned about it in Barbados, given the high incidence of chronic diseases.

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Deal with the real problems – Barbados Advocate


Deal with the real problems
Barbados Advocate
Reference is made to the publication in the Barbados Advocate of Wednesday, May 17, 2017, under the caption “Bar Association expresses concerns”. The basis of those concerns was that the Association was unhappy about “one of [its] members being ...

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