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Barbados athletes win special olympics world games gold

Barbados picked up two gold medals on Saturday afternoon, on the first day of the athletics competition in the Special Olympics World Games in Abu Dhabi and Dubai, United Arab Emirates (UAE). Abbygaile Mayers claimed the first medal for her country when she ran the 200m in a time of 26.25 seconds at the Dubai Police Sports Club Stadium, way ...

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Barbados athletes win special olympics world games gold

Barbados picked up two gold medals on Saturday afternoon, on the first day of the athletics competition in the Special Olympics World Games in Abu Dhabi and Dubai, United Arab Emirates (UAE). Abbygaile Mayers claimed the first medal for her country when she ran the 200m in a time of 26.25 seconds at the Dubai Police Sports Club Stadium, way ...

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PM Mottley sends condolence message to New Zealand PM

Prime Minister Mia Mottley has condemned terrorism as she extended sympathy to Prime Minister of New Zealand, Jacinda Ardern, after the mass shooting at two mosques there, on Friday, March 15, which killed 50 persons and injured several others. In correspondence sent to Ardern on Friday, Mottley said the Government and people of Barbados were saddened at the loss of ...

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UPDATE: British national dies at Portvale Sugar Factory

Police have confirmed the death of a British national at the Portvale Sugar Factory. Dead is Paul Anthony Clifford, 46, of #2 Yorkshire, West Road, Christ Church. Acting Inspector Rodney Inniss, Public Relations Officer for the Royal Barbados Police Force, told Barbados TODAY that Clifford fell from the roof of the building and died at the scene. Investigations are continuing. ...

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UPDATE: British national dies at Portvale Sugar Factory

Police have confirmed the death of a British national at the Portvale Sugar Factory. Dead is Paul Anthony Clifford, 46, of #2 Yorkshire, West Road, Christ Church. Acting Inspector Rodney Inniss, Public Relations Officer for the Royal Barbados Police Force, told Barbados TODAY that Clifford fell from the roof of the building and died at the scene. Investigations are continuing. ...

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UPDATE: British national dies at Portvale Sugar Factory

Police have confirmed the death of a British national at the Portvale Sugar Factory. Dead is Paul Anthony Clifford, 46, of #2 Yorkshire, West Road, Christ Church. Acting Inspector Rodney Inniss, Public Relations Officer for the Royal Barbados Police Force, told Barbados TODAY that Clifford fell from the roof of the building and died at the scene. Investigations are continuing. ...

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Police investigating death at Portvale Sugar Factory

Police have confirmed the death  of a male at the Portvale Sugar Factory. Acting Inspector Rodney Inniss, Public Relations Officer for the Royal Barbados Police Force, told Barbados TODAY that a Caucasian male fell from the roof of the building and died at the scene. Investigations are continuing. The post Police investigating death at Portvale Sugar Factory appeared first on ...

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Police investigating death at Portvale Sugar Factory

Police have confirmed the death  of a male at the Portvale Sugar Factory. Acting Inspector Rodney Inniss, Public Relations Officer for the Royal Barbados Police Force, told Barbados TODAY that a Caucasian male fell from the roof of the building and died at the scene. Investigations are continuing. The post Police investigating death at Portvale Sugar Factory appeared first on ...

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EU blacklist: Cooperation or Coercion?

On 12 March, the Council of the 28-nations European Union (EU) placed 15 small territories on a list of what it calls “non-cooperative jurisdictions”.  What the EC considers these territories to be “non-cooperative” about reveals the raw exercise of power by the strong over the weak. In this case, the firm intention of the EU is to impose its tax ...

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EU blacklist: Cooperation or Coercion?

On 12 March, the Council of the 28-nations European Union (EU) placed 15 small territories on a list of what it calls “non-cooperative jurisdictions”.  What the EC considers these territories to be “non-cooperative” about reveals the raw exercise of power by the strong over the weak. In this case, the firm intention of the EU is to impose its tax ...

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