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Youth Olympic Games team named

Four athletes were named as part of Barbados’ contingent for the 2018 Youth Olympic Games to be held next month in Buenos Aires, Argentina. Barbados Olympic Association (BOA) general manager and chef de mission to the Olympic games, Glyne Clarke, made the announcement this morning during a press briefing attended by Minister of Creative Economy, Culture and Sport, John King, ...

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Youth Olympic Games team named

Four athletes were named as part of Barbados’ contingent for the 2018 Youth Olympic Games to be held next month in Buenos Aires, Argentina. Barbados Olympic Association (BOA) general manager and chef de mission to the Olympic games, Glyne Clarke, made the announcement this morning during a press briefing attended by Minister of Creative Economy, Culture and Sport, John King, ...

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Wanted bulletin: Police search for four men

Police are on the hunt for four men wanted in connection with serious criminal matters. They are Shaquan Ramario Mascoll, Dwayne Carlo Griffith and Dexter Rohan Lashley, all of Stroud Bay, St Lucy and Kamali Jabari Jawaine Ward of 24B, Haynesville, St James. Twenty-year-old Shaquan Mascoll is approximately five feet, eight inches tall and has a dark complexion. He is ...

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Wanted bulletin: Police search for four men

Police are on the hunt for four men wanted in connection with serious criminal matters. They are Shaquan Ramario Mascoll, Dwayne Carlo Griffith and Dexter Rohan Lashley, all of Stroud Bay, St Lucy and Kamali Jabari Jawaine Ward of 24B, Haynesville, St James. Twenty-year-old Shaquan Mascoll is approximately five feet, eight inches tall and has a dark complexion. He is ...

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Wanted bulletin: Police search for four men

Police are on the hunt for four men wanted in connection with serious criminal matters. They are Shaquan Ramario Mascoll, Dwayne Carlo Griffith and Dexter Rohan Lashley, all of Stroud Bay, St Lucy and Kamali Jabari Jawaine Ward of 24B, Haynesville, St James. Twenty-year-old Shaquan Mascoll is approximately five feet, eight inches tall and has a dark complexion. He is ...

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St Peter man remanded to HMP Dodds

  A 38-year-old man was remanded to Her Majesty Prisons Dodds today after being charged for aggravated burglary. He is Terry Leonne Jordan of Rose Hill, St Peter who was allegedly involved in an incident, which resulted in serious injuries to a female at her home in the early hours of Sunday, September 9. Jordan appeared before Magistrate Wanda Blair ...

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St Peter man remanded to HMP Dodds

  A 38-year-old man was remanded to Her Majesty Prisons Dodds today after being charged for aggravated burglary. He is Terry Leonne Jordan of Rose Hill, St Peter who was allegedly involved in an incident, which resulted in serious injuries to a female at her home in the early hours of Sunday, September 9. Jordan appeared before Magistrate Wanda Blair ...

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St Peter man remanded to HMP Dodds

  A 38-year-old man was remanded to Her Majesty Prisons Dodds today after being charged for aggravated burglary. He is Terry Leonne Jordan of Rose Hill, St Peter who was allegedly involved in an incident, which resulted in serious injuries to a female at her home in the early hours of Sunday, September 9. Jordan appeared before Magistrate Wanda Blair ...

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Seamless CARICOM health coverage possible

There is much commonality of health issues across the English-speaking Caribbean and this fact makes portable and easily transferable health insurance easier to implement than most fear. University of the West Indies Chancellor Emeritus Sir George Alleyne holds the position that this sameness of medical complaints and general conditions among regional people makes the establishment of medical insurance schemes that ...

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Seamless CARICOM health coverage possible

There is much commonality of health issues across the English-speaking Caribbean and this fact makes portable and easily transferable health insurance easier to implement than most fear. University of the West Indies Chancellor Emeritus Sir George Alleyne holds the position that this sameness of medical complaints and general conditions among regional people makes the establishment of medical insurance schemes that ...

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