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NOW President speaks on school girls’ behaviour

Newly-elected President of National Organization of Women (NOW), Avelyn Christie, has expressed the view that the entire Barbadian society must look at itself in order to understand the behaviour of school girls. Christie believes the causes of how school girls are behaving currently are not new but are only more exposed due to technology. “Oppression […]

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52-year-old Christ Church man missing

Police are seeking the public’s assistance in locating 52-year-old Lawrence Lendell Best of Charnocks, Christ Church. He was last seen by his mother Naomi Best around 2:30 p.m. on Thursday, May 25 when he departed their residence to attend an appointment. At the time he was wearing a white and blue short sleeve dress shirt, […]

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BA flight chaos continues at Heathrow

More than a third of British Airways flights from Heathrow have been cancelled as disruption to passengers enters a second day. The airline was hit by a worldwide computer system power failure on Saturday, causing cancellations and delays for thousands of passengers. All long-haul services will fly from Heathrow, but with delays, BA said. The […]

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BA flight chaos continues at Heathrow

More than a third of British Airways flights from Heathrow have been cancelled as disruption to passengers enters a second day. The airline was hit by a worldwide computer system power failure on Saturday, causing cancellations and delays for thousands of passengers. All long-haul services will fly from Heathrow, but with delays, BA said. The […]

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Jamaican entertainer charged with murder

Police have charged local dancehall entertainer Munga Honourable with murder. He has been booked to appear in court later this week. Law enforcement authorities say the entertainer, whose real name is Damion Rhoden, was charged with murder for the fatal shooting of a man, Cleveland Smith, in the community of Ackee Walk in the eastern […]

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Jamaican entertainer charged with murder

Police have charged local dancehall entertainer Munga Honourable with murder. He has been booked to appear in court later this week. Law enforcement authorities say the entertainer, whose real name is Damion Rhoden, was charged with murder for the fatal shooting of a man, Cleveland Smith, in the community of Ackee Walk in the eastern […]

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Missing teen Rashauna Mayers found

Rashauna Alea Mayers, 18, of lot 325, Emerald Park West, St Philip, who was reported missing on Friday, has been traced and is safe. Police Public Relations Officer, acting Inspector Roland Cobbler has expressed thanks to the public and the media for their assistance in this matter. He said the police looks forward to their […]

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Concerned citizens clean up Accra Beach

A group of concerned citizens spent part of their Saturday morning cleaning up the popular Accra Beach at Rockley, Christ Church. The clean-up was the brainchild of local surfer Paul Wilson, a frequent visitor to Accra Beach. He told Barbados TODAY that on a recent visit to the beach, he was shocked at the amount […]

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Tradewinds volunteers get a peek into upcoming exercise

Volunteers for the upcoming Exercise Tradewinds today got a glimpse of what to expect during the June 6-12 event. The Tradewind Secretariat hosted the Volunteer to make a difference expo at Queen’s Park, the City, this morning. Officers from the Barbados Defence Force and the Barbados Fire Service were on hand to demonstrate various rescue […]

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Jones speaks out on Lester Vaughn incident

Minister of Education, Science and Technology Ronald Jones has broken his silence on the Lester Vaughn Secondary School incident, lashing out against members of the public over their treatment of the nation’s young people. Speaking today at the launch of the Young Women’s Christian Association  (YWCA) inaugural FunFest, Jones accused Barbadians of viciously attacking and […]

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