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Six months for hitting guardman with rock

A man, who hit a security guard with a rock, has the next six months to reflect on his actions at HMP Dodds. Derrick Anderson Brathwaite, of Hall Ground, Clapham, Christ Church pleaded guilty today before Magistrate Douglas Frederick in the District ‘A’ Magistrates’ Court. The 39-year-old entertainer assaulted Peter Best on November 23, occasioning actual bodily harm, and also ...

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11 fraud charges

A Christ Church man appeared in the District ‘A’ Magistrates’ Court late yesterday afternoon on 11 fraud charges. Noel Lionel Taylor, 38, of Maxwell Hill, Christ Church, is accused of dishonestly obtaining several items from Unicomer (Barbados) Limited, trading as Courts, between November 4 and 19 this year. The salesman, who appeared before Magistrate Douglas Frederick, was remanded to HMP Dodds. ...

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11 fraud charges

A Christ Church man appeared in the District ‘A’ Magistrates’ Court late yesterday afternoon on 11 fraud charges. Noel Lionel Taylor, 38, of Maxwell Hill, Christ Church, is accused of dishonestly obtaining several items from Unicomer (Barbados) Limited, trading as Courts, between November 4 and 19 this year. The salesman, who appeared before Magistrate Douglas Frederick, was remanded to HMP Dodds. ...

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Dr Agard maintains her place among the Bees

Christ Church West MP Dr Maria Agard made her way to her usual seat at the southern end of the Opposition benches today where she stayed during this morning’s session of Parliament, despite informing reporters that she will be sitting as an Independent. Dr Maria Agard When asked if she was still a committed Barbados Labour Party (BLP) member, the ...

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Dr Agard maintains her place among the Bees

Christ Church West MP Dr Maria Agard made her way to her usual seat at the southern end of the Opposition benches today where she stayed during this morning’s session of Parliament, despite informing reporters that she will be sitting as an Independent. Dr Maria Agard When asked if she was still a committed Barbados Labour Party (BLP) member, the ...

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No more 8 to 4 – Barbados Today

Barbados TodayNo more 8 to 4Barbados TodayMinister of Industry, Donville Inniss, in moving the Second Reading of the Shops Bill 2015 in the House of Assembly, said with the introduction of this piece of legislation the State was seeking to bring Barbad...

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No more 8 to 4

The Shops Bill 2015 hopes to bring Barbados into the 24/7 type society. Minister of Industry, Donville Inniss, in moving the Second Reading of the Shops Bill 2015 in the House of Assembly, said with the introduction of this piece of legislation the State was seeking to bring Barbados fully into the 21st century. Inniss said the reality was that ...

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No more 8 to 4

The Shops Bill 2015 hopes to bring Barbados into the 24/7 type society. Minister of Industry, Donville Inniss, in moving the Second Reading of the Shops Bill 2015 in the House of Assembly, said with the introduction of this piece of legislation the State was seeking to bring Barbados fully into the 21st century. Inniss said the reality was that ...

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Bradshaw worried about impact of longer hours

While a 24/7 business environment may bring increased economic benefits to Barbados, an Opposition member of parliament is worried it may also lead to increased health complications for workers. MP for St Michael South-East Santia Bradshaw raised the issue in Parliament this afternoon during debate on the Shops Bills 2015. MP for St Michael South–East Santia Bradshaw “While the economic ...

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Bradshaw worried about impact of longer hours

While a 24/7 business environment may bring increased economic benefits to Barbados, an Opposition member of parliament is worried it may also lead to increased health complications for workers. MP for St Michael South-East Santia Bradshaw raised the issue in Parliament this afternoon during debate on the Shops Bills 2015. MP for St Michael South–East Santia Bradshaw “While the economic ...

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