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Jamol Eastmond unstoppable at Cycling Criterium – Barbados Advocate

Jamol Eastmond unstoppable at Cycling CriteriumBarbados AdvocateBy Corey Greaves UNBEATEN, that is how Jamol Eastmond went into yesterday's Barbados Cycling Union two-hour criterium and that is how he left. It is a dream start to his 2012 season wh...

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Under Scrutiny: A look at the Bail Act – Barbados Advocate

Under Scrutiny: A look at the Bail ActBarbados AdvocateThe critical question, however, is whether the amendment of which I speak infringes the Constitution of Barbados. Section 13(1) protects the right to personal liberty. It provides that no person sh...

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Agrofest growing every year – Barbados Advocate

Agrofest growing every yearBarbados AdvocateBy Kerri Gooding The Barbados Agricultural Society (BAS) launched Agrofest 2012 officially with a church service at the St. Barnabas' Church. Giving praise to God for successes to date and in the future, ...

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Arrests rock Barbados shooting fraternity – Stabroek News

Arrests rock Barbados shooting fraternityStabroek NewsBy Stabroek editor | 0 Comments | Breaking News | Sunday, February 5, 2012 (Barbados Nation) The shooting fraternity said yesterday it was “completely opposed to the illegal possession and use of ...

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The Caribbean: Not so gay – Jamaica Observer

Jamaica ObserverThe Caribbean: Not so gayJamaica ObserverOn the Caribbean island of Barbados with a population of about 250000 people, approximately 3426 persons are living with HIV, and the minister of health, Stephen Lashley, has warned "that is...

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Heritage tourism not to be overlooked – Barbados Advocate

Heritage tourism not to be overlookedBarbados AdvocateExecutive director of the Barbados Manufacturers' Association (BMA), Bobbi McKay is suggesting that if Barbados once again makes use of schooners for shipping purposes, the move could also help ...

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No quick fixes – Barbados Advocate

No quick fixesBarbados AdvocateGovernor of the Central Bank of Barbados, Dr. DeLisle Worrell, recently stressed the need for Barbados to have the edge over its regional counterparts through an improvement in customer service overall. He said that '...

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Homemakers: Fraser fulfilled – Barbados Advocate

Homemakers: Fraser fulfilledBarbados Advocate“In the old days, I heard this repeatedly... a Barbadian man had to be able to build his own house,” Fraser said with a rueful smile. “It was a kind of expectation that a Bajan male could design, build...

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