What’s Trending: Passion to be a pilot and Copper bandits strike.
Sun, June 17, 2012 - 10:27 AM
The Nation’s Associate Editor, Sherie Holder-Olutayo takes a look at what’s trending today in Barbados.
Today’s Sunday Sun feature that details how 23-year-old Alair Tudor graduated from the University of Louisiana after studying to be a pilot resonated with our readers. Many of them were thrilled to read how Alair persevered to complete his studies, and become a commercial pilot. The news that copper bandits struck at Westbury cemetery also had our readers buzzing. Here’s what a few of them had to say.
Mel Mapp: Young man, you have not only made your family and friends proud, you have made me proud and I think it is safe to say you have made countless others indeed proud also.
Vivij Charlie: Wow....love that story...good job son.
Bim Bum: One of the very few scrap metal dealers on this island will soon be receiving said stolen goods! I wonder what can be done about this? Hmmmm....
Yogi Ni: Who is buying this stolen copper? How many people in Barbados deal in copper? Cash for gold is a headache for citizens in Barbados. Cash for copper is another headache. I think law enforcement need to step up their game, especially in cash for gold. It is not that hard to step up they game in cash for Gold if they really wanted to.
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