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Leptospirosis lab being relocated

21 May 2015

THE MINISTRY of Health has advised the public that the Leptospirosis Laboratory is currently being relocated to Enmore #6A – B, Lower Collymore Rock, St Michael. Read More

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Plans in the works for Alternative Dispute Resolution Centre

21 May 2015

THE MINISTRY of International Business and its partners are forging ahead to establish an Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) Centre in Barbados. Read More

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Police looking into Beckwith Street shooting

21 May 2015

POLICE ARE INVESTIGATING a shooting incident which occurred at Beckwith Street, St Michael, about 3 a.m. this morning. Read More

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BWU head warns of more industrial action

21 May 2015

BARBADIANS COULD HAVE a big strike on their hands if the Government and private businesses continue to treat workers' grievances as "low priority" items. Read More

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Nation newscast May 21, 2015

21 May 2015

In tonight's news: Man appears in court on charge of unlawfully killing his toddler daughter and is sent for psychiatric care. More industrial conflict looms as BWU boss talks of big strike. Local Christian and Muslim leaders hold rare meeting. Read More

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Muslim, Christian leaders meet

21 May 2015

MUSLIM AND CHRISTIAN leaders in Barbados pledged to continue to work together at a historic meeting in the Muslims’ Jumma Mosque on Kensington New Road today. Read More

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No Zika cases in the Caribbean to date

21 May 2015

THE MINISTRY of Health has assured the public that there are no suspected cases of the Zika Virus in the Caribbean to date. The Ministry, however, remains in communication with regional and international stakeholders in order to ensure a timely and effective public health response, if necessary.THE MINISTRY... Read More

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Father charged in connection with baby's death

21 May 2015

A ST THOMAS man has been remanded to the Psychiatric Hospital on a charge of manslaughter in relation to the death of his infant daughter. Read More

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Grass fire at Bannatyne

20 May 2015

A GRASS and brush fire has broken out at Bannatyne, Christ Church. Read More

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New Zealand High Commission officially opens

20 May 2015

NEW ZEALAND has firmly planted its footprints in the Caribbean with the official opening of a mission in Barbados. Read More

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