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St Hill must pay $500 for breeding mosquitoes

24 March 2015

FUNERAL DIRECTOR MICHAEL ST HILL was yesterday fined $500 in two months, or he will spend a month in jail, for knowingly allowing the breeding of mosquitoes on the premises of his Bank Hall Main Road, St Michael business. Read More

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Time’s Up for house

23 March 2015

NEARLY SEVEN YEARS after it was spared from the wrecking ball, the home of the man who composed the music to the National Anthem is threatened once again. Read More

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Opting for road repair

21 March 2015

WHITE HILL, ST ANDREW residents and people in neighbouring districts are not in favour of leaving the place they call home. In fact, some of them are calling for the road to be fixed – and soon. Read More

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Crane takes on nature

20 March 2015

FEBRUARY 4 was a special day for Crane Beach. It was voted Best Caribbean Beach in the USA TODAY’s Readers’ Choice Awards. Read More

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Seaweed everywhere

19 March 2015

THE THICK BLANKET of sargassum seaweed washing ashore at Crane Beach, St Philip, recently voted Best Caribbean Beach in USA Today’s 10 Best Readers Choice Awards, is a major concern. Read More

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Clearing the air

14 March 2015

THE DAYS OF VEHICLES disgorging noxious fumes into the atmosphere could be numbered. Read More

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HEATHER-LYNN'S HABITAT: City block crumbling

26 February 2015

IT’S ANOTHER historic block in Bridgetown that has fallen to the ravages of time and neglect. But there is a benefactor, with $10 million, waiting in the wings. Read More

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Beach plea

23 February 2015

AFTER A WEEK of patrolling normally tranquil beaches that were being pounded by huge swells, lifeguards are again calling for the power to order bathers out of the water. Read More

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Public health workers complete training

21 February 2015

THE FIRST BATCH of public health workers to be trained under the Caribbean Regional Field Epidemiology and Laboratory Training Programme has graduated. Read More

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Groups urged to mobilise for sargassum clean-up

20 February 2015

AS BARBADOS' BEACHES continue to be littered by sargassum seaweed, the National Conservation Commission (NCC) is welcoming assistance in the clean-up efforts from interested groups. Read More

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