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Man shot by masked men in St Philip

21 February 2019

Police say about 9:30 p.m on Wednesday, 28-year-old Neico Omali Blackman, was attacked by two masked men at his residence in Ruby Tenantry, St. Philip and was shot in the abdomen. Read More

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Red win again at CP

21 February 2019

The Red Warriors (Set B) won their third straight war when they gained 760 points to capture Coleridge & Parry’s Inter-House Athletics Championships at the National Stadium yesterday. Read More

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  England upstage Gayle

21 February 2019

CHRIS GAYLE’s six-hitting spree was in vain as the West Indies spilled a golden chance to beat world No.1 ranked England in a high-scoring day-night match before a capacity crowd at Kensington Oval, yesterday. Read More

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Dry taps a turn-off

21 February 2019

DRY TAPS continue to run down the patience of residents in Redmans Village, St Thomas, and have cost at least one farmer thousands of dollars in livestock.They expressed their frustrations yesterday over water outages they said they have been experiencing since last... Read More

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Barbados gets high fishing ranking

21 February 2019

BARBADOS IS GAINING a reputation among the region’s most popular sports fishing destinations.Recently, FishingBooker website ranked the island tenth in the Americas for popular fishing destinations. Read More

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Pothole pay

21 February 2019

POTHOLES COST GOVERNMENT almost $36 000 in damages last year. That’s almost double the amount the Ministry of Transport, Works and Maintenance paid out to motorists in 2017. Read More

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Gayle not enough to save WI

20 February 2019

Chris Gayle’s six-hitting spree was in vain as the West Indies spilled a golden chance to beat world No.1 ranked England in a high-scoring day-night match before a capacity crowd at Kensington Oval. Read More

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Windies set tough target for England

20 February 2019

BRIDGETOWN - West Indies, powered by a 24th century from veteran opener Chris Gayle made an imposing 360 for eight in their 50 overs against England in the first Colonial Medical Insurance One-Day International at Kensington Oval here Wednesday. Read More

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Police investigating City stabbing

20 February 2019

Police are currently on the scene of a stabbing incident in The City. A young man was stabbed and collapsed in the area of KFC Lower Broad Street. Read More

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Parents, guardians urged to collect students

20 February 2019

There is serious fire in the area of Welches, St Thomas and the smoke is causing an issue for students and staff at the Welches Primary School. Read More

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WI opt to bat first in opening ODI against England

20 February 2019

BRIDGETOWN – The West Indies won the toss and opted to bat against England in the first Colonial Medical Insurance One-Day International at Kensington Oval here Wednesday. Read More

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TRACED: Wilma Jones

20 February 2019

Wilma Lenora Jones, 75, of Syndicate Road, Bush Hall, St Michael, who was reported missing yesterday, has been traced. Read More

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Police probing accident in Oistins

20 February 2019

Police are investigating the circumstances into road traffic accident which resulted in serious injuries to a pedestrian.This incident reportedly occurred about 9:30 pm on Tuesday 19 February, along Oistins main road, Christ Church opposite The Silver Fox Arcade. Read More

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Big win for Yellow House

19 February 2019

YELLOW HOUSE (Brathwaite) meant business when they seized the title with 694.50 points during the Ellerslie Inter-house Athletics Championships yesterday at the Usain Bolt Sports Complex. Read More

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Confident Nurse expects WI victory

19 February 2019

OFF-SPINNER Ashley Nurse is back in the West Indies team and is banking on a recent run in first-class cricket to boost his confidence in the ODI series against England which starts today at Kensington Oval. Read More

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Toddler in cuffs was ‘just play’

19 February 2019

PARENTS OF THE TODDLER who was videoed handcuffed to a pillar, turned themselves into the police and the Child Care Board (CCB) yesterday. Read More

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Monkey play cuts City power

19 February 2019

THREE GREEN MONKEYS caused a power outage in The City yesterday morning.The wandering creatures were playing on a powerline near JG’s Wholesale Discount Centre at the corner of St George Street and Cowell Street when they tripped a breaker, causing the power to go out... Read More

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Ready for court

19 February 2019

PUBLIC SERVICE VEHICLE (PSV) operators are planning to sue Government for $15 million.This after one of their own was given an absolute discharge by Magistrate Graveney Bannister last Friday after appearing in the Bridgetown Traffic Court. Read More

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Accident along Enterprise main road Christ Church

19 February 2019

There is an accident involving a ZR route taxi and an SUV on Enterprise main road Church Christ. The extent of injuries is unknown at this time. (more details as they come to hand) Read More

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Sir Curtley now a dancing star

19 February 2019

Legendary West Indies cricketer Sir Curtley Ambrose was out in the middle last night, but on a different kind of stage. Sir Curtley and his professional partner Siobhan Power, swept across the ballroom floor on the Australian version of the show Dancing With the... Read More

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Pump shutdown to affect Christ Church, St Philip districts

19 February 2019

The Barbados Water Authority is advising residents and businesses in parts of Christ Church and St Philip that there will be a critical shutdown of its Hampton Pumping Station on Wednesday, February 20, between 4 p.m. and 10 p.m. Read More

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