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Atherley protests Govt move

Atherley protests Govt move


SATURDAY’S PROTEST against Government’s endorsement of same-sex civil unions was not just about the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender (LGBT) community. So said Opposition Leader Bishop Joseph Atherley, who stressed it was important to speak o...

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Government considering another czar

Government considering another czar


A NEW COVID-19 CZAR could soon be in the position left empty by the straight-talking Richard Carter, who led rallying calls to keep everyone in Barbados safe from the novel coronavirus COVID-19. If Carter does not return, someone else is likely to...

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OCM wary of share sales

OCM wary of share sales


PORT OF SPAIN – Chairman of One Caribbean Media (OCM) Faarees Hosein has requested that the Trinidad and Tobago Securities and Exchange Commission (TTSEC) investigate a number of purchases and sales of the group’s shares since the start of the year. ...

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Three new COVID cases take total to 230

Three new COVID cases take total to 230


Two female visitors and a Barbadian man are the latest people to test positive for COVID-19 in Barbados. They were all diagnosed after being tested a second time. They are an 18-year-old female, who arrived on British Airways on October 22; a 25-y...

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UPDATE: 20-year-old shot and killed in King Street

UPDATE: 20-year-old shot and killed in King Street


Police released the name of the young man who was shot and killed on Saturday night, He was identified as 20-year-old Tremaine Akeem Cummings of Gills Road, St Michael. Around 7:20 p.m., he was riding his bicycle along King Street when he was r...

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Rival protest groups meet

Rival protest groups meet


Same-sex unions continued to be a hot topic yesterday, but not everyone who attended the latest protest on the subject was singing the same tune. Scores from the Family-Faith-Freedom Barbados movement gathered at Charles Rowe Bridge with placards ...