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    August 22

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PSV workers afraid

16 August 2019

After the murder of one of its own in what some believe was a robbery gone wrong, the Alliance Owners of Public Transport (AOPT) and the Association of Public Transport Operators (APTO) are banding together to keep drivers and conductors safe. Read More

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Marshall asks for patience in crime fight

16 August 2019

Attorney General Dale Marshall, wants Barbadians to be a little more patient when it comes to Government’s tackling of crime. Marshall, QC, the MP for St Joseph, said at a post-Cabinet press conference yesterday that it would take more than 15 months for efforts... Read More

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No evidence of intruder

15 August 2019

There is no evidence to suggest there was an intruder when British visitor Natalie Crichlow was burnt in a house fire. Read More

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Investigations continue into missing couple

15 August 2019

The Royal Barbados Police Force is still investigating American couple Magdalena Devil and Oscar Suarez who went missing on June 24 after renting a jet ski on the West Coast. Read More

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Lawyer charged with stealing

15 August 2019

Attorney Hilary Jeffrey Nelson appeared in court this morning charged with stealing over $800 000 from an overseas client. Read More

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Today is Panama Day

15 August 2019

Barbados will be establishing an embassy in Panama. In the message to mark Panama Day, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs said the Government of Barbados was in the process of setting up the embassy, which would allow more exchanges between the two countries. Read More

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Fire Chief’s concern

14 August 2019

The towering piles of flammable materials at reprocessing facilities across the island are raising red flags for the Barbados Fire Service. Read More

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Shattered dreams

14 August 2019

Kristine Agard often daydreamed of seeing her father Ralston Agard in the audience as she graduated from the University of the West Indies. Read More

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Licensing wait tests learner drivers

14 August 2019

Tempers flared at the Barbados Licensing Authority yesterday as several people seeking to take driving tests could not be accommodated. Read More

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B’s fire extinguished

14 August 2019

A five-member crew from the Barbados Fire Service is monitoring the site of yesterday’s fire at B’s Recycling in Cane Garden, St Thomas. Read More

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Police seeking person of interest

14 August 2019

The Royal Barbados Police Force is seeking the assistance of the public in identifying and locating the person in the above image. Read More

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The 2019 CAPE scholars

14 August 2019

FOLLOWING is the list of the 63 Barbados Scholarship and Exhibitions winners for 2019 from the Caribbean Advanced Proficiency Examination (CAPE) results announced last Friday. Read More

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Hospital probing claim

14 August 2019

THE QUEEN ELIZABETH HOSPITAL (QEH) is looking into an upset mother’s claim over the treatment she received at the state-run facility after her daughter’s finger was partially severed. Read More

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What about foreign debt? DLP asks

14 August 2019

The Democratic Labour Party (DLP) wants answers about Barbados’ foreign debt policy. President Verla De Peiza made the appeal yesterday, in response to the information on this country’s economic performance in the first half of 2019, which was recently presented by... Read More

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ZR driver shot and killed

14 August 2019

A 54-year-old ZR driver is the island’s latest murder victim. Ralston Philip Agard had just returned to his Sandy Hill, St Philip, residence late last night when he was attacked in an attempted robbery. Read More

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UWI crop find places at QEH

13 August 2019

Space in the Queen Elizabeth Hospital (QEH) is limited, but this year all the Barbadian students from the University of the West Indies (UWI) found placement there. Read More

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Atherley’s plea

13 August 2019

Opposition Leader Bishop Joseph Atherley says Government must address issues of “ownership and empowerment” in any attempt to deal with the thorny problem of illegal squatting. Read More

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‘Push healthy foods’ at school

13 August 2019

School canteens must become more creative in selling healthier foods if the growth in the number of cases of childhood obesity is to be arrested. Read More

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Asthma sufferers urged to evacuate districts affected by smoke

13 August 2019

The public is advised that the emergency services are currently dealing with a fire at B's Recycling in St Thomas. Communities in the area are expected to be affected by heavy smoke. Read More

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UPDATE: Fire at recycling business

13 August 2019

The Barbados Fire Service is advising residents who live downwind of the fire at B’s Recycling Plant in Cane Garden, St Thomas, to take every precaution, including leave their homes. Read More

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Fire at recycling business

13 August 2019

There is a fire at B’s Recycling at Cane Garden, St Thomas. Read More

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