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Police going to live facial recognition cameras in London

25 January 2020

LONDON – British police are to start operational use of live facial recognition (LFR) cameras in London, despite warnings over privacy from rights groups and concerns expressed by the government’s own surveillance watchdog. Read More

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Graham wins $10 000 for PAREDOS

25 January 2020

The Parents Education for Development in Barbados (PAREDOS) received a most welcomed $10 000 donation on Thursday, thanks to its former head. Read More

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‘We all need an anchor’

25 January 2020

Everyone should have an anchor during trying times says Senator, The Reverend John Rogers as he delivered the sermon at the funeral of policeman Ryan Delano Spencer Coppin yesterday. Read More

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Abortion still taboo, says Hinds

25 January 2020

Women still have to convince the public that the challenges they face in dealing with abortion are not a figment of their imagination, says Marsha Hinds, president of the National Organisation of Women (NOW). Read More

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Relief for Govt units’ occupants

25 January 2020

Some of those living in Government housing schemes are now less anxious about the electrical wiring in their units catching afire. Read More

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STAND UP, DEMS!

25 January 2020

Democratic Labour Party (DLP) members have been urged by leader Verla De Peiza to stand up in defence of the organisation. Read More

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Bulls hold off Cavs to win

24 January 2020

League champions Burger King Clapham Bulls were challenged by knockout kings Station Hill Cavaliers, but came away with a narrow two-point victory in the opening exchanges of the 2020 Barbados Amateur Basketball Association’s Co-Operators General Insurance Premier League... Read More

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Mayers full of Pride

24 January 2020

In-form Kyle Mayers notched his second half-century of the match to put Barbados Pride in the ascendancy despite a fightback by Jamaica Scorpions on the second day of their third round Regional Four-Day Championship match in Jamaica yesterday. Read More

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Ambulance driveway at QEH closed for road marking

24 January 2020

The ambulance driveway leading from the Queen Elizabeth Hospital’s (QEH) main vehicular point of entry to the Accident and Emergency Department will be closed to vehicular traffic this weekend. Read More

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CDB banking on youth

24 January 2020

A regional financial institution will be banking more on the success of young people during the next five years. Read More

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Ministry finds classrooms for L.T. Gay students

24 January 2020

Students in Class 1 to 3 at Lawrence T. Gay Memorial Primary School will be back to school next week. Read More

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Liverpool keep on winning

24 January 2020

WOLVERHAMPTON, England – Runaway leaders Liverpool extended their Premier League advantage to 16 points with a hard-fought 2-1 win at Wolverhampton Wanderers on Thursday thanks to goals from Jordan Henderson and Roberto Firmino. Read More

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China accuses USA of tarnishing its reputation

24 January 2020

KINGSTON, Jamaica – The Chinese Embassy in Kingston has described as irresponsible a statement made by United States Secretary of State, Mike Pompeo, concerning the Asian nation’s investment in Jamaica and the wider Caribbean. Read More

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Coronavirus declared an emergency in China

24 January 2020

GENEVA/BEIJING – The World Health Organisation (WHO) called a new coronavirus that has killed 18 people in China and infected around 650 globally “an emergency in China” on Thursday, but stopped short of declaring the epidemic of international concern. Read More

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Not mutiny, says ex PRO

24 January 2020

A former public relations officer of the Barbados Union of Teachers (BUT), who has led the way into forcing a no-confidence motion against president Sean Spencer, is hoping a special general meeting of the union can be fast-tracked. Read More

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Windies U-19s crush Nigeria

24 January 2020

KIMBERLEY – Captain Kimani Melius and Matthew Patrick struck half-centuries as West Indies crushed hapless Nigeria by 246 runs to storm into the quarter-finals of the ICC Under-19 World Cup with an unbeaten record yesterday. Read More

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Oval outfield not up to mark

24 January 2020

The outfield at Kensington Oval has been given the thumbs-down by the International Cricket Council (ICC). Read More

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‘Weak pace’ of growth for 2020

24 January 2020

Caribbean economist Marla Dukharan expects the Barbados economy to grow this year. Read More

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Backlog ease ‘by monthend’

24 January 2020

Comptroller of Customs Owen Holder is giving Barbadians the assurance that by next Friday, the backlog in clearing containers at the Bridgetown Port should be considerably reduced. Read More

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MISSING: Obrien Decoursey White

23 January 2020

The Royal Barbados Police Force is seeking the assistance of the public in locating missing man, Obrien Decoursey White. Read More

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Caravan of migrants reaches Mexico

23 January 2020

MEXICO CITY – Hundreds of Central Americans crossed the Guatemalan border into Mexico early on Thursday, testing the Mexican government’s resolve to stem the movement of people north under pressure from the United States. Read More

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