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NO STAPLES… no nails


It was the directive of the Barbados Light & Power to political parties this election with the large number of posters and other paraphernalia being affixed to utility poles. Stating staples and nails were a danger to its linesmen, BL&P asked parties to desist, but somewhere along the way everyone seems not to have gotten the message. Today in Oistins, these men were busy “painting” the place red, with staple guns in hand. (LB)

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