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Postman charged with importing drugs

A postman is facing four drug charges, including importing cannabis, almost three months after a package containing the illegal drug was found at the General Post Office. Ondrea Griffin, 39, of Waverly Cot, St George has been accused of possession, possession with intent to supply, trafficking and importation of five pounds of cannabis. According to [...]

Man charged with ganja crop find

Man charged with ganja crop find

A 35-year-old man has been charged in connection with this morning’s discovery of a marijuana farm in St. David’s Village. Terry Haynes, a resident of Welch Village, St. John, who was detained during the operation carried out around 5 am, will face the court tomorrow for possession, possession with intent to supply, trafficking and cultivation [...]

Fire at Popular Supermarket

Fire at Popular Supermarket

Disaster was averted when a fire broke out on the compound of Popular Supermarket in Spooner’s Hill, St Michael this afternoon. Ten fire officers in two tenders responded to a call around 2 pm that boxes stored in the yard had caught fire. They were able to extinguish the blaze. Operations at the supermarket have not been [...]

Bajans do well at 2014 Martinique Chess Open

Bajans do well at 2014 Martinique Chess Open

Bajan chess players were among the prize winnes at the 3rd Martinique Chess Open tournament held over the last week in Martinique. A strong contingent led by national champion FIDE master Orlando Husbands, International master Terry Farley, FIDE master Delilse Warner, Allon Richards, Bryan Husbands and Kelvin Daniel competed in an 88-strong player field which [...]

Dragsters hitting the road on Saturday

Dragsters hitting the road on Saturday

Street-legal vehicles only for “The Rematch” of the Barbados Association of Dragsters Association (BADD) at Thicketts, St Philip on Saturday starting at 2 p.m. That’s the new rule for all motor sport events from this year and added to the guidelines for the operation of motor-sport in Barbados. And co-ordinator of the event Michael “Chubb” [...]

Churches taking the track

Six major evangelical churches from across the island will come together to challenge each other for the Kindred Sports Challenge Trophy at the National Stadium on April 21. The event was started two years ago with three churches and has grown to include six churches with thousands of members and supporters. Covenant Life Teaching Centre [...]

Scotibank gives to NICU at hospital

Scotibank gives to NICU at hospital

Health care causes got a shot in the arm recently, thanks to the efforts of Scotiabank staff members who contributed a combined $5,400 to the Queen Elizabeth Hospital’s Neo-Natal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) and the Barbados Alzheimer’s Association. The money was raised through the work of the employee action teams at the bank’s Corporate & [...]

QEH not on pause for new location, says Boyce

The delivery of health care services at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital (QEH) will not be put on pause while the location of a new hospital is discussed. This was underscored by Minister of Health John Boyce yesterday evening, as he addressed the opening of the new Cardiac Suite at the QEH. Boyce said that while [...]

Good day, good news

    Tomorrow, Friday, April 18, is Columnists Day, and would you believe that all daysoftheyear.com had to say was “newspapers are a huge part of our society and daily life; Columnists Day celebrates the work of the people who research, write and produce our newspapers”?   Tomorrow, April 18, is also Wear Your Pajamas [...]

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