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Bajan freed of drug charges in Jamaica

Bajan freed of drug charges in Jamaica

A Barbadian man who was charged with drug trafficking in Jamaica was freed when he appeared in court yesterday. Darnell McArthur Browne was charged on Wednesday, after the police intercepted a vehicle in which he was a passenger and seized 17 pounds of ganja. Two other men were also detained. Browne was travelling to the Norman [...]

St Thomas MP wants help for displaced residents

St Thomas MP wants help for displaced residents

Parliamentary representative for St Thomas Cynthia Forde has called on Government to reserve at least two or three units in every housing project for persons…

Teachers honoured

They put service above all else and must be applauded, said Education Minister Ronald Jones last night as he congratulated ten teachers for attaining the…

Don’t Panic

Authorities in Barbados say they have been taking the necessary precautions to ensure that the island remains Ebola free, as the deadly disease continues to…

Bigger attraction

Bigger attraction

The acquisition of five parcels of land at Sturges and Welchman Hall, St Thomas is expected to enhance the development of Harrison’s Cave in that…

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Student loan boom

Student loan boom

Government’s Student Revolving Loan Fund (SRLF) has approved approximately $20 million in new loan applications up to September…

Sir Charles: Confidence returning

Amid ongoing gloom, some top officials in the local construction sector are reporting an increase in confidence in…

Staying put

Staying put

Despite concerns expressed by nearby residents and the outrage by parents of students attending the nearby St Ursuline…

Surprise strike at BHL

Surprise strike at BHL

Operations at the island’s largest beverage manufacturer Banks Holding Limited (BHL) were abruptly halted this morning after disgruntled…

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