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Grinding losses

Grinding losses

by Emmanuel Joseph Grinding of canes has finally resumed in this year’s sugar crop, but Barbados will end up producing much more molasses and less sugar because of the deteriorating state of the over 1,000 tonnes of cane that remained on the compound of the Portvale Sugar Factory during its eight-day work stoppage. General manager [...]

Remanded

Remanded

  Thirty-five year old Terry Haynes has been remanded to prison after appearing in the District “A” Magistrate Court today in connection with Friday’s discovery…

Out on bail

Out on bail

The postman accused of importing drugs is out on $12,000 bail. Thirty-nine-year old Ondrea Griffin of Waverly Cot, St George, who appeared in the District…

Disabled beach training

Disabled beach training

  by George Alleyne   Some members of Breakfast Club of Barbados (BCB) Council for the Disabled are today at Browne’s Beach in a training…

Private security companies eye self-regulation

Private security companies eye self-regulation

Private security companies throughout Barbados have started a process that could lead to self-regulation, and they’re looking to the   insurance industry as a model. The…

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On show

On show

Locally created arts and craft are on show at the Easter craft fair underway at Limegrove Lifestyle Centre.…

Back to work

Back to work

Grinding of cane at the Portvale Sugar Factory is due to resume this afternoon following strike action. And…

Barbadian cricketer injured in accident

Barbadian cricketer injured in accident

Barbadian cricketer Kemar Roach had a close call this morning when he apparently lost control of his V8…

Postman charged with importing drugs

A postman is facing four drug charges, including importing cannabis, almost three months after a package containing the…

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