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August 31, 2016 - Weekend racing promises much excitement Jamaica’s Timothy Stewart and ... +++ August 31, 2016 - Gunplay leaves residents cowering in fear Residents of Harpers Land, Sargent ... +++ August 31, 2016 - Police probe shooting   Police are continuing invest ... +++ August 31, 2016 - ‘e-book revolution’ being held back Local and regional publishers are h ... +++ August 31, 2016 - Facelift for Westbury Primary When the bell rings to begin the ne ... +++ August 31, 2016 - McClean sees broken trident as symbol of patriotism Minister of Foreign Affairs Senator ... +++
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Gunplay leaves residents cowering in fear

Gunplay leaves residents cowering in fear

Residents of Harpers Land, Sargent Village, Christ Church are fearful for their lives after a man was shot in the area this morning. While police had yet to determine the motive for the shooting of 20-year-old Demarco Polo Coombs, residents believed it was linked to a robbery that took place last night. Coombs of Bartlett […]

Police probe shooting

Police probe shooting

  Police are continuing investigations into the shooting of Demarco Coombs, 20, of Bartlett Tenantry, Sargeant Village, Christ Church. Coombs received a gunshot injury to…

‘e-book revolution’ being held back

‘e-book revolution’ being held back

Local and regional publishers are holding back the e-book revolution and denying students access to electronic textbooks, one online bookstore has claimed. Caribbean Shared Educational…

Facelift for Westbury Primary

Facelift for Westbury Primary

When the bell rings to begin the new academic year on September 12, Westbury Primary School will have a new look and feel to it.…

McClean sees broken trident as symbol of patriotism

McClean sees broken trident as symbol of patriotism

Minister of Foreign Affairs Senator Maxine McClean today presented the commemorative broken trident as a symbol of nationalism, saying she was hoping it would ignite…





‘It’s slavery’

‘It’s slavery’

A local religious leader has likened illegal drug use to slavery and has committed his ministry to rescuing…

Thompson endures third straight day of questioning

Thompson endures third straight day of questioning

Director of the Barbados Vocational Training Board (BVTB) Henderson Thompson today underwent a third straight day of intense…

Lorde: Don’t place asset tax on credit unions

Lorde: Don’t place asset tax on credit unions

University of the West Indies economist Dr Troy Lorde is dismissing calls by commercial banks for the recently…

IMF report no surprise – Sinckler

IMF report no surprise – Sinckler

The latest report from the International Monetary Fund (IMF) on the Barbados economy came as no surprise to…

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