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Farmers’ cry

Farmers’ cry

The Barbados Egg and Poultry Producers Association (BEPPA) is warning that the survival of the industry is at a crossroads and will be under serious threat if the body representing hotels does not sign on to a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with the agriculture industry. Pig farmers, dairy farmers and the fruit and vegetable growers [...]

SOS from St Michael residents

SOS from St Michael residents

Residents of a St Michael community are appealing to authorities for urgent help in cleaning up their neighborhood as several of them complain of falling…

GET WITH IT

GET WITH IT

A former director at the Caribbean Examinations Council (CXC) has suggested that the days of free tertiary education in Barbados are over and Barbadians have…

Grazettes Primary closes for the week

There has been another disruption to classes at the Grazettes Primary School. It will now be closed for the remainder of the week while, according…

Police constable charged

A police officer who allegedly demanded money from a man to drop two traffic cases, was released on $5,000 bail when he appeared in the…

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Policeman charged for abuse of public office

Policeman charged for abuse of public office

It is alleged that Constable Renair Jemmott demanded money from a man to drop two traffic cases.…

Mottley: Fiscal progress a total failure

Government’s 19-month fiscal adjustment programme is on track to fail, leader of the Opposition Mia Mottley has predicted,…

Promotions pressure

Promotions pressure

Acting Commissioner of Police Tyrone Griffith is facing pressure over reports that he has put forward a list…

‘Change the law’

‘Change the law’

A member of the Freundel Stuart Cabinet is recommending the removal of the provision in the Bail Act…

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