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SWEET RELIEF

SWEET RELIEF

Sugar farmers have been promised they will get the money they need to plant crops this season, but a tough-talking Prime Minister Freundel Stuart has accused plantation owners and stakeholders of being responsible for the decline of the industry. Stuart gave both the assurance and rebuke after farmers complained that monies were still outstanding from […]

Crackdown

Crackdown

Hours after the island’s top cop declared a crackdown on crooked law enforcers, one police officer was among three men slapped with drug charges. Special…

Overhaul

Overhaul

Prime Minister Freundel Stuart is blaming the complexity of the existing Value Added Tax (VAT) Act and cash flow challenges for the delays in paying…

More police stations coming

More police stations coming

Construction on a series of police stations and civic centres is expected to start at strategic locations across Barbados by June this year. Addressing the…

BT celebrates with St Matthew’s

BT celebrates with St Matthew’s

Barbados TODAY continued its fifth anniversary celebrations with a number of activities, including another school visit. The team visited the St Matthew’s Primary School in…

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Elderly woman charged with theft

A 77-year-old St Michael woman was granted bail today after appearing in court and denying stealing several items…

Police need help in shooting probe

Police need help in shooting probe

Police need help getting to the bottom of the fatal shooting of Shamir Nicholas over the weekend. Nicholas,…

Shooting and attempted robbery in Bayville

Lawmen are investigating a shooting and attempted robbery at a minimart in Bayville last night. They say two…

Man charged with several burglaries

Police have caught a man who was wanted for several burglaries. Matthew Renaldo Boyce, 27, of no fixed…

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