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4H Club members clean up Silver Sands Beach

4H Club members clean up Silver Sands Beach

Members of the southern division of the 4H Club spent part of their Saturday morning cleaning up the Silver Sands Beach. The small team of students from the St Christopher Primary School and members of the Rices, St Philip community gathered on the popular surfing spot to remove debris and sargassum seaweed that covered the […]

St Michael man wanted by the police

St Michael man wanted by the police

Police are seeking the public’s assistance in locating 25-year-old Dario Devon Drayton who is wanted in connection with serious criminal matters. Drayton, who is also known as ‘Scooby’ or ‘Luke’,  is last known to reside at Turton Gap, Gittens Road, Government Hill, St Michael. He is about  5’ 6” in height, slim build, of light […]

UPDATE: Teens charged with murder

UPDATE: Teens charged with murder

Murder accused 17-year-old Kadeem Torian Wilkinson and 17-year-old Torell Sergio Holligan appeared before Magistrate Bannister in the District ‘A’ Court today. Wilkinson, of Todds Land, St George, and Holligan, of #1 Pool Land, St John, were jointly charged with the murder of  48-year-old Kenrick Spooner of #1 Pool Land, St John. They were not required […]

Woolworth announces support for Monday’s march

Woolworth announces support for Monday’s march

Yet another business in the private sector has announced its support for Monday’s national march called by trade unions and the Barbados Private Sector Association (BPSA). In a statement on its Facebook page, Woolworth Barbados gave early notice to its customers about its intention to join the march. “To our valuable customers, please note that […]

Barbadian launches Caribbean equivalent of Facebook

Barbadian launches Caribbean equivalent of Facebook

Facebook, Twitter, and other social media websites have become a way of life for people all over the world over the last decade, but has anyone ever considered “localizing” them to suit the needs of their own section of the globe? That is what drove Barbadian graphic artist and web designer, Daniel De Souza, to come […]

Thousands of gallons of water wasted

Thousands of gallons of water wasted

Member of Parliament for St Michael West Central James Paul is criticizing the Barbados Water Authority (BWA) over its slow response to a burst main in the Grazettes area. Paul told Barbados TODAY that the water started gushing out around 12:30 last night and he was alerted to the situation about 6 this morning. He […]

“Senseless” murder sparks outrage

“Senseless” murder sparks outrage

The tragic death of Colleen Payne, the 58 year old day care worker who died earlier this week after she was shot during an apparent robbery at an ATM machine, has sparked outrage and reignited debate about hanging as the appropriate punishment for killing another human being in some cases. Payne, a resident of Lodge […]

St Michael teens remanded

St Michael teens remanded

Police have arrested and jointly charged two St Michael teenagers in connection with a case of robbery. They are 18-year-old Khalil Lavar Hurley of Scotts Gap, Brittons Hill and 16-year-old Ranaco Fabico Richard Bovell of Villa Road, Brittons Hill. The two were charged with robbing 57-year-old Frederick Powlett, a member of the Rhema Apostolic Deliverance […]

Teens charged with murder

Teens charged with murder

Police have arrested and jointly charged 17-year-old Kadeem Torian Wilkinson of Todds Land, St George and 17-year-old Torell Sergio Holligan of #1 Pool Land, St John in connection with the murder of 48-year-old Kenrick Spooner of #1 Pool Land, St John. Spooner’s body was discovered sometime after 5 p.m. on Thursday, July 13, 2017, at […]