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Kellman and Inniss react to Haynesville fire

Kellman and Inniss react to Haynesville fire

Minister of Housing Denis Kellman and his Cabinet colleague, the Member of Parliament for St James South, Donville Inniss, appear to differ over who is responsible for maintaining National Housing Corporation (NHC) units in Haynesville, St James. Following a Boxing Day fire which destroyed one dwelling and damaged two neighbouring units, and which some residents […]

Popular choice

Popular choice

The legal fraternity has reacted with elation to news of the imminent appointment of one of their own as the Queen’s chief representative here. Several attorneys-at-law and at least one magistrate came out swiftly in support of 68-year-old Appeal Court Judge Madame Justice Sandra Prunella Mason’s elevation to the post of Governor General, with Queen’s […]

Bradshaw makes bail

Bradshaw makes bail

A St Joseph man, accused of wounding another man, has been released on $3,000 bail. It is alleged that Romell Treyton Bradshaw, of Tourville Road, Horse Hill, unlawfully wounded Terance Thompson on December 22 with intent to main, disfigure or disable him or to cause him serious bodily harm. Bradshaw was not required to plead […]

No bail for fraud accused

No bail for fraud accused

A 28-year-old man, charged with a number of fraud offences, has been remanded to HMP Dodds until January 24. Jerome Omar Waterman, of Sisnett Road, Martindales Road, St Michael, is accused of issuing a forged RBC Royal Bank (Barbados) Limited cheque in the name of Ryan Ray Clark to Fusionz Boutique on June 19 in […]

Reputed thief caught loitering with screwdriver and wire cutters

Reputed thief caught loitering with screwdriver and wire cutters

A reputed thief, who appeared in the District ‘A’ Magistrates’ Court today charged with two criminal offences, has been released on $2,500 bail. Narie Leslie Hinds, of King Street, St Michael, is accused of loitering around Armstrong Agencies on Boxing Day, with intent to commit theft. He is further accused of having in his possession […]

BIBA gives back to youth

BIBA gives back to youth

The Barbados International Business Association (BIBA) Charity, with the help of its members and the business community, gave back to the youth of Barbados during the festive season. “The international business sector continually makes tangible contributions to the wider community, but at this time of year, we focus especially on Barbados’ children,” said trustee of […]

From humble beginnings to GG

From humble beginnings to GG

Today, Prime Minister Freundel Stuart announced that distinguished jurist Sandra Mason will be officially appointed as Barbados’ eighth Governor General on January 8, 2018. In March 2016, Barbados TODAY featured Madam Justice Mason in our women’s day magazine – Breaking Down Barriers Here is the story of a woman who first dreamed of becoming a […]

Police search for missing St Michael teenager

Police search for missing St Michael teenager

Police are searching for a 14-year-old girl who has been missing for almost a week. She is Destiny Meisha Haynes-Harris of #67 Lodge Crescent, Eden Lodge, St Michael. She was last seen by her mother Merisha Haynes who lives at 1st Avenue, Farnum Land, Chapman Lane around 4:10 p.m.,  last Thursday, December 21 when she […]

St Peter man pleads guilty to burglaries

St Peter man pleads guilty to burglaries

A St Peter man was today referred to the Psychiatric Hospital after pleading guilty to a string of burglaries in Maynard’s, St Peter. Nineteen-year-old Denni Pierre Collymore, of #19 Circular Drive, Sunset Heights, Maynard’s, appeared before Magistrate Wanda Blair in the Holetown Magistrate’s Court on 13 counts of burglary. The crimes were committed in Maynard’s […]