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Breeders Classic runs off tomorrow

Breeders Classic runs off tomorrow

Margo Atkinson’s five-year-old bay horse Spartacus will be looking for his first stakes score in the Super Lotto Breeders Classic going the 1800 meters distance for locally bred animals at the Garrison Savannah tomorrow. A ten-horse field flushed with talent that includes three Barbados Derby winners in the field will ensure that race fans are in for a […]

BWA working on south coast sewage woes

BWA working on south coast sewage woes

Crews of the Wastewater Division (WWD) of the Barbados Water Authority (BWA) are currently on the scene of overflows on the south coast – notably Hastings, Worthing and Rendezvous in Christ Church. These overflows are due to a breach in the network system and a block in the sewage lines. Following a strategy meeting at […]

Serious accident at Pilgrim Road

Serious accident at Pilgrim Road

At this hour police are on the scene of a serious accident at Pilgrim Road, Christ Church. Details are still sketchy, but the driver of a heavy-duty vehicle had to be rushed to hospital by ambulance after smashing into a wall. Up to 11:30 p.m. the road remained impassable following the 10 p.m. accident.  

St Michael man transferred from ‘Mental’ to Dodds

St Michael man transferred from ‘Mental’ to Dodds

A 50-year-old man, charged with an indictable offence, has been transferred from the Psychiatric Hospital to Dodds Prison. Junior Abraham Stephen Roberts, of Stuarts Land, Fairfield, Black Rock, St Michael, was not required to plead to the charge that he inflicted serious bodily harm on Phillip Stuart on July 1, with intent to maim, disfigure […]

Whitehall gets away with time served

Whitehall gets away with time served

A 47-year-old man walked out of the District ‘A’ Magistrates’ Court a free man today after begging for mercy. MacDonald Ricardo Whitehall, of Vaucluse Tenantry, Shop Hill, St Thomas, had been on remand at HMP Dodds since February this year on a harassment charge. And after pleading guilty to assaulting Antonio Small in July 2016, […]

Man caught with stolen mattress in Bridgetown

Man caught with stolen mattress in Bridgetown

A 39-year-old man, who was caught red-handed carrying a stolen mattress through The City, has been remanded to the Psychiatric Hospital. Anderson Sylvester Als, of no fixed place of abode, took the $100 mattress from the Hurd building on November 22 after breaking in. Police, responding to an alarm, spotted Als carrying, on his head, […]

Risky move

Risky move

A 36-year-old man, who took “a risk” in driving an uninsured motorcar without a driver’s licence, has one month to pay the District ‘A’ Magistrates’ Court $1,100 in fines. Kevin Antonio McConney, of Bedford Lane, Roebuck Street, St Michael, was driving the motorcar around 2:30 this morning, along Hastings Main Road, when he was pulled […]

At a loss

At a loss

A private, yet highly disturbing family feud is now being played in the open as the mother of late police constable Wallace Hayden Odain Greenidge of Four Hill, Indian Ground, St Peter goes public with her dismay at being left out of the planning for her son’s funeral. Beulah Greenidge has left little doubt about […]

BLP promises to right White Hill wrong

BLP promises to right White Hill wrong

The Barbados Labour Party (BLP) has given the strongest indication yet that it plans to move the people of White Hill, St Andrew, and it was willing to get involved in a battle over land in St James in order to achieve this. The party’s chairman and Member of Parliament for St Andrew George Payne […]