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The Department of Environmental Health continues to crack down on illegal dumping in St Thomas.
Prime Minister Freundel Stuart is expected to sign and ratify the Paris Agreement on Climate Change on Friday.
The legal fraternity tells Attorney General Adriel Brathwaite there is no need to rush a new Legal Professions Act.  These stories and more in the Barbados TODAY afternoon news update.

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