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The island’s largest public sector union breaks ranks with its sister unions on the fate of a school girl accused of spitting on, and kicking a teacher.
Environmental health officials warn Barbadians to do the right thing, after a private trucker was caught dumping illegally and forced to clean up his mess.
Private operators of public service vehicles tell Government to rescind a decision to bar them from using Baxters Road as a means out of the City…see more in our morning update.

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