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Following are the squad lists for the Regional Under-15 Tournament, starting tomorrow in Barbados:
All workers of Barbados are invited to participate in the national demonstration which citizens of Barbados and workers of Barbados will be staging on Monday, July 24, 2017.
Barbados remains a safe and secure place for residents and visitors despite a recent spike in crime.
And, with the Crop Over season expected to move into high gear over the coming weeks, Acting Commissioner of Police Tyrone Griffith, has sounded the warning bell to expect more stop and searches as lawmen seek to weed out the criminal element and ensure the safety of others.
Members of the public are advised that fraudulent messages have been circulating on Facebook and by cell phone purporting to come from Barbados Prime Minister Freundel Stuart.
AN EXTENSIVE campaign titled ‘#PaceYourself’ to encourage Barbadians to drink responsibly has been launched by Mount Gay Distilleries for its current financial year.
Commercial Director Remy-cointreau Barbados, David Sealy said that as the oldest rum producer in Barbados, now celebrating 314 years, Mount Gay decided it had a responsibility to ensure that the society is consuming its product responsibly.
Police are conducting investigations into the circumstances surrounding the Unnatural Deaths of two (2) men, which occurred sometime between the 1st and 2nd days of July 2017, whilst at Prerogative House, Wilkinson Road, Prerogative, St. George Barbados.
Economist and Barbados Labour Party’s Candidate for Christ Church East Central Ryan Straughn says he is concerned that as of Saturday July 1st, 2017 Barbadians have to pay more for almost every single item they consume or otherwise use on a daily basis; as he reflects on the impact of the National Social Responsibility Levy which he says will be , “A bitter and painful reality for all of us.”
Please see Statement from Straughn below
Police are continuing their investigations into the unnatural death of Nathan Tyrell Green 19 years of Emerald Park West, St. Philip.
- Interest rate savings on domestic debt
Government will seek to re-profile its debt by engaging the Central Bank of Barbados and the National Insurance Scheme to discuss a possible swap programme where they and government can re-issue some existing securities in their portfolios at lower interest rates agreed by the parties.
The CARICOM Single Market and Economy (CSME), the Community’s Strategic Plan, and internationally agreed goals, including those from the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development, will be taken into account as preparations begin for the upcoming Round of Population and Housing Census.
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