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Police are conducting investigation into the circumstances surrounding a Road fatality which occurred sometime around 4:00 am, on Saturday the 20th of January 2018, along Belle Gully Road, St. Michael, which resulted in the death of Alberto Fabrisco Samuel, 35 years of Green Hill, St. Michael, and formerly of Indian Ground, St.Peter, and injuries to Sara Gibson, 19 years of Dodds Land, St.Philip.
Members of the Drug Squad have arrested and formally charged a Barbadian, and two (2) Vincentian Nationals in relation to the drug seizure On Sunday the 14th of January 2018, approximately11.8 nautical miles off the Cement Plant, Checker Hall, St. Lucy, where Fifteen (15) polythene bags and two taped packages, containing 768.24lbs of Cannabis were seized.
A multifaceted response to intellectual property rights infringements or counterfeiting is being recommended by Minister of Industry, International Business, Commerce and Small Business Development, Donville Inniss, amid growing threats to Barbados.
The Barbados Integrity Movement (BIM) recognizes that the current state of the South Coast sewage system is a looming national health crisis in the making!
BIM feels compelled to act at this time to ensure that this national crisis is managed and resolved so as not to escalate to epidemic proportions. In this regard, we are going to reach out to international entities to solicit assistance with addressing the issues whether they be technical or social.
Police are investigating an attempted kidnapping near the Hilton in Port of Spain on Saturday night.
Sixteen people died in traffic accidents during Dominican Republic’s New Year celebration, the Emergency Operations Center (COE) reported yesterday.
Journalist Janice Budd has died, after being diagnosed with cancer several months ago.
Within nine hours on New Year’s Day in Trinidad, the island recorded four homicides.
Brandon Khan was liming with friends at a New Year's eve party at Goodwill Street, Enterprise, when shots were fired shortly after midnight.
Cricket West Indies (CWI) is saddened by the death of former Regional Umpire Clyde Cumberbatch. CWI wishes to extend sincerest condolences to his family and friends. Cumberbatch was a respected official in the cricketing fraternity, officiating in 12 Test Matches all involving the West Indies over a period of 14 years, from 1981-1995.
The celebration of the Christmas Season has been synonymous with the promotion of peace, joy and good will.
The events of the year 2017 have tended to place a damper on the realization of these ideals which underpin the civility of the society in which we live. Unfortunately there has been a phenomenal rise in negativity and this has replicated itself across the Caribbean region.