Tuesday, April 23, 2024

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Oistins’ Magistrates’ Court closed early

The Oistins’ Magistrates’ Court has been closed after a bed bug was found in a chair inside the court this morning. As a result, Magistrate Deidre McKenna adjourned all of...

BUT action call

President of the Barbados Union of Teachers (BUT) Rudy Lovell wants Government to move urgently to address some...

Labourer’s death ‘a lesson for employers’

CONSTRUCTION WORKER Andell McGarell’s death should not be in vain. Minister of Labour Colin Jordan made that point as...

Teenager owns up to stealing cell phone

A TEENAGER who went viral after she stole a fast food restaurant patron’s phone was given an opportunity...

Tens of thousands of Israelis rally in Tel Aviv demanding Gaza hostage deal

Opponents of Israeli PM Benjamin Netanyahu say 100,000 people have rallied against the government and to demand a...

Barbados’ caution

Barbados is on board with the effort to integrate environmental and trade policies, but Government is wary about the potential negative impact of measures...

Killer of six not accepting blame

The man convicted of ending the lives of six women when he firebombed the Campus Trendz store does not believe he was responsible for...

DPP: Start at 35 years for killer

NOT 20, NOT 25, not even 30. None of those figures, said the island’s top prosecutor, should be the starting point of any sentence for...

Lester Vaughan School closed for rest of the week

The Lester Vaughan School will be closed for the remainder of the week. Officials from the Ministry of Education are currently at the school at...

Police called in at Good Shepherd Primary School

Parents of students at Good Shepherd Primary School were called to return for their children shortly after dropping them off yesterday, as police carried...

Kensington Oval construction on track

Construction work at Kensington Oval is going smoothly as the venue is set to be ready in time to host its first fixture in...