Theft costs Watts time and money


One hundred and eighty hours of community service and an order to compensate the victim. That was the sentence imposed today by Magistrate Douglas Frederick on 25-year-old Dwayne Shamar Watts, after he admitted stealing a power inverter valued at $319.99 and a folding knife worth $39.99, the property of James Tasker. The court also instructed […]

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Lost paradise waiting to be regained?

If past behaviour serves as a reliable guide for predicting the future, then it stands to reason that Barbadians can pretty much expect more of the same in 2017 from an adrift, beleaguered and unpopular Democratic Labour Party (DLP) regime. Old habits die hard, ancient wisdom reminds us. Considering this […]