St Michael man remanded on firearms charges

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Nineteen-year-old St Michael resident, Tristan Kemar Scott, was today remanded to prison after appearing in court on firearms and ammunition charges. Police say Scott, of Military Road, Bush Hall, St Michael, was arrested and charged with unlawful possession of a firearm, and unlawful possession of six rounds of ammunition on February 23, after they discovered […]

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Gov’t reviews Kensington Oval lease arrangements

Minister of Sports Stephen Lashley has dismissed media reports that Government is planning to acquire Kensington Oval, even as he admitted that the current lease arrangements were unsustainable. A statement issued by the Barbados Government Information Service (BGIS) this afternoon said Government was “carefully reviewing” the lease arrangements at Kensington Oval […]

St Michael man remanded on firearms charges

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Nineteen-year-old St Michael resident, Tristan Kemar Scott, was today remanded to prison after appearing in court on firearms and ammunition charges. Police say Scott, of Military Road, Bush Hall, St Michael, was arrested and charged with unlawful possession of a firearm, and unlawful possession of six rounds of ammunition on February 23, after they discovered […]

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Gov’t reviews Kensington Oval lease arrangements

Minister of Sports Stephen Lashley has dismissed media reports that Government is planning to acquire Kensington Oval, even as he admitted that the current lease arrangements were unsustainable. A statement issued by the Barbados Government Information Service (BGIS) this afternoon said Government was “carefully reviewing” the lease arrangements at Kensington Oval […]

St Michael man remanded on firearms charges

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Nineteen-year-old St Michael resident, Tristan Kemar Scott, was today remanded to prison after appearing in court on firearms and ammunition charges. Police say Scott, of Military Road, Bush Hall, St Michael, was arrested and charged with unlawful possession of a firearm, and unlawful possession of six rounds of ammunition on February 23, after they discovered […]

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Gov’t reviews Kensington Oval lease arrangements

Minister of Sports Stephen Lashley has dismissed media reports that Government is planning to acquire Kensington Oval, even as he admitted that the current lease arrangements were unsustainable. A statement issued by the Barbados Government Information Service (BGIS) this afternoon said Government was “carefully reviewing” the lease arrangements at Kensington Oval […]