Complainant ordered to pay court

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A man who claimed to have been seriously harmed by two other men has been ordered to pay the High Court $1,500 in three months, after dropping the case. Conan Kenelm Ashby of Coles Road, Bournes Village, St George, and Shane Omar Callendar of Glebe Land, St George had been […]

No meddling

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The 15-nation Caribbean Community (CARICOM) is not about to interfere in the internal affairs of Venezuela, despite the recent uprising against the Nicolas Maduro administration. The matter came up for discussion on Wednesday at their three-day summit in Grenada, with a Caracas delegation headed by foreign minister Samuel Moncada in […]

Bread stick

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Government’s vexing National Social Responsibility Levy (NSRL) which took effect almost a week ago continues to hang like a cloud of confusion over some retailers, as there appears to be a split among major bakeries on how to apply the tax. While the island’s largest bakery, Purity Bakeries, has gone […]

Shake-up of schools’ principals

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A shake-up of secondary school principals is under way. When the new term begins in September, Captain Michael Boyce, the current head of The Lester Vaughan School, will be take up the reins at Frederick Smith Secondary School in Trents, St James, Barbados TODAY understands. Boyce is among five principals […]

Shake-up of schools’ principals

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A shake-up of secondary school principals is under way. When the new term begins in September, Captain Michael Boyce, the current head of The Lester Vaughan School, will be take up the reins at Frederick Smith Secondary School in Trents, St James, Barbados TODAY understands. Boyce is among five principals […]

Shake-up of schools’ principals

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A shake-up of secondary school principals is under way. When the new term begins in September, Captain Michael Boyce, the current head of The Lester Vaughan School, will be take up the reins at Frederick Smith Secondary School in Trents, St James, Barbados TODAY understands. Boyce is among five principals […]

Shake-up of schools’ principals

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A shake-up of secondary school principals is under way. When the new term begins in September, Captain Michael Boyce, the current head of The Lester Vaughan School, will be take up the reins at Frederick Smith Secondary School in Trents, St James, Barbados TODAY understands. Boyce is among five principals […]

Jordan finally gets bail

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Amal Sudheer Jordan was finally granted his freedom Wednesday after several bail applications and four months on remand, but not without some stringent conditions. His release came after several hard fought battles between his lawyer Romario Straker and the police prosecutor in the District ‘A’ Magistrates’ Court. Jordan, who was […]

Distressed parents

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It was a mix of anger and bewilderment as parents of students attending Alma Parris Memorial Secondary School filed out of the Ministry of Education’s Constitution Road headquarters this afternoon following a 2 p.m. meeting with officials. Some parents also expressed shock over the sudden announcement of the school’s closure […]

Crop Over can be secular without being dirty

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It’s hard to miss that Crop Over is in full swing – the pulsating sounds of soca, these days more bashment than ever, and of course, the fetes and other events. What is also back, and sadly so, is the looseness, lawlessness and inconceivable conduct of some who would have us believe […]