Individuals wanted by police – Barbados Today


The Royal Barbados Police Force is seeking the assistance of the public in identifying persons of interest. Anyone who can assist in identifying any of these individuals is asked to contact the Oistins Police Station at 418- 2612, Police Emergency at 211, Crime Stoppers at 1800- 8477(TIPS), or the nearest police station. The public is […]
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Churches march against legalization of same sex unions in Barbados - Barbados Today

Members of 49 churches across the island came out in strong force this morning to show that they are standing up against the legalization of same sex unions in Barbados. More than 200 people marched through Holetown, St James, with placards in hand, sending a clear message to the Government […]