‘Low-risk’ Arthur must pay for bullets – Barbados Today


The case against the younger brother of the late Prime Minister Professor Owen Arthur was not one that warranted a custodial sentence. The court instead ordered Richard Delisle Arthur of Maynards, St Peter, to pay a $30 000 fine for having 102 bullets on January 31, 2012. Justice Randall Worrell imposed the fine today in […]
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Bajan task force on cultural industries nears - Barbados Today

Government’s push of the creative economy as a major source of foreign exchange and employment took another step as it moved Friday to set up a Task Force on the Cultural Industries. Minister responsible for Culture John King addressed the first national consultation for cultural industry figures at the Lloyd […]