Fisherfolk want sand problem fixed – Barbados Today

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While fish vendors at the Oistins Fisheries Complex are glad to be back at work following the closure of the facility owing to the ashfall from the La Soufriere volcano last week, they are concerned about other matters which will hamper their efforts to do their jobs effectively. One vendor, Wilma Hutchinson, said there was […]
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St Peter man gets fine for illegal firearm and ammunition  - Barbados Today

A St Peter man who bought an illegal gun and ammunition he said for his protection was handed a stiff fine. The man, Dillon Kaddeam Griffith from Gays, has up to 12 months to accumulate $30,000 to pay the fine imposed by a High Court judge. Griffith had pleaded guilty […]