The former attorney general not supporting Darwin Dottin’s appointment as crime consultant The UPP leader questions the role of the former top cop. Newly installed Anglican Bishop says it’s time for the church to reunite . . . and more in the BT Morning Update
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The merger of the BTPA and BTMI has been placed on hold. Performance-related pay hike among changes being considered for LIAT. Canadian diplomat says sexual violence and assault still a concern . . . and more in the BT News Update.
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M.P. for the City of Bridgetown calls for a sit down with warring factions in the area. Deputy Police Commissioner Erwin Boyce speaks out on the recent upsurge in crime. A UWI lecturer says crime has not reached a crisis but could hurt the economy . . . and more in the BT Morning News Update.
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Sugar cane harvest gets underway. DLP criticism of pending closure of Productivity Council rejected. Government to introduce whistleblowing legislation. . . . and more in the BT Morning News Update.
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Police investigate the unnatural deaths of three women, two in St Lucy and one in Christ Church. The Ministry of People Empowerment and Elder Affairs launches internal probe into the circumstances surrounding an unnatural death at senior citizens home . . . and more in the BT Evening News Update.
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Former Prime Minister Owen Arthur willing to advise the Opposition on a new party. The Opposition consults the former leader ahead of the Budget. Help coming for elderly woman complaining of abuse. . . . and more in the BT Morning News Update.
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An 18-year-old will return to court in February on three murder charges. SISA president accuses BAMC of disrespect. The second Test between Windies and England continues tomorrow . . . and more in the BT Morning News Update.
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The Opposition takes a stand on medical marijuana. A civil and structural engineer calls for a West Coast sewerage system. The gender gap in science and technology closes at UWI, Cave Hill. . . . and more in the BT Morning News Update.
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The impasse at Grantley Adams Memorial School ends. Government outlines a new plan to fix the South Coast sewage crisis Officials say gender-based violence remains a major concern ....and more in the your Barbados Today News Update...
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PM Mottley meets with workers at the Transport Board. A senior police official chides prosecutors. Former PM Owen Arthur takes issue with Barbados’ recent blacklisting by the EU ...and more in your Barbados TODAY Evening News Update...
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Barbados records its 13th murder. The Deputy Police Commissioner says there is no crime crisis in Barbados. The NUPW wants answers about the next round of Government layoffs ...and more in your Barbados TODAY Evening News Update...
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Sir Hilary Beckles has his say on the controversy surrounding Washington University. Two houses at Woodbourne, St Philip were damaged after a truck crash. PM Mottley issues a challenge to the region ...and more in your Barbados TODAY Evening News update....
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Hundreds of mourners from all walks of life converged at the chapel of the Coral Ridge Memorial Gardens to pay their final respects to Winston Anthony Lloyd Cozier - the man known worldwide simply as Tony Cozier and revered as the voice of West Indies cricket. His son Craig Cozier delivered a moving and tearful eulogy before the large crowd that spilled onto the grounds.
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Reports of widespread devastation in Dominica following the passage of Hurricane Maria. Flood watch in effect for Barbados until midnight. These and other stories in the Barbados TODAY afternoon news.
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The UPP invites independent MP Dr Maria Agard to join its team ahead of the upcoming general election. Veteran psychiatrist Dr Ermine Belle wants teachers to be trained to spot early signs of troubled children. These and other stories in the Barbados TODAY afternoon news.
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Police seek answers in the early morning death of a 56-year-old Christ Church woman. The BLP to represent the mother accused of causing her son’s death by dangerous driving. These stories and more in the Barbados TODAY evening news.
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The abusive caregiver caught on video abusing an elderly woman could lose her licence. Legal action is being taken against the caregiver caught mistreating an elderly woman at a nursing home. The president of the island's largest public sector union says the suggestion of an across-the-board 10 percent salary cut for public workers is madness at the highest level...see more in our morning update.
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There is no need for alarm over US travel advisory, says AG. Minister issues warning ahead on April 1 ban of single use plastics. A St Michael family is in mourning following a tragic death . . . and more in the BT Evening News Update.
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The NUPW wants clear timelines for addressing environmental concerns in two government departments. The Environmental Health Department increases the number of officers assigned to areas affected by the sewage problems on the South Coast. These and other stories in the Barbados TODAY morning news.
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