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Criminal crow disrupts mail deliveries, tampers with crime scenes

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Postal deliveries have been suspended in part of a Canadian city after a well-known crow called Canuck attacked a mailman. Canada Post said it would…

US State Department warns Barbados about commercial sex acts

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Barbados is being called on to reduce the demand for commercial sex acts and forced labour. These are but a number of recommendations put forward…

Minister tells teachers be careful in choosing words

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Some advice for teachers on the choice of words they use when speaking to students. Minister of Education, Ronald Jones wants them to be careful…

13 y-o among four to stand trial for murder in Guyana

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A 13-year-old girl and her sister who claimed that they were verbally, physically and sexually abused by their 64-year-old father, have been committed to stand…

Former Jamaican PM bows out of politics

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Former prime minister Portia Simpson Miller has told legislators that they owe it to themselves to do what is best for Jamaica as Prime Minister…

Helicopter attack targets Venezuela's Supreme Court

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A police helicopter launched a daring attack on the Venezuelan Supreme Court Tuesday, in a dramatic escalation of the months-long crisis engulfing the regime of…

BL&P moving to LED street lights

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In a few years from now, government could be saving millions of dollars in lighting costs. It will come when all of the island's street…

Senior Barbados Central Bank official comments on performance of regional economies

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Caribbean countries have been told that it is increasingly clear that a sound macroeconomic framework is a prerequisite for sustainable growth and that structural weaknesses…

Windies call up Hope

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Barbadian opening batsman Kyle Hope has been selected to the Windies 13-man squad for the third, fourth and fifth one…

Lodge beat Lester Vaughn

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Milo Lodge defeated Lester Vaughan by an innings and 178 runs to register the first victory of the 2017 BCA…

Graydon Sealy and QC in basketball final

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It will be a repeat of the Co-operator's General Schools Junior Basketball knockout final, as Graydon Sealy and Queen's College…

Pregnant Serena Williams poses naked on the cover of Vanity Fair

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Pregnant Serena Williams has posed naked on the cover of August's Vanity Fair magazine. The tennis star found out she…

Hope shines but India down Windies to take series lead

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Starlet Shai Hope struck a high class half-century but it failed to save West Indies from a 105-run defeat to…

Bravo, lawyer says CWI failed to follow due process

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Estranged West Indies left-hander Darren Bravo has accused Cricket West Indies of not affording him due process, in the decision…

Kumble controversy overshadows India arrival for Windies series

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Powerhouses India arrived Tuesday for their limited overs tour against West Indies under a shadow of controversy after Anil Kumble…

Afganistan's quest for Test status fuelled by successful Windies series

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Afghanistan believe their impressive recent outing against West Indies has further emboldened their chances of achieving Test status. The ICC…

Online shopping affecting LIAT's bottomline

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The expansion of online shopping is having an impact on regional airline, LIAT. The airline is seeing a drop in the number of people travelling…

More Bulgarians charged with ATM tampering

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In Trinidad two Bulgarian nationals are due to appear in court later this week after they were detained last weekend by police while tampering with…

Rwanda's Kagame sticks to used clothes ban despite U.S. threats

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Rwandan President Paul Kagame has stated that his country will proceed with the ban on used clothes despite threats by the United States to review…

Caribbean hoteliers regret new US policy regarding Cuba

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The Caribbean Hotel and Tourism Association (CHTA) Friday said it regrets the recent United States reversal of its travel policies on Cuba and the likely…

LIAT losses from strike

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LIAT is reporting losses due to strike action earlier in the month. Direct losses and the value in lost business which the carrier incurred after…

Transportation costs hampering intra-Caribbean trade

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Several Jamaican businesses are hoping they could export some new products into Barbados. But they are complaining that the transportation costs are preventing them from…

Tourism sector exempt from NSRL

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Chairman of the Barbados Hotel and Tourism Association Roseann Myers, says that sector will be exempt from the planned increase in the National Social Responsibility…

Economist wants Barbados to form closer ties with Asia

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Former Prime Minister Owen Arthur's suggestion to utilise a basket of currencies rather than remaining pegged to the US dollar, has received backing from a…