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After a Man Was Shot to Death in the Presence of His Son Outside a School, Barbados A.G. Vows Criminals…

Staff Consortium | January 17, 2020

BARBADOS — Attorney General Dale Marshall has cried shame on a Thursday morning fatal shooting of a man outside a primary school in view of his son and other bystanders, the Barbados government-run news service said. According to Barbados Police Public Relations Officer and Actin Inspector, Rodney Inniss, police received the report at 8:22 a.m. Thursday. Mr Inniss also confirmed that the homicide occurred in the vicinity of St. Alban's Primary School in Crick Hill, Weston, St. James. The father, 38, died on the scene, police said. As Mr. Marshall reaffirmed the government’s commitment to returning Barbados to a state of peace and safety, the minister also served notice on “bandits and other people of like mind” that they will not be allowed to destroy the Barbadian society. “Today’s homicide perhaps more than any other demonstrates the absolute…

Barbados to Start Issuing Medicinal Marijuana Cultivation…

Staff Consortium | January 16, 2020

BARBADOS — Barbados will start providing licenses to businesspeople interested in cultivating the drug…

Barbados Getting Additional Hotel Rooms

Staff Consortium | January 15, 2020

BARBADOS — Barbados is set to benefit from an increase in hotel accommodation as a number of new projects…

Barbados Prime Minister: Caribbean Has a Story to…

Staff Consortium | January 14, 2020

BARBADOS — Barbados Prime Minister Mia Amor Mottley has reiterated that the Caribbean has a story to…

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