Police defend work of Family Conflict Unit

Police defend work of Family Conflict Unit

Head of the Family Conflict Unit of the Royal Barbados Police Force, Station Sergeant Christine Husbands has defended the unit over concerns from the National Organisation of Women (NOW), that it was ill-prepared…

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Drug Service notice for parents

Drug Service notice for parents

The Barbados Drug Service has extended the grace period granted to parents, as a result of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) lockdown, to obtain Barbados national identification cards for newborns.

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No recoveries, no new virus cases

No recoveries, no new virus cases

Forty-three people tested negative for novel coronavirus (COVID-19) yesterday, bringing the number of tests now completed by the Best-dos Santos Public Health Laboratory to 7 450.
The number of people…

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Reading stabbing suspect ‘was known’ to law enforcement

Reading stabbing suspect 'was known' to law enforcement

London – The man held on suspicion of killing three people at a park in Reading was known to MI5, security sources say.
Khairi Saadallah, 25, from the town, was arrested at the scene on Saturday and…

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Accident at Rices

Accident at Rices

There are reports reaching Nation News of an accident in the vicinity of Rices, St Philip.
More details as they come.
 

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Small craft warning for Barbados

Small craft warning for Barbados

As visibility continues to deteriorate because of Sahara Dust, the Barbados Meteorological Services has issued a small craft warning.
A small craft warning is issued in this case, when reduced visibility…

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Court of Appeal decision on Monday

Court of Appeal decision on Monday

GEORGETOWN, Guyana – The Court of Appeal Saturday said it would hand down a ruling on Monday on a motion filed by a private citizen seeking a series of orders to stop the Guyana Elections Commission (GECOM)…

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