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Thirty three year old Deann Pat Portia Plummer is now on remanded and is to appear at the District C Magistrates Court on May 5, 2016.

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Mark Linehan (second from right) shows of plans for the Regus Business Centre to Minister Donville Inniss, second from left. Looking on are, from left is Hutson Drakes, Shareholder in Williams Offices (Caribbean) Limited and Ralph “Bizzy” Williams

FLEXIBLE working spaces - the phenomenon that is reshaping the way the world works - is coming to Barbados with the opening of a Regus Business Centre at One Welches in St Thomas, Regus 107th market.

The Regus business centre which boasts a combination of office space, meeting rooms, co-working facilities, and a business lounge will be the first of its kind in Barbados offering creative working in the heart of Barbados’ commercial district.

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Statement from LIAT

The management of LIAT (1974) Ltd confirms that one of its employees is in police custody in Barbados assisting law enforcement officers with their investigations into a drug-related matter.

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Police in Barbados have arrested and jointly charged two persons in relation to the death of six year old Jahan King.

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l-r Chanel Petro-Nixon, Mewanah Hadaway (kidnapped in St. Vincent) and Sharleen Greaves

The family of 16-year-old Chanel Petro-Nixon — an honors student who was found strangled in a garbage bag on a Brooklyn sidewalk in June 2006 — was in seclusion Friday, after learning the main 'person of interest' in her murder, Veron Primus, has now been charged with killing another woman in St. Vincent.

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