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A man who smuggled £2 million of liquid cocaine on a plane from the Caribbean has been jailed for 16 years. Errol Watson, of Queenswood Gardens, Aldersbrook, was sentenced to 16 years in prison at the Old Bailey yesterday (January 18) after admitting conspiring to import the drugs.

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Thirty five year old Robert Hollingsworth of Belfield, Black Rock St. Michael Barbados, died this afternoon and police are asking W who may have witness this accident to contact the District ‘D’ Police Station at as soon as possible.

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Police in Barbados are conducting investigation into a Mass Casualty Accident   which occurred sometime around 4:05 pm today along Gibbs Road St. Peter, involving two minibuses.

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The Pan American Health Organization (PAHO) is calling for an “organised” Caribbean response to prevent, detect and treat hepatitis, as the first report on the viral disease reveals the enormous scale of the silent epidemic in the Americas, including the Caribbean.

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A technology incubation programme that provides business support services for young entrepreneurs in Barbados, the Eastern Caribbean and Haiti is open for applications. The Caribbean Tech Entrepreneurship Programme (CTEP) is an initiative of the Caribbean Development Bank (CDB) and the World Bank Group in partnership with the Caribbean Climate Innovation Centre. It tailors support for participants according to the stage at which the entrepreneur or firm is currently operating.

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