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The government of Trinidad and Tobago will not be paying the $1 million compensation promised to families of officers who were killed in the line of duty between 2014 to date because no policy was put in place under the last administration to do so.

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An Aranguez family was left in mourning after an accident in Trincity on Saturday which claimed the lives of a 39-year-old woman and her 12-year-old son and left her 18-year-old daughter warded in hospital with serious injuries. 

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After eleven years as a fugitive from justice, 36-year-old was sentenced for the role he played in the October 8, 2002 shooting death of trafficker, Omelia Roberts of Belmont in St. George.

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Left to Right – Board member Alex Tasker, Digicel Barbados CEO Conor Looney and Board member Barry O’Brien.

Digicel (Barbados) Limited has announced the appointment of two new members to its Board of Directors. They are former Commercial Director, Alex Tasker and former CEO, Barry O’Brien.

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The Barbados Government has announced a 12-month ban on the importation of Remotely Piloted Aircraft Systems (RPAS), also known as unmanned aerial vehicles or drones.
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