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Police are continuing their investigations into the unnatural death of Nathan Tyrell Green 19 years of Emerald Park West, St. Philip.
- Interest rate savings on domestic debt
Government will seek to re-profile its debt by engaging the Central Bank of Barbados and the National Insurance Scheme to discuss a possible swap programme where they and government can re-issue some existing securities in their portfolios at lower interest rates agreed by the parties.
The CARICOM Single Market and Economy (CSME), the Community’s Strategic Plan, and internationally agreed goals, including those from the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development, will be taken into account as preparations begin for the upcoming Round of Population and Housing Census.
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In 2015, Shaft sent the song to Deevine so she could record it. Shaft did not follow up with her and Deevine released the song. Shaft was not aware that the song had been released and there was not much traction with it then.
The Rally Show at Simpson Motors, Warrens, next Saturday (May 27) will provide island fans with unrivalled access to more than 90 local, regional and international cars and their crews. The event will run from 2.00pm for four hours, with a mix of competitions, cultural entertainment, Driver Meet & Greet sessions and sponsor promotions and, with the Chefette Kids Zone, there is something for all the family.
The workshops have ended, the preliminaries recently concluded and semifinalists chosen - all this is certainly an indication that the 2017 Scotiabank Junior Calypso Monarch Programme in association with IGM Stage Lighting is well underway.
Police are conducting investigation into an accident which occurred sometime around 6:30 pm, on Tuesday the 16th of May 2017, along Enterprise Main Road, Christ Church, involving a Route Taxi, and a 73 year old pedestrian.
Police are continuing their investigation into a serious accident which has resulted in the death of a 49 year old St. Michael man.
The Barbados based Caribbean Development Bank (CDB) is calling attention to the work that remains to be done to strengthen the Region’s resilience to climate change impacts.
Three thousand, three hundred and thirty (3,330) students will write this year’s Barbados Secondary Schools’ Entrance Examination (BSSEE) come Tuesday, May 2.