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Integrity Bill not passed
The Integrity in Public Life Bill (2020) was defeated in The Senate earlier today. It did not gain the required two-third votes needed for it to be passed. Ten Government Senators voted in favor and there were two abstentions by independent senators. Clerk of Parliament, Pedro Eastmond. The post Integrity Bill not passed appeared first on Starcom Network.
Health Minister tests negative for COVID-19
The Minister of Health and Wellness Lt. Col. Jeffrey Bostic has tested negative for COVID-19. The Minister went into self-isolation after he had been in contact with the Ghanaian nursing delegation last Thursday in which nine of them tested positive for the virus. He spoke to the nation today during a press conference held by The post Health Minister tests negative for COVID-19 appeared first on Starcom Network.
Robbi Niles Talks “Prolly” & Releasing The Music Video During COVID-19
What’s New with Robbi Niles? “The COVID-19 pandemic forced all of us to be inside. That gave me the time for reflection and creation. In fact, if you look around all international artist have used this time to continue their journey, by putting their fans first and pushing positivity in these uncertain times. I just The post Robbi Niles Talks “Prolly” & Releasing The Music Video During COVID-19 appeared first on Starcom Network.
Four men injured in shooting
Four men were shot last night after unknown assailants opened fire on them at Division Drive, Eden Lodge, St Michael. Police Public Relations Officer Inspector (ag) Rodney Inniss said around 10 p.m. The men were playing cards in the area when two unknown men approached them and opened fire, causing them to flee. A 41-year-old The post Four men injured in shooting appeared first on Starcom Network.
COVID-19 UPDATE: 12 new cases
Barbados has recorded 12 new COVID-19 cases. This was announced by Chief Medical Officer (Ag) Dr. Kenneth George this afternoon during a news conference. Nine of those testing positive are nurses who arrived from Ghana on Thursday. Dr. George also disclosed many of the Ghanaians who arrived on the island did not produce COVID-19 test results as The post COVID-19 UPDATE: 12 new cases appeared first on Starcom Network.
Break it Down: What is Anxiety and How Do I Reduce It?
When thinking about anxiety, it’s important to first distinguish between general anxiety and clinical anxiety. Anxiety itself is a really normal emotion that we all have; it forms part of what we might call our ‘internal alarm system’ and is designed to alert us to and protect us from the dangers around us. From an The post Break it Down: What is Anxiety and How Do I Reduce It? appeared first on Starcom Network.
Eagle Hall residents shaken after shooting death
Barbados has recorded its third homicide in five days, the latest victim being 26 year old, Kadeem Bispham of Roach Village, St. George, shot in the early hours of this morning, just a stone’s throw from the Black Rock police station. This is the 27th homicide for the year so far and follows the shooting The post Eagle Hall residents shaken after shooting death appeared first on Starcom Network.
Man shot dead near Black Rock police station
A man was shot and killed early this morning, a few metres away from the Black Rock police station. The victim has been identified as 26-year-old Kadeem Renaldo Bispham of Roach Village, St George. Police said the incident took place around 2:45 a.m at 2nd Avenue Gills Gap, Eagle Hall, St Michael. Lawmen said a The post Man shot dead near Black Rock police station appeared first on Starcom Network.
Man collapses and dies
A man working on a construction site along Watts Village Road, St George, collapsed and died on the spot this morning. Police from Boarded Hall Station are at a scene after receiving the report around 7:30 a.m. The now-deceased man is a 62-year-old employee of C. O Williams Construction Limited and was assigned the task The post Man collapses and dies appeared first on Starcom Network.
Blood spill temporarily closed road
Hall’s Road, St. Michael had to be temporarily closed by police today and traffic diverted after blood samples from the Queen Elizabeth Hospital fell from a vehicle and were run over by other automobiles. The spill occurred at the James A Tudor Roundabout near the old Globe Cinema. Bystanders were concerned. Executive Chairman of the The post Blood spill temporarily closed road appeared first on Starcom Network.