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  • Stretch Yuh Dolla

    Keep listening to the Starcom stations (VOB 92.9FM, The Beat 104, Hott 95.3FM and Life 97.5FM) to find out how to enter Be sure to read the full Terms & Conditions here  The post Stretch Yuh Dolla appeared first on Starcom Network.

  • Bradshaw: BSSEE went ‘smoothly’

    Education Minister Santia Bradshaw reports systems worked smoothly including the new COVID-19 protocols as more than 3,500 students today sat the Barbados Secondary Schools Entrance Exam. Kezia Inniss has the details. Meantime, Wendy Burke was at the St. Michael School, where acting Chief Education Officer Joy Adamson was making her own checks and also reporting The post Bradshaw: BSSEE went ‘smoothly’ appeared first on Starcom Network.

  • Bar concerned about government registries failing to extend payment deadlines

    President of the Bar Association, Queen’s Counsel, Rosalind Smith-Millar has expressed concern about the lack of statutory power within the hands of Government’s Registrars to extend payment and filing deadlines in emergency periods. She pointed to the Supreme Court registry, the Land Registry, and the Corporate Affairs and Intellectual Property offices which were all closed The post Bar concerned about government registries failing to extend payment deadlines appeared first on Starcom Network.

  • GAIA expects ‘slow but steady’ commercial traffic|| US flights could be pushed back

    Management of the Grantley Adams International Airport say there will be a slow but steady resumption of commercial airline traffic following yesterday’s first commercial flight since the shutdown. Daily intra-regional flights are also resuming but flights from the US are likely to pushed back due to the upsurge in cases there. Chief Executive Officer of The post GAIA expects ‘slow but steady’ commercial traffic|| US flights could be pushed back appeared first on Starcom Network.

  • Three people shot- one by police

    Three people have been shot in two separate incidents, one of them involving the police. One incident occurred last night and the other in the early hours of this morning. Starcom Network News understands that police confronted an armed man at Big Red Bar at Green’s, St. George around 11 pm. The suspect, 23-year-old Atsu The post Three people shot- one by police appeared first on Starcom Network.

  • Man dies after fall from tree

    Police are investigating the unnatural death of a 21 year old man from Baywoods, St. James. Lawmen say about 10.26 am on Saturday the 11th of July 2020, police at Holetown received a report that a man had fallen from a tree whilst he was picking breadfruits. He was described as seriously injured at the The post Man dies after fall from tree appeared first on Starcom Network.

  • Two men stabbed in separate altercations

    Police responded to a report of a stabbing incident that occurred sometime around 9:45 am on Friday 10th July 2020 at Salters, St. Michael, where Shane Antonio Duyer, 19 years of Salters, St. Michael was stabbed about his body by 25-year-old Antoinette Orr of the same address. He was taken to the Queen Elizabeth Hospital The post Two men stabbed in separate altercations appeared first on Starcom Network.

  • Man found hanging

    A 60-year-old man was found hanging in his home at Ashbury, St. George. Police say about 9:30 am on Friday, July 10th, 2020 they responded to a report of an unnatural death where the body of Anderson Barker, 60 years, was found a bedroom. Anyone who can provide any information that can assist with these The post Man found hanging appeared first on Starcom Network.

  • Straughn appeals for fair deal from international watch dog agencies

    Minister in the Ministry of Finance Ryan Straughn has appealed for a fair deal for Barbados from the international watchdog agencies when assessing regulations that affect this country’s critical international business sector. Barbados has been threatened with blacklisting despite arguing that it’s been doing everything it can to tighten up its anti-money laundering and banking The post Straughn appeals for fair deal from international watch dog agencies appeared first on Starcom Network.

  • Patrick Hoyos laid to rest

    Prime Minister Mia Amor Mottley led the list of dignitaries that turned out as colleagues, friends and family paid their final respects to journalist Patrick Hoyos. Tonisha Rock-Yaw reports.   The post Patrick Hoyos laid to rest appeared first on Starcom Network.

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