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(BARBADOS NATION) — The Barbados Meteorological Office has issued a Flood-Watch for Barbados until 12:00 noon Sunday, 21 October, 2018. The Met office said, a developing trough system in combination with the I.T.C.Z which have been affecting the island over the past two days, are forecast to persist into the week- end. As a consequence, ...

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(BARBADOS TODAY) — Graduates of the University of West Indies Cave Hill campus were on Saturday reminded of their responsibility to develop their island states and the Caribbean. Chancellor Robert Bermudez was speaking during the graduation ceremony held Saturday morning for the Faculties of Humanities & Education, Science and Technology, Law and Medical Sciences. The ...

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(BARBADOS TODAY) — Fire came to the heart of the capital Saturday morning and ravaged four stores in clothing district Bolton Lane. The shops suffered extensive damage with the entire stretch of Bolton Lane being cordoned off. Five fire tenders and 14 firefighters led by Deputy Chief Fire Officer Henderson Patrick battled the blaze to ...

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(BARBADOS TODAY) — Government’s decision to adopt the ‘last in first out’ tradition in job cuts will only drain the public service of young blood, the Democratic Labour Party’s caretaker for St James Central, George Connolly, has warned. Delivering the second Astor B Watts lecture since the series restarted last week after a four-month break, ...

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(DEMERARA WAVES) — A 22-year-old man, who was previously charged with break and enter and larceny, was shot dead at after he allegedly attacked a guard and a poultry farmer in the farmyard, police said. Police said the security guard shot the intruder twice. The guard has since been arrested and a licensed shotgun seized. ...

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(DEMERARA WAVES) — Guyana is set to be the home of a new state-of-the-art golf course. The development of the facility is part of a grander plan to establish a lifestyle community within the Ogle and L.B.I areas, on the East Coast of Demerara. It is touted to provide employment for about 7,000 Guyanese inclusive ...

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(NEWSROOM GUYANA) — The Guyana Fire Service is investigating the cause of a fire that destroyed the Shaheed’s Girls’ Orphanage at Oleander Gardens, East Coast Demerara early Saturday morning. Approximately 18 girls and two caretakers have been displaced as a result of the fire, which erupted at around 6am. A Police report noted that one ...

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(TRINIDAD GUARDIAN) — TSTT is work­ing to pro­vide a lit­tle ex­tra mea­sure of com­fort to cit­i­zens dis­placed due to flood­ing across the coun­try by in­stalling wire­less in­ter­net equip­ment at re­lief shel­ters. This move is to pro­vide WiFi ac­cess to re­lief co­or­di­na­tors at the cen­tres and for the fam­i­lies who have been dis­placed by the week’s ...

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(TRINIDAD GUARDIAN) — Lo­cal Gov­ern­ment Min­is­ter Kaz­im Ho­sein res­cued a heav­i­ly preg­nant woman who was trapped in ris­ing flood wa­ters this af­ter­noon. She re­mained uniden­ti­fied up to this evening. Af­ter be­ing res­cued, the woman was placed in the buck­et of a Cater­pil­lar back­hoe and tak­en to the St He­le­na Fire Sta­tion where she re­ceived med­ical ...

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(TRINIDAD EXPRESS) — Prime Minister Dr. Keith Rowley has declared that the flooding nightmare that has left thousands marooned is a “national disaster”. Just before 10 a.m. on Saturday, Oct. 20, the Prime Minister via his Facebook page stated that it is going to cost a lot of money to bring relief. He also condemned ...

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