Author Archives: David

Coverley Danger Fixed!

The entrance/exit to the Villages at Coverley Gardens is about to be fixed! Last year the authorities came under heavy criticism from the public when 11 year old Abijah died in a crash in the area and his mother Felisha Holder charged with manslaughter by the Director of Public Prosecutions. Thanks to the BU family member for submitting the video. Related –

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The Rise And Fall of Brexit

Submitted by Pachamama It would require a Water Diviner, a top Senegalese Marabout, an Obeah woman from Benin and a Bajan Bushman, acting in unison, for Theresa Mary May to avoid her fate after the Brexit Deal is voted-down, on Tuesday, in the House of ‘Commons’. We witnessed firsthand, on June 23, 2016, the British peoples in their majority voting

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The Adrian Loveridge Column – Alternative Banking

With the recently announced major changes taking place across the region, is it time for our banks to radically change the way they currently run their businesses? What prompted these thoughts was looking at new innovative players in the market, noticeably in the United Kingdom and particularly with Starling Bank. Absolutely no service fees, higher interest on deposits than we

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Non Exhaust and Exhaust Emissions a Problem

The blogmaster recognizes citizen advocate Kammie Holder the the tireless work championing issues of concern, especially in the role as Advocacy Director at the Future Trust of Barbados. The following was posted to the blogmaster’s Facebook timeline by Kammie Holder. David, blogmaster If we published our water quality we would not have a South Coast Sewage problem today. It would

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The Jeff Cumberbatch Column – Criminalizing Attire and the Rule of Law (iv)

“..that the people (including, one should add, the government) should be ruled by the law and obey it and (2) that the law should be such that people will be able (and, one should add, willing) to be guided by it.” – Geoffrey de Q. Walker, The rule of law: foundation of constitutional democracy, (1st Ed., 1988). “The protection of the

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Prison Officers Leave CTUSAB

CASWELL FRANKLYN Trading as VERITAS SERVICES Upstairs Worrell House Whitepark Road St. Michael PRESS STATEMENT As the Industrial Relations Consultant to the Prison Officers Association (The Association) I have been authorised by the Executive of the Association to issue the following statement: Prior to 1982 prison officers enjoyed the constitutional right to belong to a trade union of their choice,

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