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Showing posts from September, 2015

St Michael family wants answers

 Barbados Today : "A grieving grandfather questions the government’s failure to enforce the death penalty following the tragic death of his loved one last night. 18-year-old Shakeem Turton of Long Gap, Grazettes, St Michael died shortly after a dispute with a neighbour."


Trinidad and Tobago's Newsday  "DR KEITH Rowley, 65, last night looked set to enter the history books as this country’s seventh prime minister after preliminary general election results, following a rainy day, indicated the People’s National Movement (PNM) had secured a victory."

Female employee charged

 Barbados Today : "A female employee has been held in connection with the robbery at A&C Security Limited on Tuesday night. Police have arrested and charged Morivia Gittens, 35, of Mills Apartments, Haynesville, St James with the offence of conspiracy to commit aggravated burglary which occurred on September 1, 2015."

Las lap for votes.

Trinidad and Tobago's Newsday "AFTER months of bitter campaigning, the major political parties will today engage in a las’ lap push for votes ahead of Monday’s general election with major rallies and political events all over the country."

Police probe

 Barbados Today : "Indications are that an employee of the Barbados Transport Board reported to the District “B” Police Station while on duty yesterday, that he had seen a man beating a woman in the area where Eversley’s corpse was found."

Fresh killing |

Barbados Today : "Police detectives accompanied by search dogs, combed the fields at Jordan, St George for evidence this evening after the sister of a top senior police officer was discovered dead. As word spread, a large gathering of distraught family members and lawmen gathered at the scene where the body of Malanese Eversley, sister of acting Assistant Commissioner of Police Livingstone Eversley, was found partially naked in a grassy area next to the roadway, just around 12:15 p.m."