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Coming up in this edition, we take a look back at the Schools Music festival, we take in action from
Harrison College’s Mosaic fundraising event, we catch up with DJ Puffy and we see how some in Barbados celebrated St Patrick’s Day.
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BARBADOS TODAY EVENING UPDATE - March 24, 2017

Police investigate unnatural death in St Philip.
A leading church official has been charged with assault.
Constituents in St Michael West have their say on their MP.
… and more in the BT evening update.
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Christ Church Foundation School now has two branded tents, thanks to Banks Holdings Limited.
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The NUPW slams the Government.
Barbados and China sign a visa waiver agreement.
A minibus driver is in stable condition after being shot last night
… and more in the BT noon update..
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Prime Minister Freundel Stuart wants the regional private sector to seek out the assistance of Caribbean Export even more
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The BWU calls for a forensic audit into the activities of the Kensington Oval Management Incorporated. Arawak Cement plans to invest US $50 million in the local economy. These and other stories in the Barbados TODAY morning news.
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Attorney and social activist David Comissiong is challenging the permission granted for the construction of the Hyatt Centric.
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03/23/2017 at 17:11. Facebook
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Police and fire officials probe a suspected gas leak.
BIM calls on churches to wake up
A new brand name restaurant will soon be set up in Barbados
…and more in the BT noon update…
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03/23/2017 at 20:25. Facebook
President of Cable & Wireless Caribbean Garry Sinclair has some concerns about local telecoms regulation.
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03/23/2017 at 13:07. Facebook
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03/23/2017 at 11:50. Facebook
#BTCoverStory The #Hyatt Hotel development in #Barbados is in limbo after attorney at law David Comissiong launches a legal challenge.
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03/23/2017 at 11:47. Facebook
#BreakinngNews #FollowThisStory - Government orders investigation into the state-owned Kensington Oval Management Incorporated.
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03/23/2017 at 11:22. Facebook
UPDATE #LondonAttacks: In total, police say they raided 6 homes in Birmingham, London and elsewhere in the U.K. [ Cbsn.ws Link ]
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03/23/2017 at 11:00. Facebook
BARBADOS TODAY MORNING UPDATE - March 23, 2017

Government orders investigation into the state-owned Kensington Oval Management Incorporated.
The Hyatt Hotel development in limbo after attorney at law David Comissiong launches a legal challenge. These and other stories in the Barbados TODAY morning news.
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03/23/2017 at 01:22. Facebook
Jus-Jay is the new Absolut brand ambassador and Massy Distribution wants him to promote responsible drinking.
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03/22/2017 at 23:22. Facebook
BARBADOS TODAY EVENING UPDATE - March 22, 2017

A secondary school boy in critical condition following incident at school.
The National Union of Public Workers calls off planned industrial action.
The controversial Hyatt Resort could be stopped in its tracks...see more in our Evening Update
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03/22/2017 at 17:30. Facebook
The General Treasurer of the National Union of Public Workers, Asokore Beckles says the money they’re demanding from government can no longer be considered a salary increase.
Beckles is also the chairman of the union’s salary, wages and allowances committee.
And he contends that the 23 per cent hike which public workers are asking for should be considered a salary restoration, as they have...
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03/22/2017 at 17:12. Facebook
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Planned industrial action by National Union of Public Workers calls off for now.
Leading economist suggests Water Authority must increase its rates to survive.
Flow undergoes leadership restructure...see more in our Afternoon Update
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03/22/2017 at 20:39. Facebook
#NAPSAC2017- Presentation
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03/22/2017 at 18:43. Facebook
No one is being locked up for having a single spliff, says director of the Criminal Justice Research and Planning Unit.