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BARBADOS TODAY AFTERNOON UPDATE - February 23, 2017

The High Court to rule on Governor Worrell’s case.
The DLP defends the Central Bank’s printing of money.
Calls mount for Prime Minister Stuart to step down.
…and more in the BT news update…
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Conservative MP Nigel Evans tells those opposing Donald J. Trump's state visit to "get over it because he's the President of the United States".
The Nation Barbados
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Rubis Eastern Caribbean SRL wants a piece of BNTCL.
The Nation Barbados
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Hear what Melville Williams had to say on his 107th birthday.
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BARBADOS TODAY MORNING UPDATE | Barbados TODAY

Central Bank Governor Dr DeLisle Worrell heads back to court.
A noted political scientist weighs in on the situation facing the embattled Governor.
Police continue to probe shooting incident at Nursery Terminal
. . . and more in the BT Morning Update.
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The Barbados Labour Party's economic adviser Dr Clyde Mascoll gives his assessment of the Barbados economy.
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Huge stakes for Trump immigration do-over
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BARBADOS TODAY AFTERNOON UPDATE | Barbados TODAY

The BLP gears up to stage a march of disgust next month #March11 #BarbadosElectionWatch
Rubis threatens legal action to stop the sale of the BNOCL
A UWI student recovers at home after a stabbing incident yesterday
…and more in BT news update…
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BUSINESS TODAY | Barbados TODAY

Minister of Tourism Richard Sealy is confident that the planned controversial Hyatt Centric will serve as a major catalyst for business activities in the area.

This year is being dubbed The Year of Sports by the island’s main tourism marketing agency.

And more in our Business Today...
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LIVE - Leader of the Opposition, Mia Amor Mottley, addresses the nation.
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Opposition leader Mia Mottley is asking Barbadians to take to the streets on March 11 and voice their displeasure with the Freundel Stuart administration.
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02/22/2017 at 18:15. Facebook
Senator Darcy Boyce says Barbados has benefitted significantly from payouts from the Caribbean Catastrophe Risk Insurance Facility.
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BARBADOS TODAY MORNING UPDATE | Barbados TODAY

The BSTU president supports a call for a probe into allegations of sabotage at Combermere School.
Police continue investigations into the discovery of human remains at Phillips Road, St Stephens, St Michael
. . . . And more in the BT Morning Update.
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The number of brand name hotel in Barbados is expected to increase over the next two years.
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02/21/2017 at 22:58. Facebook
BARBADOS TODAY EVENING UPDATE - February 21, 2017

The embattled Central Bank Governor warns Government to cut its interest costs urgently.
More disruptions at Combermere Secondary School.
A warning of even more LIAT route-cuts with its first coming next week...see more in our Evening Update
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HEALTH TODAY | Barbados TODAY

In this edition of Health Today….. Athletics is lot of a hard work and fun - Getting hurt is not -