Loop Quick Six News Roundup
It's time for the Loop Quick Six News Roundup
Today we'll give you a look at a few of those stories which caught your attention.
Politics and crime seemed to be the dominant theme of the day in Barbados, the Caribbean and beyond.
Check out the articles below to see for yourself and have a wonderful evening!
HAPPENING AT HOME
The Barbados government has given its commitment to paying the millions owed to the CARICOM Development Fund (CDF).
Two persons accused of harbouring a man wanted for murder were again remanded to HMP Dodds yesterday.
While many slept in the wee hours of this morning, fire and smoke woke a homeowner ad triggered an emergency call to the Barbados Fire Service.
A bloody weekend brawl in the Pine, St Michael ended with two men before a Bridgetown Court.
AROUND THE REGION AND THE WORLD
Sophraya Price’s life has become a waking nightmare.
Two years ago, the Jamaican was your typical active university student playing sports like netball, posting selfies online and getting up to regular college girl shenanigans like shopping with her girlfriends. Now she is in a fight to save her life,
What is already the most diverse Congress ever in S history will become even more so after Tuesday's elections, which broke barriers of race and gender.
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