WATCH: Week In Review: Traffic, violence and a new car drive news
DJ Puffy embracing his mom.
Barbadians sped their way through February 25 to March 3, but it had nothing to do with drag racing.
Rather, many motorists quickly tried to learn and adhere to the Road Traffic (Amendment) Act... well, while Sergeant Seibert Johnson and others from the Royal Barbados Police Force's Traffic Division may debate just how much persons have been adhering to these changes, they no doubt generated much discussion.
There was also good news for those who earn less than $18,000 a year, now that government is to restore their reverse tax credit to $1,300, which was split in half in 2013, leaving persons with $650. Just yesterday brought some excitement, as Jalon Samuel took his 4th Sandy Lane Gold Cup. Despite those moments of glee, the disruption of children's education and questions surrounding the health risks and traffic hazards to those traversing those areas affected by sewage on the South Coast, were pervading reminders that much needs to be done to address the woes facing Barbados.
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