Sentencing Advisory Committee entertained at British High Commissioner’s Residence in Barbados – St. Lucia Times Online News (press release)


St. Lucia Times Online News (press release)

Sentencing Advisory Committee entertained at British High Commissioner’s Residence in Barbados
St. Lucia Times Online News (press release)
Press Release:-Chief Justice Sir Marston Gibson joined Dame Janice Pereira, Chief Justice of the Eastern Caribbean Supreme Court, and judges from Barbados, the Eastern Caribbean and Trinidad and Tobago at a two day meeting to establish sentencing

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Sentencing Advisory Committee entertained at British High Commissioner’s residence in Barbados – St. Lucia News Online (press release)


St. Lucia News Online (press release)

Sentencing Advisory Committee entertained at British High Commissioner’s residence in Barbados
St. Lucia News Online (press release)
Also participating was Hon Mrs Justice Maura McGowan, a member of the High Court of England and Wales. The meeting was funded by the Governments of the United States and the United Kingdom. British High Commissioner, Janet Douglas, entertained the

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Barbados to be removed from EU blacklist soon – St. Lucia News Online


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Barbados to be removed from EU blacklist soon
St. Lucia News Online
The country is set to be removed from the European Union’s (EU) damaging tax list. Reuters news agency reported yesterday that EU officials had proposed to remove eight of the 17 jurisdictions it recently blacklisted as non-cooperative tax
EU to remove Barbados, Grenada from tax haven blacklist, T&T to stayStabroek News
EU To Remove Panama, Seven Others From Tax Haven Blacklist: SourceNDTV

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Barbados: Homeless spokesman makes appeal to political parties – St. Lucia News Online


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Barbados: Homeless spokesman makes appeal to political parties
St. Lucia News Online
(BARBADOS TODAY) – With over 100 homeless people said to be living on the streets of the capital, Bridgetown, the local charity which cares for their plight has issued a manifesto, urging all political parties contesting this year’s general election to