It seems Freundel may well be getting the Bell to ring soon, with the Barbados Labour Party in a serious Leadership Crisis … now may be a sweet moment! The Government Information Service drops the hint rather blandly —

So much for hugs, eh? If all was truly well, would Jerome Walcott be listed as "INCOMING CHAIRMAN" in a move worthy of Mugabe? The BLP also has a Race issue with Gline Clarke, right now is perfect for Freundel to launch a sneak Vote, nicht wahr?

The public is advised that effective Saturday, October 1, until Monday, February 27, 2012, the opening hours of the Constituency Registration Camera Centres will be on Tuesdays and Wednesdays from 5:00 to 6:30 p.m.

On Tuesdays, the camera centres open to the public are: Westbury Primary; St. Giles Primary; Carrington Primary; Warrens Polyclinic; St. Stephen’s Nursery; Lawrence T. Gay Memoriall; Vauxhall Primary; St. Lawrence Primary; St. Philip Primary; Cuthbert Moore Primary; St Bernard’s Primary; Holy Innocents’ Primary; St. Alban’s Primary and Roland Edwards Primary School.

On Wednesdays, the public may visit: Bay Primary; the Nazarene Church, Bank Hall; Parkinson Secondary; Eden Lodge Primary; St. Leonard’s Boys’; Arthur Smith Primary; Christ Church Girls’; St. Christopher Primary; Reynold Weekes Primary; St. John’s Primary; Western Light Nazarene Church, Oxnards; the Land Tax Department, Holetown; St. Andrew’s Primary and St. Lucy’s Secondary School.

Registration services are also available Monday to Friday at the Electoral Office, National Insurance Building, Fairchild Street, Bridgetown, from of 8:30 a.m to 4:00 p.m.


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  1. I saw the same advert some days ago and heard Owen’s defense, he claims the ad was sponsored and yet the Ad did not say so, who’s right?


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