Tributes For Late Registrar Marva Clarke

Julia Rawlins-Bentham Ministry News

Chief Justice, Sir Marston Gibson, has extended sympathies on behalf of the judiciary to the family of former Registrar of the Supreme Court, Marva Clarke, who passed away on November 10. Ms. Clarke was described as a civil servant who gave “long and untiring service to the public service of Barbados as a Magistrate, Deputy Solicitor-General and in her final …

Late Opening Of Courts Nov. 24

Julia Rawlins-Bentham Ministry News

Members of the public are advised that all courts will open at 1:00 p.m. on Friday, November 24. Registrar of the Supreme Court, Barbara Cooke-Alleyne, has indicated that this is to facilitate a Special Sitting of the Courts to pay tribute to the former Governor-General, the late Sir Clifford Husbands. Any inconvenience caused by this late opening is regretted. julia.rawlins-bentham@barbados.gov.bb  …

Recycling Project Launched At Ann Hill

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The Ann Hill School has joined the recycling drive in Barbados. This comes after it was selected as the pilot school for the launch of the Bright Spot project hosted by the Caribbean Leadership Development Network (CLDN) Barbados Chapter. Speaking during the launch yesterday, Registrar of the Supreme Court and alumni of the Network, Barbara Cooke-Alleyne, said such initiatives were …

All On Stream For Civic Centre

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Attorney General and Minister of Home Affairs, Adriel Brathwaite (second from left) and officials touring the civic centre being constructed in Cane Garden, St. Thomas today. (C.Pitt/BGIS) If all goes well, the Civic Centre being constructed in Cane Garden, St. Thomas, should be completed by the end of September this year. That is according to Director of the National Insurance …

Security Measures At The Court

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New security measures have been implemented at all Magistrates’ Courts across the island with immediate effect. In making this announcement, Registrar of the Supreme Court, Barbara Cooke-Alleyne has advised that under the new rules, only persons with legitimate business will be allowed onto the Courts’ premises. Security personnel will reserve the right to deny entry to any person seeking to …