The Barbados Private Sector Association promises to try to absorb some of the laid of government workers.
With phase three of government’s restructuring program, including another round of layoffs due to commence in January, the Barbados Private Sector Association is promising to try to absorb some of the hundreds laid off from the public sector. This commitment was given by Chairman of the Barbados Private Sector Association, Edward Clarke, briefing Starcom Network […]
The Chairman of the Hotel and Tourism Association expresses concern about gun crime and calls for a gun amnesty.
Chairman of The Barbados Hotel and Tourism Association (BHTA) Stephen Austin is calling for a gun amnesty in Barbados, as part of efforts to tackle gun crime. He warns that gun violence along with the harassment of tourists could damage the tourism sector. Mr Austin was addressing today the 4th Quarterly Meeting of the BHTA..
The Minister of Water Resources vows that Innotech contracts will be re-worked warning that the BWA will not be held to ransom.
Minister of Energy and Water Resources, Wilfred Abrahams, is serving notice to the company Innotech that the Barbados Water Authority and the government will not be held to ransom, warning them of his intention to re-work their contracts and assuring BWA customers that their interests will be looked after. Mr. Abrahams was in a no-nonsense […]
Three people have been charged with murder in connection with the death of a young man whose body was discovered in a bathroom of an abandoned building of the Alma Parris School last month. One of the accused is said to be the reputed girlfriend of the deceased 34-year-old, Ricardo Rock who had lived near […]