Deputy Prime Minister Santia Bradshaw is concerned about the work ethic and level of commitment among some government workers. Speaking in the House of Assembly she repeated her previously indicated concern about public sector work habits. Voice of: Deputy Prime Minister Santia Bradshaw
Prime Minister Mia Amor Mottley urges Barbadians to remain patient as the country seeks to get its tourism product back on track. She was speaking at the Ground Breaking Ceremony for the start of construction on the Indigo hotel at the sight of the old Caribee hotel in Hastings this morning. PM Mottley highlighted some […]
Managing Director of the Barbados Light and Power Company, Roger Blackman believes the rate increase is important since sales were negatively impacted at the onset of the covid-19 pandemic. However, speaking this morning during day five of the public rate hearing, while Mr. Blackman was being cross-examined he explained the projections going forward. Voice of: […]
The government blames its financial challenges as being largely responsible for delays in completing the houses whose steel frames were imported from China. The explanation was provided by the Minister of Housing and Lands. Dwight Sutherland, as he introduced in the House of Assembly a resolution to acquire 7.2 acres at Brighton, St. George or […]
The Barbados Meteorological Services has extended a flood warning for most central areas and advises that rains can be expected into Thursday. Meteorologist Tia Browne says that heavy rains overnight and into this morning flooded mostly central and western areas of Barbados Voice of: Government meteorologist Tia Browne.
There is concern among some landowners along a section of the Christ Church coast about a reported plan by the government to acquire the properties for development. A notice published in the newspaper upset land owners at Bath Village, St. Lawrence, and Dover. The notice published in the press on Wednesday, September 21st advised of […]