Bdos Water Resources Under Threat

General Manager of the Barbados Water Authority, Keithroy Halliday says the country’s freshwater resources are under threat. He made the disclosure as regional stakeholders in water management continued their meeting today in Barbados to discuss ways to deal with the water crisis. Speaking at the two-day Caribbean Water Conference at Lloyd Erskine Sandiford Centre, Mr. […]

BUT Worried About School Violence

The Barbados Union of Teachers has again raised concern over violence in schools. First Vice President of the BUT, Julian Pierre, says the situation is worsening as some students are bringing weapons to school. Cue in: Violence in schools…   The BUT is calling for consultations with key stakeholders. First Vice President of the Barbados […]

Artistes Criticised for Vulgar Lyrics In Crop Over Songs

Church leaders and a key spokesman for this country’s artistes are alarmed at what they see as a worryingly vulgar trend in the soca music produced in Barbados. They are urging performers and producers to clean up their act. New President of the Barbados Association of Creatives and Artistes, Colin Spencer, says the vulgar music […]