Intervenor Watson Dismisses BL&P’s Planned High Court Appeal as PR “Spin”.

Electricity rate hearing intervenor Tricia Watson believes the High Court will uphold the Fair Trading Commission’s decision to turn down the Barbados Light and Power Company’s request for a rate hike.The power company has served notice that it plans to challenge in court the FTC decision and points out that this is the first time […]

Barbados Champions the Cause of “the global south” at High Level Health Forum in the U.A.E.

Barbados’ Prime Minister Mia Amor Mottley has told global health officials of the need for developing countries to have better access to life-saving pharmaceuticals.She also sees the need for greater investment in developing antibiotics due to the threat of bacterial resistance to those currently available.Ms Mottley who is co-chair of the One Health Global Initiative, […]

BUT Pleased That Classes Moved Out of St. John Primary

The Barbados Union of Teachers is pleased about plans to move staff and students out of the St. John Primary School until the end of the term. Yesterday the Education Ministry announced that from Monday classes will continue at the nearby Messiah’s House of Prayer Wesleyan Holiness Church. The move came after staff, parents and […]