FROM LEFT: Minister of Energy Senator Darcy Boyce; Minister of Tourism Richard Sealy; Prime Minister Freundel Stuart; and Former BWU General Secretary Sir Roy Trotman paying close attention to the speakers.

 

FROM LEFT: Minister of Energy Senator Darcy Boyce; Minister of Tourism Richard Sealy; Prime Minister Freundel Stuart; and Former BWU General Secretary Sir Roy Trotman paying close attention to the speakers.
 
   General Secretary of the Barbados Workers’ Union, Toni Moore, has thrown out a challenge to government to approve the call for agency legislation to help strengthen the trade union movement.   Addressing the large audience on hand for the... more

Minister of Labour and Social Security, Senator Dr. Esther Byer-Suckoo (left), and BWU’s General Secretary, Toni Moore, at the head table.

  NEW labour legislation will soon be on the way to the House of Assembly.   Minister with responsibility for this portfolio, Senator Dr. Esther Byer-Suckoo, revealed to those gathered for the 75th Barbados Workers’ Union Annual Delegates... more

Senior Medical Officer of Health, Dr. Leslie Rollock.

Recent sudden deaths, mostly occurring in public places, left Barbadians unnerved and calling for investigations into the cause. However, according to the Ministry of Health, the majority of those deaths were the result of Non-Communicable... more
 Jared Belgrave (right) receives his certificate of attendance at the closing ceremony for the Juvenile Liaison Scheme’s Summer Camp Programme.

 

 

Jared Belgrave (right) receives his certificate of attendance at the closing ceremony for the Juvenile Liaison Scheme’s Summer Camp Programme.

 

  The role played by high quality, structured, out-of- school activities such as summer camps in supporting and promoting positive youth development is being highlighted.     Director of the Juvenile Liaison Scheme’s Summer Camp Programme,... more
Parliamentary Secretary in the Ministry of Finance and Economic Affairs, Senator Jepter Ince.

Parliamentary Secretary in the Ministry of Finance and Economic Affairs, Senator Jepter Ince.

  The idea of a duty-free zone in Barbados is to create additional employment, says Parliamentary Secretary in the Ministry of Finance and Economic Affairs, Senator Jepter Ince.   Yesterday, he told the Democratic Labour Party’s (DLP)... more
Faith Brewster and Ramon Austin both received prizes for Best at Jewellery from  Inspector Stephen Griffith.

Faith Brewster and Ramon Austin both received prizes for Best at Jewellery from  Inspector Stephen Griffith.

A senior police officer is giving the assurance that the Juvenile Liaison Scheme will continue to make early interventions into the lives of at risk children and teens, so that they do not become part of the criminal justice system. Inspector... more
FROM LEFT: Minister of Energy Senator Darcy Boyce; Minister of Tourism Richard Sealy; Prime Minister Freundel Stuart; and Former BWU General Secretary Sir Roy Trotman paying close attention to the speakers.

 

FROM LEFT: Minister of Energy Senator Darcy Boyce; Minister of Tourism Richard Sealy; Prime Minister Freundel Stuart; and Former BWU General Secretary Sir Roy Trotman paying close attention to the speakers.
 

Minister of Labour and Social Security, Senator Dr. Esther Byer-Suckoo (left), and BWU’s General Secretary, Toni Moore, at the head table.

Senior Medical Officer of Health, Dr. Leslie Rollock.

 Jared Belgrave (right) receives his certificate of attendance at the closing ceremony for the Juvenile Liaison Scheme’s Summer Camp Programme.

 

 

Jared Belgrave (right) receives his certificate of attendance at the closing ceremony for the Juvenile Liaison Scheme’s Summer Camp Programme.

 

Parliamentary Secretary in the Ministry of Finance and Economic Affairs, Senator Jepter Ince.

Parliamentary Secretary in the Ministry of Finance and Economic Affairs, Senator Jepter Ince.

Faith Brewster and Ramon Austin both received prizes for Best at Jewellery from  Inspector Stephen Griffith.

Faith Brewster and Ramon Austin both received prizes for Best at Jewellery from  Inspector Stephen Griffith.

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