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Chairman of Williams Industries Inc Ralph “Bizzy” Williams presents David Staples (right) of Fairway Development Ltd for 20 years of service to the company.

Pushing ahead

THIS year marks the 45th year of unbroken profitability for the Williams Group of Companies.

Education Minister, Ronald Jones (l) unveiling the sign at the newly built Estwick and Glasgow Auditorium. He is joined by Senator Harcourt Husbands; Member of Parliament for St. John, Mara Thompson; honouree, Owen Estwick (fourth from left) who is standing next to his wife, Merlina Estwick (third from left). Also looking on are Merlyn Glasgow, wife of the late Earl Glasgow (fourth from left) and daughter of the late Earl Glasgow (second from left).

The Lodge School honours alumni trio

Three members of The Lodge School’s alumni can now boast that two buildings at the educational institution bear their names.

Acting Chief Labour Officer Victor Felix (left) assisting the President of the Congress of Trade Unions and Staff Associations (CTUSAB), Cedric Murrell in the cutting of the ribbon to officially open CTUSAB’s letting #4 Garrison,
St. Michael, Headquarters.

No let up!

THE Congress of Trade Unions and Staff Associations (CTUSAB) has not abandoned talks for a wage and salary increase.

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