Like the song says, it was hit after hit after hit when the curtains came down with Digicel’s Reggae on the Hill on Sunday.
At a time when the citizens of Barbados need them the most, the Government of Barbados has failed to demonstrate leadership.
Journalists in Barbados are being asked to act responsibly when reporting on issues that affect the country’s image.
THE discussion on productivity is one that is done very much in isolation and as a result, it does not take into account certain types of workers.
Barbados Workers’ Union (BWU) President General, Linda Brooks (left); and BWU General Secretary, Toni Moore, were among those who laid wreaths at the statue of Trade Union Legend and National Hero, Sir Frank Walcott.
TAKING TIME TO HONOUR LABOUR! Minister of Labour, Senator Dr. Esther Byer-Suckoo; and former Barbados Workers’ Union (BWU) General Secretary, Sir Roy Trotman, observing a moment of silence at the statue of Trade Union Legend and National Hero, the Right Excellent Sir Frank Walcott.
THE Barbados Workers’ Union’s focus on productivity was embraced by hundreds of workers who took to the streets for the annual May Day march, yesterday.