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The open hole with eight drums in front of Barry’s Key and Cycle Shop, part of the ongoing BWA project.

The open hole with eight drums in front of Barry’s Key and Cycle Shop, part of the ongoing BWA project.

Ongoing Road Work at the corner of Roebuck Street the City.

Ongoing Road Work at the corner of Roebuck Street the City.

Barber Aaron Roach sitting in his empty shop along Roebuck Street eating a sandwich. In the background, the shop is empty as a result of BWA work in roebuck Street.

Barber Aaron Roach sitting in his empty shop along Roebuck Street eating a sandwich. In the background, the shop is empty as a result of BWA work in roebuck Street.

Business owners frustrated with BWA

FRUSTRATED business owners in Roebuck Street are unsatisfied with the prolonged water works project by the Barbados Water Authority, and are pleading for urgent solutions to this matter.

From left: CEO of the City of Bridgetown Co-operative Credit Union Limited (C.O.B), Steve Belle; President of C.O.B, Henderson Williams; Senator Harcourt Husbands, Parliamentary Secretary in the Ministry of Education; Principal of Combermere School and President of the Barbados Association of Principals of Public Secondary Schools (BAPPSS), Vere Parris and Dr Suresh Chatrani, Owner of OSI Computer Store.

C.O.B. empowering youth

The City of Bridgetown Co-operative Credit Union Limited (C.O.B) is changing the way young people relate to and use money.  

Prime Minister the Right Hon. Freundel Stuart  addressing the audience in attendance at last Saturday’s production ‘From Bussa, to Barrow and beyond’

Human trafficking mordern form of slavery, says Prime Minister

Prime Minister the Right Hon. Freundel Stuart says that slavery though abolished still exists in new forms. He therefore urges persons to continue the fight to rid the island of these ills.

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