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BNTCL SNAG

GOVERNMENT’S decision to divest its interests in the Barbados National Terminal Company Limited (BNTCL) has hit another snag.

Consultant at the Ministry of Tourism and Chairman of the Planning Committee, Hugh Foster, speaking to the media about where the sun symbol will be embedded in the pavement in front of Rihanna’s former home.

POSITIVE RESPONSE

Consultant with the Ministry of Tourism and International Transport, Hugh Foster, says residents of Westbury New Road have been supportive of the decision to officially rename the area.

Minister of Education, Science, Technology and Innovation, Ronald Jones (third from left); and Principal of The Ellerslie School, Lieutenant Colonel Errol Brathwaite (second from right), admire the plaque which was unveiled to rename the school, which used to be known as the Ellerslie Secondary School. Looking on are Parliamentary Secretary in the Ministry of Education, Senator Harcourt Husbands (second from left); Chairman of the Board, Terrence Inniss (partially hidden); Sylvester Niles (right), a former principal at the school; and sixth form students.

Minister of Education, Science, Technology and Innovation, Ronald Jones, looks on as Kylah Jordan Christie cuts the ribbon to declare the new sixth form block officially open.

Ellerslie gets 6th form, name change

THE principal and staff of The Ellerslie School have been lauded for taking up the challenge issued by Minister of Education, Science, Technology and Innovation, Ronald Jones, to introduce a sixth

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