Following reports that staff of the Barbados Water Authority (BWA) would likely be locked out of their Pine, St.
While some gains have been made in putting the country’s economy on an upward path, president of the Barbados Economic Society (BES), Shane Lowe, says there is a lot of work still to be done.
BWA General Manager Keithroy Halliday (left) and Chairman of the Board at the BWA, Leodean Worrell (third from left) with spokesman for corporate Barbados, Hallam Nicholls (fourth from right) and from left, Chris Maloney of Automotive Art; Sir Richard Cheltenham; Anderson Cherry of Jose & Jose and Project Recycle; Mark Roach of Williams Industries and Paul Bridgeman also of Jose & Jose and Project Recycle, who all donated community water tanks.
In the last 24 to 48 hours, the Barbados Water Authority (BWA) has been receiving an overwhelming number of donations of community tanks from corporate Barbados, as well as cash donations from Barb
Abraham Alexander of the Coleridge and Parry School was given the Principal’s Award for Best All-Round Student during the institution’s Annual Speech Day and Prize-Giving Ceremony.
Barbadians are being assured their palates will be satisfied this Christmas season by the local farming community.