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Back to work

Grinding of cane at the Portvale Sugar Factory is due to resume this afternoon following strike action.

And factory manager Raphael O’Neal tells Barbados TODAY the facility is scheduled to receive the first delivery of cane from the fields on Tuesday.



Factory work Factory 8 Factory 2 Factory 1 Factory 5

2 Responses to Back to work

  1. Sanderson Rowe April 19, 2014 at 2:45 pm

    Grinding is due to resume this afternoon,with the first delivery of canes from the fields scheduled for Tuesday. Will they be grinding today, those week old cane- butts that were lying in trailers in the sun and rain for the past week?

  2. dd smith April 20, 2014 at 3:49 pm

    Well done. who are winners, have sense prevail.
    Management nil. Trade Unionist, nil. Government, well, am, well.


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