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BWA strike to continue tomorrow


It’s day two of protest action by workers at the Barbados Water Authority.

Armed with placards workers took to the streets just outside of the BWA’s Pine headquarters to vent their frustration at management’s failure to address their plight.



The disgruntled group downed tools on Wednesday after the company failed to respond to an ultimatum set by the Barbados Workers Union (BWU) to address outstanding payments owed since 2006.


BWU general secretary Toni Moore held an hour-long meeting with the workers this afternoon and when she emerged she told reporters the protests would continue tomorrow.



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