BARBADOS TODAY MORNING UPDATE – October 19, 2015

Police issue a fresh appeal for help in finding missing St Philip woman, Marcelle Smith and missing teen Emela John.
CEO of the Barbados Agricultural Society James Paul is reporting that agriculture production is on the rebound.
UWI Chancellor Sir George Alleyne wants the Cave Hill campus to get more involved in efforts to curb child obesity.

One Response to BARBADOS TODAY MORNING UPDATE – October 19, 2015

  1. jrsmith October 19, 2015 at 9:14 am

    Mr , Priminister, your speech wasn’t necessary , this is the feel good time for the farmers, well done to them, to have stuck with the problems and made they businesses work. it said nothing, where were you when the farmers were crying out for help from theft , from the various farm. the CEO of the society explain and give us what we need to hear.

    Lets hope this will be sustain for some time to come. well done again.

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