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Outside resource needed to rebuild Alexandra

The Alexandra School has been so “shattered” it will take an “outside resource” to rebuild it. That’s the belief of Deputy Principal Beverley Neblett-Lashley, who said relations at the St. Peter institution would not now be so badly off if such help was provided “a year or two ago”. She was answering questions from Principal […]

No cover up

The second in command at the Alexandra School today denied trying to hide the fact she slapped a student in the face from her immediate boss. Deputy Principal Beverley Neblett-Lashley included the incident in her written statement to the Commission of Enquiry on Alexandra, and responded to questions about it when the matter was raised […]

Deputy got out of Jeff’s way

Deputy Principal of the Alexandra School Beverley Neblett-Lashley attempted and failed on up to five occasions to become a school head there and elsewhere. But the St. Peter school’s senior administrator today dismissed any suggestions her going on a term’s leave when Principal Jeff Broomes assumed his post in 2002 and taking up an overseas […]

Deputy got out of Jeff's way

Deputy Principal of the Alexandra School Beverley Neblett-Lashley attempted and failed on up to five occasions to become a school head there and elsewhere. But the St. Peter school’s senior administrator today dismissed any suggestions her going on a term’s leave when Principal Jeff Broomes assumed his post in 2002 and taking up an overseas […]

Frost: BSTU acted within its rights

Frost: BSTU acted within its rights

An advisor to the trade union representing more than two dozen Alexandra School teachers who took industrial action in January is unhappy with the way it was treated by some Government officials. Barbados Secondary Teachers Union consultant, Patrick Frost, said that organisation was acting within its lawful rights when it sought to have the Chief […]

Out in the Hustlings

Out in the Hustlings

Prime Minister Freundel Staurt has not rung the election bell yet but President of the New Barbados Kingdom Alliance Party, Apostle Lynroy Scantlebury, is not waiting. Since announcing that he will be contesting the St. Peter seat in the next General Elections, he has been out and about the rural constituency meeting voters.

Police on pause

Police on pause

Court grants injunction placing all police force post upgrades on hold

Victory in sight

Victory in sight

Opposition leader Owen Arthur believes a glorious election victory is within sight of his Barbados Labour Party, and the national nightmare of the Freundel Stuart administration must be ended. Arthur expressed these views last night while addressing a mass meeting at the Prior Park Roundabout, St. James. The former Prime Minister said: “I should be […]

Dump dispute

Dump dispute

BLP suing government over metal landfill exchange issue