The island’s business sector says the go-sow at the ports-of-entry hurting tourism and importers.
Barbados will soon implement civil forfeiture legislation to confiscate properties in criminal cases.
Former Chief Town Planner Leonard St Hill is dead…see more in our afternoon update.

One Response to BARBADOS TODAY AFTERNOON UPDATE – November 15, 2016

  1. freeagent November 15, 2016 at 4:30 pm

    Former Trade Union leaders are probably shaking their heads in disbelief at the present state of affairs within the various unions in Barbados. While those former leaders initiated go slows and strikes when they became the last resort, these women led unions seem to be allowing politics to be the first order of the day: they call strikes monthly for one flimsy reason or the other. What if government were to go on ‘ on ‘go slow’ on the 25th of the month?

    Government ought not to pay employees when they go on strike unless the strike is called for a valid reason.


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