BWA sets up a new multi-disciplinary committee to address concerns over technical problems plaguing the South Coast sewage treatment plant in St Lawrence, Christ Church.
AMBEV accuses Ansa McAl of ulterior motives in securing a court injunction to freeze the sale of Banks Holdings Ltd.
The Barbados Family Planning Association is calling for a comprehensive education programme to allow teenagers to make informed decisions on consensual sex.

One Response to BARBADOS TODAY MORNING UPDATE – November 6, 2015

  1. jrsmith November 6, 2015 at 9:22 am

    Barbados problems, just bad management, the present government minister for health, made a statement , telling us he is an engineer, and the problems with the sewage treatment plant , existed for 15 years ,which seems all members of parliament knew about the same. had not for MIA , the opposition leaders ,bringing this to light , in would then carry on for another 15 years.

    The present government , was in power long enough to fix this problem, seeing that the minister, knew of the problems. don’t they care about the people of Barbados and the health risks.
    This unit belongs to Barbados , not to the ,Democratic or the
    Labour Party, both party’s is to blame, to hell , they are just behaving as if they are only capable of a game of dominoes , at the local rum shop. this is less than kid stuff.

    The behaviour of our latest crop of politicians is bloody awful, they fail in every way, bajans are paying for failure. nothing seems to get them moving , should we point out to them ,Barbados LTD , needs managing. Crime ,infrastructure, the economy, Barbados security. our communities becoming very violent. would some wake these people up.


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