Transport Minister Michael Lashley says authorities are considering installing surveillance cameras at terminals to clamp down on violence and vandalism.
Barbados continues to call for the perpetrators of the Cubana Airlines crash of 1976 to be brought to justice.
CEO of the Barbados Agricultural Society James Paul anticipating relief for parched farms across the island.

2 Responses to BARBADOS TODAY MORNING UPDATE – October 7, 2015

  1. BObo The Clown October 7, 2015 at 8:33 am

    Why has it taken all these years for the Transport Minister to finally think about the installation of surveillance cameras in the Fair Child street bus stand? Security guards have been in that bus stand for years on end ,but when buses pull into the bays to load and School kids , big men and women too jump over barriers put in place to funnel people in an orderly manner are breached ,nary a one could be seen . But a careful look one would and still can see the guards standing near to the entrance to the Terminal next to the washroom area chatting ,and laughing with friends ,or other guards without a care in the world about what is happening to some poor old Woman or Man that is being squeezed or crushed by the despicable act of a few.
    It would seem to any one who saw what i saw that these Guards were only interested in picking School girls ,and any women that would allow them to flirt with them. That appeared to be their only intension.
    Although there are School buses, the number of School Children waiting to board buses out number the adults most of the time. If the Transport Board or the Minister in charge were to clamp down by making these children who refuse to catch School Buses( but sit around the bus stand causing all kinds of congestion and problems until they decide it is time to go home) pay the full bus fares , line up in an orderly manner,and above all ,wait in a separate line until adults trying to get home from a tough days work or shopping be allowed to board first ,only then School Children would be more selective in when and how they travel home after school .
    Some serious behavioral problems exist with this current brand of young people we are grooming to lead when the elders are no more.

  2. christopher alleyne October 7, 2015 at 8:38 pm

    I agree Barbados has produced a generation of vipers,


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