Arawak Cement Company to build concrete roads


Arawak Cement Company is to begin work next month on a concrete road in a bid to convince Government to move away from asphalt to concrete surfaces. General Manager Manuel Toro said the company would construct 200 to 300 metres of road leading to its Checker Hall, St Lucy plant. “We expect to start building […]

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Electoral Department puts voters on notice of general elections

With elections due to be held within the next year, the local Electoral Department today sought to put eligible voters on notice for the much-anticipated poll. In a statement issued via the Barbados Government Information Service, the Department announced that it would be implementing a new system of registration, with […]