Pay hope

Government and the unions representing public servants could be back at the bargaining table soon, with the Ministry of the Civil Service today hinting that the Freundel Stuart administration wanted progress made in wages and salary negotiations before the upcoming general election, constitutionally due by June. Permanent Secretary Alyson Forte told Barbados TODAY he had […]
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Unlucky blow

A 27-year-old electrician, who endangered the life of a woman and her three-year-old baby, when he threw a beer bottle into a public vehicle, will spend the next 28-days at Dodds prison. Magistrate Douglas Frederick remanded Rashidi Akins Smith, of Block 12A, Down Hill Drive, Eden Lodge, St Michael, after […]