Govt to make $2m payout for ash clean-up work – Barbados Today

admin

Government is to pay $2 million to public workers who helped clean up the volcanic ash from April’s eruption of the La Soufriere volcano. Minister of Education Santia Bradshaw moved a supplemental appropriation in the House of Assembly on Tuesday evening. She said the funds would be divided between six ministries – $281,000 goes towards […]
Next Post

Barbados weighing OECD two-pillar plan - Barbados Today

Minister of International Business and Industry Ronald Toppin has expressed concern about the two-pillar package on taxation in the digital economy being implemented by the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD). Minister Toppin pointed out that pillar two of the package, which seeks to put a floor on tax […]