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Tag Archives: town hall

  1. STYROFOAM CONTAINERS POSSESS UNSEEN DANGERS FOR BARBADIAN CONSUMERS

    A local environmental consultant warns a persistence in using polystyrene or styrofoam containers can lead to dangerous side effects. This urgent cry of caution from Mark Hill, the CEO of Think Design, who engineered the successful redesign of Star Chick for HACCP verified poultry packaging, was part of the panellists attending last week’s Town Hall […]

    April 23, 2019BusinessNo comments
  2. NO TIME IS A GOOD TIME – BLUE ECONOMY MINISTER SPEAKS FRANKLY AT PLASTICS BAN TALKS

    There was no holding back as vendors, retailers, distributors and members of the public voiced concerns over the ban on petro-based single use plastics at Paddock Road during the first of two town hall meetings. Minister of Maritime Affairs and the Blue Economy, Kirk Humphrey, said the discussion on banning plastics started as far back […]

    April 22, 2019Breaking News, Education, FeaturedNo comments
  3. New Private Credit Bureau down for Discussion at Town Hall Meeting

    A private Credit Bureau is proposed to be setup in Barbados and Barbadians are being offered an opportunity to learn more and share their views about this proposal. “The Barbados Bankers Association (TBBA) is in the process of selecting a provider for the establishment and operation of a private Credit Bureau in Barbados which is […]

    July 24, 2017Business, FeaturedNo comments
  4. QUO VADIS – COMBERMERE? PARENTS STILL IN LIMBO OVER THEIR CHILDREN’S FATE…

    Combermerian parents are still awaiting results from the six member committee who were selected to liaise with the Ministry of Education over the closure of Combermere Secondary at Waterford. With many parents and pupils fearing an eerie replay of the closure of Louis Lynch secondary in 2006, demands for an environmental report to be conducted […]

    December 11, 2016Education, Photo GalleryNo comments
  5. FINAL COMMUNITY MEETINGS ON HABITAT III – WILL MOONTOWN BE LIKE THE VATICAN?

    Members of the public will have their last chance to share their opinion on the future of housing in Barbados, at the final two community meetings on Habitat III. The meetings will be held on Sunday, August 16, at the Princess Margaret Secondary School, Six Roads, St. Philip, and Wednesday, August 19, in the hall […]

    August 13, 2015PoliticalNo comments
  6. City Of Miramar To Hold Town Hall Meeting Opposing Oil Drilling

    (SOUTH FLORIDA CARIBBEAN NEWS) City of Miramar Mayor, Wayne Messam has called on all Broward County mayors and elected officials to join him in a Town Hall meeting to discuss environmental implications of oil drilling in Broward as a result of the recent application filed by Kanter Real Estate LLC. If approved, the drilling would […]

    August 10, 2015Featured, PoliticalNo comments
  7. The Zero Waste Professor is Back, Foundation School tonite at 7 p.m. Cahill Energy proposed Waste To Energy is a Waste of Time!

    PLEASE SIGN THE PETITION: https://goo.gl/5eStr4

    July 23, 2015Health, Photo Gallery1 comment
  8. Cahill Energy proposed Waste To Energy is a Waste of Time – NOT BARBADOS!

    Kid #3: My Mommy says smoking kills. Nick Naylor: Oh, is your Mommy a doctor? Kid #3: No. Nick Naylor: A scientific researcher of some kind? Kid #3: No. Nick Naylor: Well, then she’s hardly a credible expert, is she? Aaron Eckhart – Thank You for Smoking (2005) This film was a seminal treatise on […]

    July 23, 2015Editorial, Health1 comment
  9. National Qualifications Framework: Town Hall Meetings

    The public is invited to attend the following town hall meetings which will be held to gather feedback on the proposed National Qualifications Framework (NQF) for Barbados which will be a major mechanism to transform education and training in Barbados. The NQF is Pillar 2 of the Barbados Human Resource Development Strategy 2011-2016. All town […]

    January 6, 2015EducationNo comments
  10. JIVING AROUND WITH 2015: Cleric reprimanded during School Vacation to prevent Strike

    Hey, it’s that time again when we look at some of the top things for the previous year… Ever wondered why this teacher was punished so long after the fact? If he was disciplined during regular school-time would it not have been easier to rally support against the move via colleagues engaging a concentrated protest? […]

    December 31, 2014Photo Gallery, PoliticalNo comments
  11. MINISTRY OF HEALTH UPDATES BARBADOS CHRISTIAN COUNCIL ON EBOLA

    A team from the Ministry of Health, led by Health Minister John Boyce, met with members of the Barbados Christian Council yesterday as it continued its public sensitisation programme on Barbados’ preparedness for the Ebola Virus Disease. He spoke of the training which had been carried out at the ports of entry to equip front […]

    December 12, 2014Health, ReviewNo comments