Sheria Brathwaite, Author at Barbados Today
Articles by Sheria Brathwaite

Businessmen in the north upset about proposed traffic...

Some well-known businessmen who have been operating in Speightstown,...

FIRES WREAK HAVOC

GRASS FIRES STRETCHING RESOURCES OF FIRE SERVICE By Sheria Brathwaite...

Businessman urges greater cautions as store attempts to...

A Bridgetown store owner is counting several thousands of dollars in...

Cost of poultry to increase as feed prices go up

Consumers are being put on notice to expect a hike in poultry prices...

Smoke forces closure of some schools

Fire disrupted classes at three schools today. Two St George schools,...

MORE DISRUPTIONS

ENVIRONMENTAL ISSUES AFFECT SCHOOLS YET ANOTHER DAY By Sheria...

Campaign Castle residents want proper road

By Sheria Brathwaite Residents in Campaign Castle, St George are...

VOICE FOR RESIDENTS

SIR ROY URGES COMMUNITY NOT TO BACK DOWN IN JOE’S RIVER BATTLE,...

Environmental issues at three public schools

By Sheria Brathwaite At least three public schools are being impacted...

Plans on the cards to better resource MTW stations

By Sheria Brathwaite The Ministry of Transport and Works (MTW) is...

PAY PLEA

COTTON PICKERS SAY THEY DESERVE MORE MONEY By Sheria Brathwaite If all...

IN EFFECT

LAW TO PROTECT FARMERS’ CROPS, LIVESTOCK FINALLY PROCLAIMED By...

FARMERS’ PLEA

CALLS FOR ACTION ON PRAEDIAL LARCENY AS CROP THIEVES HIT AGAIN By...

BUT is calling for urgent help at Frederick Smith Secondary

The Barbados Union of Teachers (BUT) wants a number of outstanding...

Ministry to determine if Pinnacles’ proposed price hike is...

By Sheria Brathwaite Government will soon be making a decision on the...

NCF training to keep Bajan tradition alive

By Sheria Brathwaite The National Cultural Foundation (NCF) is...

Senior policeman switches hats

It was a family affair for deputy Commissioner of the Barbados Police...

Top prizes for new exhibitors

By Sheria Brathwaite Two first-time participants in the Agrofest 2023...

Cane harvest starts

The 2023 sugarcane harvest got off to a slow start today. Reports from...
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