Good catch by Patrick Hoyos over at the Broad Street Journal. Kammie Holder and a few others who monitor environmental matters warned us a couple years ago about Cahill Clare Cowan (Energy Barbados) plan to sell after construction of a mega plasma gasification plan was scuttled. Do we have to wait as usual for our leaders to speak on theseRead more
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A couple hours before the arrest of former Minister Donville Inniss broke the following message was received by the blogmaster: Hello, I wanted to know if you can please remove this article. https://barbadosunderground.net/2015/09/28/ceo-of-cahill-energy-exposed/ its been 3 years and there is no longer a need for this. Can you please remove that article. The information on it is against Google’s guidelines.Read more
Prime Minister Mottley Issues Reminder to Public Servants – Do Government Business Using Official Email!
A statement issued Prime Minister Mia Mottley yesterday piqued the interest of the blogmaster. During a session labelled, a dialogue between Ministers of Government and a Committee representing Permanent Secretaries and others of a similar grade, Mottley instructed the senior public officers present, ‘… that no business of the Government of Barbados should be conducted on anything other than anRead more
It has been a few days Barbadians were alerted to the decision by the Barbados government about an arrangement with Amazone Resources to transport a maximum of 2 million litres of water to Barbados. It is an open secret the Barbados Water Authority (BWA) has been struggling to supply water to Barbadians living on the rock -especially in the NorthernRead more
According to media reports Minister of Agriculture, Fisheries and Water Resource Management Dr David Estwick has scheduled a press conference for later today (07.10.2016). Estwick has been the target of severe criticism because of the inability of the Barbados Water Authority (BWA) to achieve its mandate to deliver potable water to ALL Barbadians. One hopes that Estwick will treat BarbadiansRead more
Safe drinking water and adequate sanitation are crucial for poverty reduction, crucial for sustainable development and crucial for achieving any and every one of the Millennium Development Goals. – UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon It should be easy for most Barbadians to sympathize, or perhaps even empathize, with the plight of the residents of those local districts who have hadRead more