MEDIA TOLD: BE MORE SENSITIVE

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The local media were today tossed a brickbat by Minister of Family, Dr. Esther Byer Suckoo, for sometimes carrying inappropriate advertisements in the newspapers.

IMMUNISATION IMPORTANT

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Public health nurses have been urged to continue spreading the message of the importance of immunisation.

PM ENCOURAGES YOUTH TO ADVOCATE FOR LIFESTYLE CHANGE

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Prime Minister David Thompson receives assistance from pupils of St. John’s Primary School during the tree planting at Kendal Plantation.

You can physically see the devastation that has taken place as part of the economic choices that we make [in] our own lifestyle choices, as well as to accommodate others who visit us and enjoy what we have.”   

This observation was made by Prime Minister David Thompson today, World Earth Day, as he delivered remarks at the launch of The Youth Development Services’ (YDS), Tree Planting Project, at Kendal Plantation in St. John.   

EMPLOYERS ENCOURAGED TO REPORT WORKPLACE ACCIDENTS

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As Barbados prepares to join the rest of the world in celebrating “World Day for Safety and Health” on April 28, a reminder is going out to all employers that they must report all accidents that occur in the workplace.