Monday, April 15, 2024

Mia: Water relief coming


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RELIEF IS COMING to Barbadians facing water woes in some eastern and northern parishes, while chronic illnesses such as diabetes are to be tackled at the community level.

These are two of the messages Prime Minister Mia Amor Mottley brought to the parish of St Andrew as the ruling Barbados Labour Party (BLP) and Ermie Bourne Foundation gathered Saturday night to mark the contributions of the late BLP parliamentarian and first female member of the House of Assembly, Dame Ermie Bourne.

In recent weeks, residents in St Joseph, St John and St Andrew in particular have been crying out against persistent water ourtages or poor supply from the Barbados Water Authority. (HH)

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