Burnt cane pain

marciadottin, marciadottin@nationnews.com

Added 23 April 2014


Industrial action as well as persistent cane fires have put a dent in this year’s sugar cane yield.     The strike at Portvale Factory has ended but stakeholders still have to contend with the fires, which have not stopped some cane-cutters from setting about their task. Such was the case at Warleigh Plantation in St Peter where a number of workers were busy yesterday getting the canes ready for transport to the factory in order to salvage the rest of the crop. (RL)


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