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Labour Day Joy

CARLOS ATWELL, [email protected]

Labour Day Joy

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THE 2015 LABOUR DAY parade was again well attended although under stricter guidelines.

Kadooment revelling along the route has become a major concern so steps were taken this year to prevent the element of masquerade with the use of ropes that cordoned off the groups which followed behind a music truck – ironically exactly like Kadooment.

Barbados Workers’ Union (BWU) general secretary Toni Moore said it had reached the point where some companies were reducing their support of the activity.

“One of the major groups missing is Massy because of the disruptions where individuals invaded the groups. This does not represent the occasion so they made a conscious effort to limit their participation with plans to return later when we can address the problem,” she said. (CA)

Please read the full story in today’s Saturday Sun, or in the eNATION edition.

Nation Union of Public Workers president Akanni McDowall (left) greeting general secretary of the Barbados Workers Union Toni Moore.