Today on MORNING BLEND:
Bahamas Union of Teachers President Belinda Wilson tells us 95 percent of the union’s issues have been resolved, following a meeting last week with the Minister of Labour. However, teachers continue with their on a work-to-rule. Their outstanding issues remain union access to school campuses for meetings, and the ongoing health concerns and structural problems with Stephen Dillet and Uriah McPhee Primary Schools; the former issue will have to be settled by the Supreme Court in January.
Also, Emanji Circus Arts is back with their show “Echoes – A Tribute to 40 Years of Bahamian Entertainment”. Founder/Director of this first-ever Bahamian circus, Jarvis Grant tells us about his group of jugglers, contortionists, clowns, mimes, tumblers and acrobats, which include Shonte Cargill and Marnarrey Lightbourn. The show runs December 19-21 at 8pm at the National Centre for the Performing Arts. Tickets are $20 for adults, $10 for children (under 12). For more information, log on to emanjicircusarts.com, or visit them on Facebook.
“In The News”, we discuss what needs to be done to tackle the poaching problem, especially in light of the massive haul confiscated this week from Dominican Republic fishermen.
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