Barbados’ National Anti-Drug Plan Approved
Published: June 29, 2016
Barbados’ National Anti-Drug Plan has been approved by Cabinet.This was disclosed recently by Acting Minister of Home Affairs,...
St. Stephen’s Gets Immersed In Chinese Culture
Published: June 29, 2016
Over 100 students from the St. Stephen’s Primary School are the youngest cohort of Barbadian pupils to learn Mandarin and...
Lashley: Clarke’s Works Will Live On
Published: June 28, 2016
The outstanding works of Barbadian writer Austin ‘Tom’ Clarke are sure to positively impact future generations for years to...
Opportunities In Harvesting Blackbelly Sheep
Published: June 28, 2016
We often see them frolicking around in green pastures and open spaces. Ranging in colour from light tan to dark mahogany red,...
Demolition Phase Starts At Sam Lords Castle
Published: June 27, 2016
The demolition phase at the old Sam Lord’s Castle site has started. Minister of Tourism and International Transport, Richard...

St. Stephen’s Gets Immersed In Chinese Culture
Over 100 students from the St. Stephen’s Primary School are the youngest cohort of Barbadian pupils to learn Mandarin and...

Summer Workshops For Teachers Start July 4
The Media Resource Department (MRD) will be conducting two workshops during the summer holidays for teachers.The Production of...

Opportunities In Harvesting Blackbelly Sheep
We often see them frolicking around in green pastures and open spaces. Ranging in colour from light tan to dark mahogany red,...

Crop Over Event To Help Food Bank
The HIV/AIDS Food Bank will receive a boost this Crop Over from donations made by patrons attending the Miss Crop Over 2016...

Energy Sector Poised For Growth
The energy sector is poised for significant growth, which could increase avenues for employment in the future.This was revealed...

Government Still Committed To SME Sector
Government remains firmly committed to the small and medium enterprise (SME) sector in Barbados. Minister of Small Business...

Barbados’ National Anti-Drug Plan Approved
Barbados’ National Anti-Drug Plan has been approved by Cabinet.This was disclosed recently by Acting Minister of Home Affairs,...

Online Shopping Opens Future For Post Office
The Barbados Postal Service is being urged to cash in on the increase in online shopping and the benefits that can be derived...

Fifty NGO Websites - A Great Youth Initiative
Efforts by students of the Barbados Community College (BCC) to construct 50 websites for Non-Governmental Organisations (NGOs)...

Lashley: Clarke’s Works Will Live On
The outstanding works of Barbadian writer Austin ‘Tom’ Clarke are sure to positively impact future generations for years to...

Government Committed To City Revitalisation
The Government of Barbados remains committed to the cultural revitalisation of Bridgetown.Minister of Culture, Sports and Youth,...

Labour Ministry Supporting Youth Programmes
For the last three years, the Ministry of Labour has been assisting several public, private and non-governmental organisations...

Barbados Willing To Share Cultural Expertise
Barbados stands ready to share its technical expertise on the cultural industries with its regional counterparts.This declaration...

Barbados Should Not Suffer From Brexit
Tourism Minister, Richard Sealy, has sought to allay concerns that Britain’s exit from the European Union (EU) might lead to...

Demolition Phase Starts At Sam Lords Castle
The demolition phase at the old Sam Lord’s Castle site has started. Minister of Tourism and International Transport, Richard...

June 30, 2016
8:30 am
Thursday
Health Minister, John Boyce, will deliver the welcome address at a Plant-Based Nutrition Conference and Expo at Hilton Barbados Resort, Aquatic Gap, St. Michael.
June 30, 2016
7:30 pm
Thursday
Minister of Culture, Sports and Youth, Stephen Lashley, will deliver opening remarks at the George Lamming Distinguished Lecture at the Walcott Warner Theatre, Errol Barrow Centre for Creative Imagination, University of the West Indies, Cave Hill, St. Michael.
July 1, 2016
9:00 am
Friday
Minister of Home Affairs, Adriel Brathwaite, will deliver the feature address during the opening ceremony of the Council of Ministers` Meeting at the Accra Beach Resort and Spa, Rockley, Christ Church.
TitleAuthorDate
CZMU Hosts Second Underwater Clean-UpJulia Rawlins-BenthamJune 29, 2016
Government Still Committed To SME SectorTheresa BlackmanJune 29, 2016
Barbados’ National Anti-Drug Plan ApprovedJulia Rawlins-BenthamJune 29, 2016
Online Shopping Opens Future For Post OfficeJulia Rawlins-BenthamJune 29, 2016
St. Stephen’s Gets Immersed In Chinese CultureUniversity of the West IndiesJune 29, 2016
Summer Workshops For Teachers Start July 4Joy-Ann GillJune 29, 2016
Fifty NGO Websites - A Great Youth InitiativeJoy-Ann GillJune 29, 2016
Lashley: Clarke’s Works Will Live OnJamal WeekesJune 28, 2016
Opportunities In Harvesting Blackbelly SheepTheresa BlackmanJune 28, 2016
Crop Over Event To Help Food BankJoy SpringerJune 28, 2016
Energy Sector Poised For GrowthKathyann HusbandsJune 28, 2016
Government Committed To City RevitalisationJamal WeekesJune 28, 2016
Labour Ministry Supporting Youth ProgrammesTheresa BlackmanJune 27, 2016
Barbados Willing To Share Cultural ExpertiseJamal WeekesJune 27, 2016
Calls For Private Sector To Promote Healthy EatingJoy SpringerJune 27, 2016
Demolition Phase Starts At Sam Lords Castle Theresa BlackmanJune 27, 2016
Barbados Should Not Suffer From BrexitTheresa BlackmanJune 27, 2016
Barbados Will Monitor Britain’s Withdrawal From EUSharon AustinJune 24, 2016
PM To Attend Expanded Panama Canal OpeningSharon AustinJune 24, 2016
High Demand For Bachelor Of Education Programme Joy-Ann GillJune 24, 2016
More Work Needed To Reduce HIV DiscrimminationDeirdre GittensJune 24, 2016
Register Now For Labour Department Seminar Sharon AustinJune 24, 2016
Continue To Be Vocal On Societal IssuesJamal WeekesJune 24, 2016
Training For Passenger Transport OperatorsBarbados Community CollegeJune 24, 2016
Public Forum On Labour & ProductivitySharon AustinJune 24, 2016
Historic Bridgetown To Mark 5th AnniversaryJamal WeekesJune 23, 2016
Four Receive Athletic ScholarshipsJamal WeekesJune 23, 2016
Park To Preserve & Conserve Natural HeritageJulia Rawlins-BenthamJune 23, 2016
Summer Recess For Schools Next WeekJoy-Ann GillJune 23, 2016
Sign Up For Photo-Essay CompetitionJulia Rawlins-BenthamJune 23, 2016
Work Hard & Aim High Says Prime MinisterSharon AustinJune 22, 2016
Prime Minister: Place More Value on Human LifeSharon AustinJune 22, 2016
Chance To Win Land For Crop OverJamal WeekesJune 22, 2016
Hurricane Survivor Urges Barbadians To Prepare NowJulia Rawlins-BenthamJune 22, 2016
Go To Shelters Only If NecessaryJulia Rawlins-BenthamJune 22, 2016
Statement On Recall Of ProductsDepartment of Commerce and Consumer AffairsJune 21, 2016
Reminder On Role Of Registering OfficersSharon AustinJune 21, 2016
Lecture On Ethnobotany & Plant MedicineJoy-Ann GillJune 21, 2016
Apply Now For SJPP’s Part-Time Courses Joy-Ann GillJune 21, 2016
Monitoring And Evaluation Project Under Way Deirdre GittensJune 21, 2016
UDC’s Gardening Workshop On SaturdaySharon AustinJune 21, 2016
MedData Now Operational In Four PolyclinicsJoy SpringerJune 21, 2016
Index Of Retail Prices For February 2016Economic Affairs DivisionJune 21, 2016
Museum To Hold Golden Anniversary Art CompetitionJamal WeekesJune 21, 2016
Employers Urged To Support Internship ProgrammesSharon AustinJune 20, 2016
Graduates Told: Continue Tradition Of Excellence Joy-Ann GillJune 20, 2016
Government Seeking More PlacementsJoy SpringerJune 20, 2016
Bay Primary's Emergency Drill June 23 Joy-Ann GillJune 20, 2016
New Ambassador-Designate To GenevaKim Ramsay-MooreJune 20, 2016
Jones: Mathematics Can Be Improved Joy-Ann GillJune 17, 2016



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