Zero Tolerance For Child Sexual Exploitation
Published: April 1, 2015
There is and will be zero tolerance for any sexual exploitation of our children by any teacher in any school in this island.These...
Bigger Sugar Cane Crop Expected For 2016
Published: April 1, 2015
Next year’s sugar cane crop is expected to be bigger than in recent years.This was revealed by Minister of Agriculture, Food,...
Is It Time To Rethink Our Teaching Model?
Published: April 1, 2015
For decades, thousands of Barbadian children have been instructed to “go to school, learn, pass exams and get a good job”....
Statement On Submission Of SBA Marks
Published: March 31, 2015
The position of the Ministry of Education, Science, Technology and Innovation (METI) is that marking of the SBA forms part of the...
Physical Development Plan Essential For Barbados
Published: March 31, 2015
Proposals to amend the Barbados Physical Development Plan (PDP) (2003) are being evaluated and a consulting firm will be chosen...

   
     
       
Senior Athletes Asked To Attend Zone Meetings
Athletes who will be competing in the upcoming National Senior Games are invited to attend their corresponding zone meetings,...

Juvenile Sentencing Structure Under Scrutiny
Long probation periods and sentences at the Government Industrial School (GIS) for juveniles will be among the issues discussed...

Improving Chemical Management In Barbados
With an average of 25 accidents caused by exposure to toxic substances being reported to the Labour Department annually,...

SJPP Book Amnesty Starts April 7
Past students of the Samuel Jackman Prescod Polytechnic (SJPP) who may have outstanding books for that institution’s library...

Register Now For EMT Course
Registration is currently on for the Barbados Community College’s (BCC) Emergency Medical Technician course, which begins on...

Zero Tolerance For Child Sexual Exploitation
There is and will be zero tolerance for any sexual exploitation of our children by any teacher in any school in this island.These...

Competition Winners Impress Health Minister
Health Minister John Boyce was so impressed with the entries in a poster competition sponsored by the Ministry of Health and the...

New Legislation To Protect Farmers Soon
Farmers in Barbados should soon have more protection when the Praedial Larceny Bill is passed in Parliament.This is according to...

Bigger Sugar Cane Crop Expected For 2016
Next year’s sugar cane crop is expected to be bigger than in recent years.This was revealed by Minister of Agriculture, Food,...

Study On Underachieving Boys A Possibility
The underachievement of boys in education was one of the issues discussed, when Deputy Secretary-General of the Commonwealth...

PM Stuart Praises Young Barbadians
Young Barbadians have come in for high praise from Prime Minister Freundel Stuart, who said they were taking advantage of the...

Parents Must Be More Involved In Children's Lives
One of the biggest challenges confronting Barbados’ juvenile justice system is keeping parents involved in the lives of their...

Statement On Submission Of SBA Marks
The position of the Ministry of Education, Science, Technology and Innovation (METI) is that marking of the SBA forms part of the...

National Juvenile Justice Conference Next Month
Outdated laws, children being placed at an unfair disadvantage, and the real problems not being addressed, are some of the...

New Energy Efficient Street Lights Soon
As part of its continuing programme to phase out inefficient lighting in Barbados, Government has announced plans to replace more...

Listen to NEW INITIATIVES TO BOOST THE TOURISM INDUSTRYNEW INITIATIVES TO BOOST THE TOURISM INDUSTRY - 2013-07-19 12:57:08
Minister of Tourism and International Transport, Richard Sealy accompanied by the Minister of Finance and Economic Affairs, Christopher Sinckler,...
April 1, 2015
7:00 pm
Wednesday
Prime Minister Freundel Stuart will host a reception for long-stay visitors at Ilaro Court, Two Mile Hill, St. Michael.
April 2, 2015
9:00 am
Thursday
Minister of Home Affairs, Adriel Brathwaite, will deliver remarks during the official opening ceremony for the Caribbean Disaster Management Agency`s new building at Lower Estate, St. Michael.
Performance-Based Systems Key To Productivity
Performance-based systems not only measure productivity; they also identify work targets for employees and highlight their good...

General Notices for January 23, 2014
Ministry and OAS To Host Cultural Statistics WorkshopThe Ministry of Culture, Sports and Youth, in collaboration with the...

Job Seekers Encouraged To Develop Skills
Barbadian workers who have been laid off are being encouraged to upgrade their skills for re-entry into the job market.This word...

Sports Holds Career and Business Opportunities
Young people have been advised that there are numerous career opportunities in sports that go beyond the playing of...

September Finish For Grotto Development
Work at the urban high-rise development which is being constructed at “The Grotto”, Beckles Road, St. Michael, is on schedule...

Students Reminded of Song Competition
Secondary school students are being reminded of the “Guardians of Music Programme” song competition launched last December,...

Barbados Ripe For Investment
Minister of Industry, International Business, Commerce and Small Business Development, Donville Inniss, has sought to allay the...

Counselling Desk To Be Established Soon
Retrenched workers from the National Environment Enhancement Programme (NEEP) will soon be able to visit a counselling desk at...

SSA Recycling Programme On The Cards
Government is seeking to establish a collection programme through the Sanitation Service Authority (SSA) dedicated to green...

Government Committed To Recycling
The annual 4R’s (Reduce, Reuse, Recycle, Recover) Fair, is a reminder of Government’s continued commitment to recycling in...

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