Now that diplomatic ties have been formally re-established between Cuba and the United States, Barbados is looking to add its name to the list of CARICOM countries attempting to enter the Cuban market.
The five finalists of the Barbados at 50 Monument Design Competition will be announced next week.
Entrepreneurs and potential business people have been advised to pay attention to this country’s labour legislation.
Members of the public have been advised that a series of sound-level tests will be carried out in the Garrison area, from St. Ann’s Fort, under the supervision of the Barbados Defence Force...
Farmers who are a part of the Barbados Agricultural Development and Marketing Corporation (BADMC) generated approximately $30 million in primary produce in 2015.
The Barbados Agricultural Development and Marketing Corporation, (BADMC) remains committed to building linkages between local farmers, agro-processors, food manufacturers, distributors and consumers.
Activities to mark the Child Care Board’s annual celebration of Child Month will begin next week under the theme: Celebrating Children: The Gems of Our Nation.
Health threats such as the Zika virus and Chikungunya have shown that where countries in Latin and South America, and the English-speaking Caribbean are concerned, “our challenges are the same”.
The Community Development Department and the Barbados Tourism Product Authority will host the Bush Hall Community’s Tourism Day, entitled: Festook, tomorrow, Saturday, April 30.
There is a need for “due process” when dealing with difficult situations in the education system.
The Student Revolving Loan Fund (SRLF) is now accepting application forms.
BGIS notices for Friday, April 29, 2016.
The Barbados Secondary Schools’ Entrance Examination will be held on Tuesday, May 3, at 22 secondary schools across the island from 9:00 a.m.
Those persons who have applied for assistance from the Urban Development Commission (UDC) can now participate in that organisation’s 2016 Garden Beautification Competition.
Members of the public have been advised that the District ‘A’ Domestic Court, District ‘A’ Civil Court and District ‘C’ Court, currently located at the Supreme Court Complex, will be closed effective next Tuesday, May 3.
The National Conservation Commission (NCC) has advised that the Brownes Beach Car Park will be closed from Friday, April 29, to Tuesday, May 3.
Trade facilitation within Barbados is expected to be transformed with the implementation of the Electronic Single Window (ESW).
The Ministry of Agriculture has embarked on a project to reforest the Scotland District of the island.
The public is invited to the Community Independence Celebrations Secretariat’s (CICS) Independence Celebrations Introduction Ceremony on Saturday, May 14, at Gall Hill playing field, St. John, at 5:30 p.m.
The Index of Industrial Production (IIP) decreased by 11.9 per cent in January 2016 when compared with the previous month.