Graduates in the first cohort of Barbados’ Drug Treatment Court (DTC) were encouraged to keep going as they embarked on a new journey in life – one that is drug free!
The Ministry of Health has scaled up its vector eradication programme in response to the mosquito-borne Zika virus.
Barbados will for the first time host a tech boot camp for entrepreneurs with an interest in learning how to launch a software-based company.
Community tourism is a very important aspect of Barbados’ tourism product...
The Vector Control Unit of the Ministry of Health continues its fogging programme next week aimed at controlling the Aedes aegypti mosquito population.
The National Council on Substance Abuse (NCSA) received a much needed boost to its fight against drugs, thanks to a donation of equipment to support the operation of the Drug Treatment Court.
The Producer Price Index for Manufacturing remained unchanged at the end of November last year, when compared to the previous month.
Barbados is now better equipped to fight transnational organised crime and boost its drug interdiction capacities, particularly at the Grantley Adams International Airport.
Prime Minister Freundel Stuart has described the near 50-year relationship between Barbados and the United States of America (USA) as a mutually beneficial one which has “grown from strength to strength”.
Prime Minister Freundel Stuart left the island today, Friday, February 5, to participate in a private event over the weekend.
The Ministry of Agriculture will shortly be establishing a unit to mitigate the effects of climate change on the farming community.
With 46 per cent of the school-aged population in Barbados either overweight or obese...
There is a dire need to increase the exports of goods and services from Barbados to a global market.
Barbadians can log on to various forms of social media to get the latest information related to Barbados’ 50th Anniversary Celebrations.
As part of its community outreach efforts, St. Boniface Nursery School will be visiting the Gordon Cummins District Hospital on Friday, February 12.
Prime Minister Freundel Stuart says Government is continuing to diversify the Barbados economy so as to ensure that the country is not dependent on any one sector.
Despite Government being a 49 per cent shareholder in regional air carrier, Liat, Industry Minister Donville Inniss has expressed concern over the high cost of intra-regional travel...
To promote more innovative thinking in Barbados, we need to re-evaluate our education system where science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) are concerned.
Prime Minister Freundel Stuart says the time has come for Barbadians to make that transition from nationhood to genuine Independence.
The Department of Emergency Management, in collaboration with the District Emergency Organisations and the Barbados Red Cross Society...