Prime Minister Freundel Stuart believes that Barbados must take back the Canadian tourism market. He expressed this view last evening during a reception held at Ilaro Court for 33 Canadians...
Government is moving towards the use of tablets within the school system, as it seeks to continue its 15-year-old EduTech programme, and keep abreast of changing technology.
The Government of Canada has advised that effective April 2015, all foreign nationals of visa exempt countries will be required to undergo prior screening for approval to enter that country.
Young people in Barbados are being placed at the centre of their development under Government’s new “youth-centric developmental paradigm”.
The Ministry of Health yesterday launched a national health information system which will over time replace the paper-based system for patient information in the public health care service.
A two-year partnership with a top premier league football club is just one of many sporting projects the Barbados Tourism Marketing Inc. (BTMI) has invested in for 2015 out of the United Kingdom (UK).
The Ministry of Education, Science, Technology and Innovation is reminding private candidates, who registered at the Ministry to write the May/June 2014 CXC, CSEC and CAPE examinations...
The Ministry of Health is continuing to monitor the chikungunya outbreak in Barbados, and has implemented a number of measures to reduce the impact of the disease.
Entrepreneurship can easily become the key to Government’s plan in facilitating employment creation and stimulating the economy in Barbados.
Over 20 teams from various blocks in Barbados will compete in the Division of Youth’s HIV and AIDS Block Draughts Tournament 2014-2015 starting Monday, November 24.
Prime Minister Freundel Stuart today met with the Attorney General of the United States of America (USA), Eric Holder Jr., at Parliament.
Persons living in St Thomas and surrounding districts are invited to have a number of free health checks this weekend.
The Christ Church South Constituency Council will host a Vendor’s Market and Health Fair next month, and is inviting persons to register and participate.
As Barbados approaches its 48th Anniversary of Independence, this island’s Prime Minister Freundel Stuart has told Barbadians to reflect on the many blessings that they have received over the years.
Prime Minister Freundel Stuart is assuring Barbadians that his government is working “steadfastly and consistently” to keep the current economic challenges under control.
The Ministry of Health will conduct a simulation exercise this week to test the country’s preparedness for dealing with a case of the Ebola virus.
The Child Care Board is reminding operators of private day care centres that they must renew their certificates to operate such establishments annually.
Human resource development is critical to Small Island Developing States (SIDS), and to the continued development of Caribbean nations.
Primary school students across the Island now have easier access to information pertaining to the Commonwealth, as well as other educational tools to assist them on their academic journey.
The Government of Barbados is committed to the implementation of global standards for the supervision and regulation of the international business and financial services sector.