The delivery of health care services at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital (QEH) will not be put on pause while the location of a new hospital is discussed.
Minister of Foreign Affairs and Foreign Trade, Senator Maxine McClean, joins relatives and hundreds of mourners who will be attending a memorial service for...
Barbados will soon have a new market information system for the agriculture sector.
WorldSkills Barbados is seeking to develop a schools’ competition as an “incubator” for the national biennial skills contest.
Traceability is needed to help alleviate praedial larceny in Barbados.
BGIS notices for Thursday, April 17, 2014.
The winners of WorldSkills Barbados have been advised by one of the competition’s sponsors to remain committed to their goals and to eliminate negativity from their lives.
The link between a reduction in work opportunities, a lack of support for local businesses, and the increase in crime cannot be ignored and Executive Director with the Barbados Manufacturers’ Association...
Public schools across the island are expected to re-open next week.
Government is taking a comprehensive look at the problem of praedial larceny across the island, with a view to tackling it in a wholistic way.
All Hands on Deck: Embrace, Empower, Enhance will be the theme for this year’s May Day celebrations, which will climax with a parade on May 1, from 9:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.
May Day is a public holiday with meaning that highlights the importance of this nation’s human resource.
Prime Minister Freundel Stuart has added information on colonial banking in Trinidad and Tobago to his personal library...
Prime Minister Freundel Stuart has described the recent talks between Venezuela's President Nicolas Maduro and the representatives of Opposition parties in that country as “a very healthy development”.
BGIS notices for Wednesday, April 16, 2014.
The Ministry of Transport and Works was highly commended by this island’s Minister of Tourism and International Transport, Richard Sealy, for speedily completing the concrete boardwalk at the entrance to St. Lawrence Gap.
Reparations entail more than getting money – they would serve as an acknowledgment of the effects of slavery, including the lasting impact it has had on the descendants of slaves.
The Barbados National Youth Parliament demonstrates Government’s commitment to ensuring that young people...
One government Minister has called for this nation’s youth to not just be consumers, but innovators.
BGIS notices for Tuesday, April 15, 2014.