Barbadians will soon be paying less for liquefied petroleum gas (LPG).
Consumers will be paying a bit more for gasoline and diesel and slightly less for kerosene in the next few days.
Barbados has taken steps to enhance its relationship with Trinidad and Tobago (T&T) with the appointment of Ambassador Robert Morris as Barbados’ High Commissioner to the twin-island republic.
Barbados could be used as a learning centre to assist other countries in getting their green economies up and going.
Respect the law, be responsible and always be prepared.
BGIS notices for October 20, 2014.
Barbados has not banned travel to or from West Africa...
The Index of Retail Prices for July 2014 stood at 170.0 points, representing an increase of 0.5 per cent when compared with the 169.2 points recorded the previous month.
BGIS notices for Friday, October 17, 2014.
Minister of Sports, Stephen Lashley, has again called for the staging of a Caribbean Games, saying that if it is properly planned and marketed, it could bring glory and tangible economic benefits to this region.
Thinking of throwing that wrapper through the window, or leaving that styrofoam container or plastic bottle on the sand? Stop now and think!
The Government of Barbados has come in for high praises for its pioneering work as a Small Island Developing State (SIDS), in the areas of Sustainable Development and Green Economy.
Members of the public are advised that the buying and selling of coral in Barbados is illegal under the Coastal Zone Management Act.
More stringent laws and penalties are on the cards for persons who litter and dump illegally in Barbados.
As the financial framework to strengthen the response to climate change is worked out...
BGIS notices for Thursday, October 16, 2014.
The Caribbean has been put on notice - reduce greenhouse gas emissions by 2100, or face significant challenges!
A call has gone out for all sporting organisations to adopt the International Olympic Committee’s mandate of accepting “principles of good governance as a minimum standard”.
Health Minister John Boyce today revealed that the number of confirmed chikungunya cases in Barbados now stood at 49, with another 200 suspected cases on record.
All hands need to be on deck to fight chikungunya, as well as mosquito-borne and other types of diseases.