The St. Michael School Parent Support Network Programme (PSNP) is inviting the public to its first Parent Development Workshop on Monday, March 30, from 4:00 to 6:30 p.m...
Those Caribbean governments that have not yet passed the Proceeds of Crime Act are being urged to do so. Consul General at the US Embassy, Mark Bysfield, made this call today...
JetBlue Airlines is bringing its Mint Experience flights to Barbados later this year, and with it, a premium travel option for travellers coming out of the Eastern region of the United States.
The impact of e-commerce will come under the microscope early next month, when the Ministry of Industry, International Business, Commerce and Small Business Development hosts a seminar.
An invitation has been extended to Barbados to attend the 19th Conference of Commonwealth Education Ministers, to be held in The Bahamas from June 22 to 26.
Discussions on crime in the region, the economy and LIAT featured prominently, when Prime Minister Freundel Stuart met recently with the new Prime Minister of St. Kitts and Nevis, Dr. Timothy Harris.
BGIS notices for Friday, March 27, 2015.
Industry Minister Donville Inniss is of the view that in order for Barbados to become one of the best domiciles in the world, there must be a better partnership between the public and private sector.
Meeting the challenges for increased productivity and sustainability in the agricultural sector will come under the microscope, when the Barbados National Agricultural Conference 2015 is held next week.
Efforts are on to foster closer relations between the Ministry of International Business and stakeholders of the International and Financial Services Sectors.
Puppetry, a fun way of teaching children to read and learn language, will be demonstrated to teachers and students of Grazettes Primary School next week.
Prime Minister Freundel Stuart says Barbados has done remarkably well in keeping health care accessible, available and affordable, but the time has now come to reexamine how things are done in that area.
Isolation Road: Public Health and Sanitation - 1854 and Beyond, will be the topic of a lecture to be delivered by Dr. Tara Inniss, on Wednesday, April 1, at the Queen’s Park Steel Shed...
The income tax form is now online and taxpayers have already begun to file their individual tax returns for the Income Year 2014.
With just two hours to prepare for the impact of “tsunami waves” coming across the ocean, teachers and students at The Alleyne School started an immediate evacuation today.
The Caribbean Permaculture Research Institute of Barbados is inviting persons to participate in its Farmers Market at Graeme Hall, Christ Church...
The Child Care Board (CCB) received a financial boost recently of over $10,000 from Nouvelle Vie Ticket Pal Inc., to assist with its Residential Care Community Reintegration Programme (RCCRP).
The Division of Economic Affairs is advising members of the public that they may now apply for a short-term OAS Professional Development Course.
BGIS notices for Wednesday, March 25, 2015.
The strengthening of bilateral co-operation between Barbados and Cuba in the areas of culture and sports has moved a step further...