Barbados will risk turning back much of the development that has taken place since Independence if it continues to lose significant numbers of its productive age group to non-communicable diseases (NCDs).
Fourth form students of the St. Leonard’s Boys’ Secondary School...
Minister of Foreign Affairs and Foreign Trade, Senator Maxine McClean, is of the opinion that there should be an increase in the availability of comprehensive education and material on sexual and reproductive health for young persons.
The Ecumenical Service to mark the commencement of the Legal Year 2015 to 2016 will take place on Monday, September 7...
BGIS notices for Thursday, August 27, 2015.
Instead of arguing over the amount of foreign products being imported into Barbados, attention should be paid to the lack of Barbadian products being exported within the region and international markets.
CARIFESTA XII has proven to be an ideal opportunity for Barbadian culture to be presented to the region.
Taxpayers are advised that the period for which land owners qualify for a 10 per cent discount on their 2015-2016 land tax bills has been extended to Friday, September 4, 2015.
Police officers from stations in the catchment area of the St. Philip Polyclinic will attend a half-day workshop on mosquito and rodent control on Friday, August 28 at the polyclinic, Six Cross Roads, St. Philip.
Minister with responsibility for Energy, Senator Darcy Boyce, has stressed the importance of a sound policy framework to attract investors to provide the capital necessary for the renewable energy sector.
A Caribbean Centre for Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency is to be established in Barbados.
Approximately 25,000 of the 100,000 residential meters have been installed under the Barbados Water Authority’s Smart Water Meter Business Transformation Project.
Government is committed to finding those partners and avenues through which it can attract the type of financing necessary to assist Barbados in continuing its march towards a developed country status.
The Ministry of Education, Science, Technology and Innovation, has announced the appointment of four primary school principals.
Over the next two and a half weeks, the Labour Department will be undertaking a number of activities from Queen’s Park in the City...
The Ministry of Health will host a two-day seminar for men entitled: “Building Men for Successful Leaderships Roles in Barbados” on Wednesday, August 26, and Thursday, August 27.
Ways in which Barbados and Italy could work together were discussed recently when Special Envoy of Italy, Paolo Serpi, met with this island’s Foreign Minister.
Farmers and residents of Sanford and Mapps in St. Philip are advised that due to continued low water levels in the irrigation wells...
Members of the public are advised that there will be no Southern Farmers’ Market at the Fairy Valley Plantation on Friday, August 28, and Saturday, August 29 as was previously announced.
Culture is the link the binds the region together.