The Ministry of Education, Science, Technology and Innovation (METI) has refuted claims made by the Barbados Union of Teachers (BUT) that it has failed to meet and or communicate on issues affecting teachers.
The inaugural JetBlue flight 385 out of Hollywood International Airport in Fort Lauderdale is testament to the commitment of that airline to Barbados.
Persons in the Information Communications Technology (ICT) sector, specifically mobile app developers and technology entrepreneurs, can now register for the CodeSPRINT event...
The Barbados/JetBlue partnership can go one step further to incorporate those passengers travelling with Seabourne Airlines, a small carrier which operates out of San Juan, Puerto Rico...
Students in the Barbados Community College’s (BCC) Associate Degree in Visual Arts and Bachelor in Fine Arts (BFA) are currently showcasing their work...
Financial Institutions and private investors are being urged to invest in the cultural industries.This call has come from Minister of Culture, Stephen Lashley...
Barbados’ tourism industry is set to get a major boost with the new daily JetBlue direct flight between this country and Fort Lauderdale, Florida.
In preparation for this country’s hosting of the 13th edition of CARIFESTA from August 17 to 27, 2017, submissions are invited of jingles, as well as designs for the CARIFESTA XIII logo.
Plans have been set in motion to take road tennis to the courts of the region.
Supervisors and managers across the island will soon get a chance to enhance their skills and receive critical tips on productivity best practices.
Some of this island’s secondary students will have their culinary skills put to the test in the Fisheries Division’s annual Fish Dish Competition, on Thursday, May 5.
Five entries have been chosen to compete in the finals of the Barbados at 50 Monument Design Competition. The entries, which were chosen from a field of 40...
Prime Minister Freundel Stuart has called on the trade union movement to reflect on those industrial relations practices which must be retained, reclaimed or gotten rid of as soon as possible.
Housing Minister Denis Kellman has challenged Barbadians to see urban areas as a means of investment, capable of creating and generating wealth.
Minister of Culture, Stephen Lashley, has praised the many ‘unsung heroes’ in the Ministry’s Parish Ambassadors’ programme.
Trade unions are not “irritants in the society”, but rather, they are integral to this country’s development. That was Prime Minister Freundel Stuart’s strong message yesterday...
Following its official handover on Sunday, May 1, the commemorative Broken Trident will continue its journey across St. James this month, with stops at several hotels, schools, churches and places of business.
The National Cultural Foundation has advised that the deadline for registration for the Pic-O-De-Crop Competition is 3:30 p.m. on Thursday, May 26.
Consumers will pay more for gasoline, diesel, kerosene and liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) from midnight, Sunday, May 1.
Now that diplomatic ties have been formally re-established between Cuba and the United States, Barbados is looking to add its name to the list of CARICOM countries attempting to enter the Cuban market.