Land tax bills for the financial year 2016-2017 have been issued.
Tourism workers will have their opportunity to shine, when a number of activities are held to celebrate Tourism Week.
You would not find the contribution of trees to society in an economic report, nor would their success be measured by rating agencies such as Standard and Poors.
The public is invited to the National Conservation Commission’s (NCC) Environmental/Arbor Expo tomorrow, Saturday, September 24, at its Codrington, St. Michael headquarters from 10:00 a.m. until 4:00 p.m.
Six plants have been produced using in-vitro at the National Conservation Commission (NCC) through its Tissue Culture Laboratory.
The Vector Control Unit of the Ministry of Health will continue its efforts to eradicate the Aedes Aegypti mosquito next week, when its fogging programme moves into several parishes.
The Ministry of Labour will be enforcing existing laws and developing legislation to support Government’s drive towards social equality and improved working conditions.
International Business Minister, Donville Inniss, will not be “pulling any punches” at next week’s Peer Review Group of the Global Forum of the Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development in Paris.
The Blackman and Gollop Primary School will celebrate its fifth anniversary on Wednesday, September 28, with a ceremony at the school, located at Staple Grove, Christ Church.
Prime Minister Freundel Stuart left the island today, Friday, September 23, for a private visit to Canada.
Barbados is implementing a number of initiatives aimed at moving its information and communications technology (ICT) programme forward.
Telecommunications Minister, Senator Darcy Boyce, has stressed the importance of collaboration between Caribbean countries if the regional vision of a single ICT (Information and Communications Technology) space is to be achieved.
Small Business Minister, Donville Inniss, has made an impassioned plea to banking and financial institutions in this country to be more “lenient and understanding” of the micro, small and medium enterprise sector...
Alzheimer’s and other forms of dementia have reached epidemic proportions in Barbados, with more than 4,000 persons currently affected by the disease.
Minister of Foreign Affairs and Foreign Trade, Senator Maxine McClean, is currently in New York attending the Seventy-First Regular Session of the United Nations General Assembly (UNGA).
How And Why Crime Raises Its Ugly Head And What Can We Do About It will be the focus when criminologist, Yolande Forde, presents a public lecture next Monday, September 26.
The Barbados Food and Rum Festival is “coming of age” and can eventually become an integral part of the calendar of events in Barbados.
The Barbados Community College (BCC) is inviting persons to apply for part-time programmes in the Division of Fine Arts that will commence at the end of September.
French Ambassador Eric de la Moussaye bid Barbados “adieu” earlier this week and was the beneficiary of much praise on behalf of his country.
India’s new High Commissioner to Barbados, Satendar Kumar, paid a courtesy call on the Minister of Foreign Affairs and Foreign Trade, Senator Maxine McClean, on September 13 at her Culloden Road, St. Michael office.