With drug use among students on the rise, staff at the Edna Nicholls Out-of-School Suspension Centre is now better equipped to respond to their needs.
Prime Minister Freundel Stuart has lauded retired Cabinet Secretary, Lucene Wharton-Isaac, describing her as “an asset” to the public service.
Dr. Jean Holder is well known throughout the region for his pioneering work in tourism and diplomacy. However, many may not know the critical role he played in Barbados’ Independence story.
There is a need for workers in elderly care facilities to be exposed to continuous training.
The Ministry of Health has advised that the pharmacy at the St. Philip Polyclinic, Six Roads, St. Philip, will remain closed tomorrow, Friday, July 1, and will re-open on Monday, July 4.
As the Crop Over Festival moves into high gear in July, the commemorative Broken Trident will be on display at several events for the season.
The commemorative Broken Trident will journey across St. Lucy next month, with stops at several churches and places of business.
The Coastal Zone Management Unit, in collaboration with the Caribbean Youth Environment Network Barbados chapter, will host its second underwater cleanup on Saturday, July 9...
Barbados’ National Anti-Drug Plan has been approved by Cabinet. This was disclosed recently by Acting Minister of Home Affairs, Michael Lashley...
The Barbados Postal Service is being urged to cash in on the increase in online shopping and the benefits that can be derived through ecommerce.
Over 100 students from the St. Stephen’s Primary School are the youngest cohort of Barbadian pupils to learn Mandarin and Chinese culture under the fledgling University of the West Indies (UWI), Cave Hill Campus’ Confucius Institute programme.
The Media Resource Department (MRD) will be conducting two workshops during the summer holidays for teachers.
Efforts by students of the Barbados Community College (BCC) to construct 50 websites for Non-Governmental Organisations (NGOs) have been praised by Labour Minister, Senator Dr. Esther Byer Suckoo.
The outstanding works of Barbadian writer Austin ‘Tom’ Clarke are sure to positively impact future generations for years to come.
We often see them frolicking around in green pastures and open spaces. Ranging in colour from light tan to dark mahogany red, with black facial stripes and legs...
The HIV/AIDS Food Bank will receive a boost this Crop Over from donations made by patrons attending the Miss Crop Over 2016 Show.
The energy sector is poised for significant growth, which could increase avenues for employment in the future.
The Government of Barbados remains committed to the cultural revitalisation of Bridgetown.
For the last three years, the Ministry of Labour has been assisting several public, private and non-governmental organisations with the development of programmes aimed at providing this country’s youth with the critical skills...
Barbados stands ready to share its technical expertise on the cultural industries with its regional counterparts.