BGIS notices for Monday, November 24, 2014.
Schools across the island will continue to commemorate this island’s 48th Anniversary of Independence with a series of cultural programmes this week.
Local author, Glyne Murray, has been commended for educating Barbadians about their rich heritage, in his newly-released book Barbados Customs to Treasure - Early Gems of Bajan Creativity.
Barbadians will soon be paying slightly less for petroleum products. Effective midnight, Sunday, November 23, the retail price of gasoline will decrease from...
Members of the public have been advised that the Independence Day Parade will now be held at the Bridgetown Port on Monday, December 1, beginning at 8:00 a.m.
Government has embarked on a review of all legislation that impacts on children, with a view to better protecting that vulnerable segment of society.
Barbados’ senior citizens have been put on notice – placing credit card information on the internet could be the beginning of financial problems!
The rehearsal for the Independence Day Parade, scheduled for Sunday, November 23, has been cancelled.
The much-anticipated Sizzle Street food fair, which is part of the Barbados Food Wine & Rum Festival, has been cancelled due to the inclement weather.
The Ministry of Health continues its island-wide fogging exercise next week, beginning Monday, November 24, when officers from the Vector Control Unit will be in Christ Church...
Church leaders and heads of faith-based organisations are in an ideal position to assist in the reduction of child abuse.
BGIS notices for Friday, November 21, 2014.
A study of human trafficking is to be undertaken by the National Crime Observatory. According to Director of the National Task Force on Crime Prevention (NTFCP), Cheryl Willoughby...
Investors have been told to examine the business opportunities that can be created through the provision of intra-regional marine transport services.
Barbadians are being called upon to give generously to the Salvation Army this Christmas.The appeal was made by Minister of Social Care, Constituency Empowerment...
Prime Minister Freundel Stuart believes that Barbados must take back the Canadian tourism market. He expressed this view last evening during a reception held at Ilaro Court for 33 Canadians...
Government is moving towards the use of tablets within the school system, as it seeks to continue its 15-year-old EduTech programme, and keep abreast of changing technology.
The Government of Canada has advised that effective April 2015, all foreign nationals of visa exempt countries will be required to undergo prior screening for approval to enter that country.
Young people in Barbados are being placed at the centre of their development under Government’s new “youth-centric developmental paradigm”.
The Ministry of Health yesterday launched a national health information system which will over time replace the paper-based system for patient information in the public health care service.