The National Insurance Office (NIS) has advised the public that a hardware malfunction has severely affected its computer network.
Fifteen engines will be donated to the Samuel Jackman Prescod Polytechnic (SJPP) tomorrow, Tuesday, September 30.
Barbados will host a three-day Climate Technology Centre and Network (CTCN) Training Workshop for National Designated Entities, beginning tomorrow, Tuesday, September 30...
Springer Memorial Secondary School is celebrating 50 years of contributing to education in Barbados.
The Animal Control Centre of the Ministry of Health will host National Animal Week, beginning this Saturday, October 4, with a Dog Fair on the grounds of Roberts Manufacturing Company Limited...
BGIS notices for Monday, September 29, 2014.
Ways in which persons can remain active as they age will be discussed later this week, when a lecture is held to address that issue.
All genres of dance groups, from children to adults, who are interested in participating in Community Dance Fest 2014 – 2015, are being asked to register with the Community Development Department.
Government is one step closer to having the Barbados Physical Development Plan (PDP) (2003) amended.
Education Minister, Ronald Jones, wants to see more harmony and cooperation among those who lead and manage the education system, particularly within secondary schools.
The Ministry of Education, Science, Technology and Innovation, in collaboration with the United Nations Children’s Fund, will host Education Officers from the region...
A new code has been established for public prosecutors to provide greater transparency in the legal process and promote better relationships with the press and the public.
The ringing of church bells across the island will set the tone for the upcoming launch of the National Tourism Host Programme (NTHP) – a concept aimed at emphasising the need for Barbadians to be good hosts to our visitors.
The Ministry of Health’s Vector Control Unit continues its fogging programme next week, beginning Monday, September 29, in St. Philip.
Minister of Industry, International Business, Commerce and Small Business Development, Donville Inniss, and other officials recently took part in the just-concluded China-Latin America and Caribbean Business Summit in China.
The National Library Service’s mobile unit will visit several primary schools during the Michaelmas term in an effort to raise awareness and inform the community about literacy.
Government has appointed Jerry Blenman as Executive Consultant in the Ministry of Culture, Sports and Youth, with specific managerial responsibility for the National Sports Council (NSC) and Gymnasium Limited.
There will be no David Thompson Memorial Constituency Council Football Classic this year.
Members of the public are being informed that with effect from Monday, September 29, payments for certain motor vehicle services will be available at two new locations.
“Although Barbados has a very large diaspora in the UK, we have not seen enough collaboration between these two territories where labour is concerned.”