Minister of Tourism and International Transport, Richard Sealy, is optimistic that the partnership between Air Canada Vacations and the Sandals Beaches brand could result in a direct service out of Western Canada.
Present and former staff members of the Barbados Government Information Service (BGIS) turned out to say farewell to three of their own recently, at a retirement function at the Clock Tower, the Historic Garrison.
Two local organisations which work with vulnerable persons have received a boost this Christmas. The Challenor School and the Hope and Care Foundation...
BGIS notices for Friday, December 19, 2014.
The National Conservation Commission has advised the public that Worthing Beach, Christ Church, has been closed temporarily to facilitate the opening of the sluice gate...
The Government of Barbados has today reiterated its full and complete commitment to the Court-approved restructuring plan for CLICO International Life (CIL) and its associated companies.
Barbados will not meet the early childhood education aspect of the UNESCO Education for All goals by 2015 as stipulated; however, the specifications for that particular objective will be met by 2018.
The pictorial spread and rich, lustrous photographs of the second edition of the Historic Churches of Barbados has been described by this country’s Foreign Minister, Senator Maxine McClean, as “a must have”.
Prime Minister Freundel Stuart has described the news that the United States (US) will be re-establishing a diplomatic relationship with Cuba and easing economic and travel restrictions as a “positive and forward-looking step”.
Anyone thinking of making fire-fighting a career choice must be willing to learn, and more importantly, be prepared to give of their service to their country.
Prime Minister Freundel Stuart has described as “captivating” the rich history and glossy photographs of the island’s Anglican churches, which is contained in the second edition of Historic Churches of Barbados.
With Christmas just over a week away, homeowners are busy preparing their households, hanging new curtains, cleaning windows, and putting up Christmas trees and decorations.
Love Poetry and Song will add another charity to its 2015 line-up. It is the Family Care Support Group, formed in 1999 to help persons affected by HIV and AIDS...
Barbadians living with HIV and AIDS are still being discriminated against. This is the view of Food Bank Manager, Stacia Whittaker...
BGIS notices for Wednesday, December 17, 2014.
Barbados has initialled an exploration licence with the international oil exploration giant BHP Billiton, to begin the search for oil and gas off-shore.
Twenty four years ago, one year after the Convention of the Rights of the Child (CRC) was adopted by the United Nations, Barbados became a signatory.
Barbados’ economy is on a growth path once again! This disclosure came today from Minister of Finance and Economic Affairs, Christopher Sinckler...
The Student Revolving Fund will close early this Friday, December 19, to facilitate a staff function.
From the age of five, Victor King dreamt of sitting behind the controls and guiding large 767 or 737 aircrafts into major cities around the world. For the last 30 years, he has been realising his dream...