Prime Minister Freundel Stuart has reiterated that Barbados, like several other small International Financial Centres, continues to be buffeted at every turn by “the unjustified attacks of powerful nations”.
An opportunity to speak about positives in the school system is what fourth and fifth form students of secondary schools will get next week, when they attend the first ever Youth Conference to be held during Education Month.
Tomorrow, Friday, October 9, is Open Day at the Psychiatric Hospital. The public is invited to visit the Black Rock, St. Michael, facility from 10.00 a.m. to 4.00 p.m.
This year’s Junior Minister of Tourism, Chloe Walker, will leave the island later this month to take part in the Caribbean Tourism Organisation’s (CTO) Regional Tourism Youth Congress 2015.
Members of the public are invited to attend the second annual postal lecture under the theme: De Mail Come! Migration, the Post Office and Cultural Transformation in Barbados.
The Springer Memorial Secondary School will hold the second session of its Parent University tomorrow, Thursday, October 8, in the school hall at Government Hill, at 3:30 p.m.
As part of efforts to commemorate its 70th anniversary, the Media Resource Department has planned two road races, a 3K and 5K, for Sunday, October 18.
BGIS notices for Wednesday, October 7, 2015.
Close to 2,500 persons have already been trained under the Getting Everyone to Understand Productivity (GET UP) Programme.
Relief is on the way for residents on the island who have been affected by water shortages and outages over the past few months.
Barbados and India have signed an Air Services Agreement, which will allow for easier travel between the two countries.
The Caribbean Examinations Council (CXC) will officially open its new headquarters at Prince Road, Pine Plantation Road, St. Michael, next Wednesday, October 14, with a ceremony starting at 4:00 p.m.
Seven young people were recently presented with Gold Awards for the Duke of Edinburgh’s International Award Barbados, by Her Royal Highness Princess Anne, the Princess Royal.
Barbados will soon have a prime opportunity to solidify its position as a legitimate, well-regulated, international financial services centre, when it hosts the Eighth Meeting of the Global Forum on Transparency...
Four days of prose and poetry will be a highlight of the activities to mark Education Month 2015. Every Thursday for the rest of this month – October 8, 15, 22 and 29...
An evening of storytelling, dubbed Crick Crack, will be hosted on the lawns of Erdiston Teachers’ Training College (ETTC), Pine Hill, St. Michael, on Saturday, October 10.
The Ministry of Health has introduced a help line to assist the general public in quickly accessing health-related information.
The importance of statistics to a country and its people will be highlighted soon, when the Barbados Statistical Service (BSS) hosts Statistics Week 2015.
Prime Minister of Dominica, Roosevelt Skerrit, has personally thanked Barbados’ armed forces for their assistance in helping Dominica in its recovery efforts after Tropical Storm Erika caused significant damage to that country.
The Ministry of Sports is seeking to use its Block Draughts Tournament to focus on disaster management and HIV/AIDS awareness. According to Permanent Secretary in the Ministry of Sports, Ruth Blackman...