Forty-four public officers who did not want to be employed by the Barbados Revenue Authority (BRA), or were not offered positions with that statutory corporation, have now been assigned to other ministries and departments.
Secondary schools will be “well on their way” to learning about the Commonwealth when they each receive a copy of the Commonwealth...
Barbadians now have the opportunity to make more informed decisions when it comes to shopping.
A plethora of issues confronting the society and its youth, in particular, may be addressed with the help of the church.
The Ambassador of Kazakhstan to Canada, Konstantin Zhigalov, has outlined the reasons why his country’s bid for the non-permanent seat on the United Nation’s Security Council should be successful.
Persons interested in applying for scholarships to undertake postgraduate studies in New Zealand should consider areas of renewable energy, agriculture and disaster risk management.
BGIS notices for Wednesday, April 23, 2014.
The Index of Industrial Production for the month of November 2013 was 80.5 per cent. This indicated that the output levels increased by 0.9 of a point, or 1.1 per cent compared with the previous month...
A draft Bill on Domestic Violence, which is currently being reviewed by major stakeholders, will soon be submitted to Parliament for ratification.
The Maria Holder Memorial Trust has already invested just under $25 million in Barbados and is expected to inject additional funds over the next few years.
With just over a week to go before April ends, those taxpayers who have not yet filed their income tax returns are being urged to do so now.
Minister of Tourism and International Transport, Richard Sealy, says Barbados is the ideal spiritual getaway for gospel lovers.
Minister of Sports, Stephen Lashley, has congratulated Barbados’ under-16 netball team and the Barbados Netball Association on their success...
BGIS notices for Tuesday, April 22, 2014.
The Ministry of Energy has advised the public that the cost of liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) decreased effective Sunday, April 20.
The delivery of health care services at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital (QEH) will not be put on pause while the location of a new hospital is discussed.
Minister of Foreign Affairs and Foreign Trade, Senator Maxine McClean, joins relatives and hundreds of mourners who will be attending a memorial service for...
Barbados will soon have a new market information system for the agriculture sector.
WorldSkills Barbados is seeking to develop a schools’ competition as an “incubator” for the national biennial skills contest.
Traceability is needed to help alleviate praedial larceny in Barbados.