The public has been advised that the Department of Commerce and Consumer Affairs has been relocated to Building 2, Suite 101, Harbour Industrial Estate...
Barbados and the United Kingdom (UK) have signed an Air Services Agreement which is expected to strengthen existing air transport links between the two countries.
Patrons are expected to turn out in their numbers for the 2016 Love, Poetry & Song (LPS) benefit concert which will be held this evening at the Frank Collymore Hall under the theme “I Pledge to Love Safely”.
The Bureau of Gender Affairs is inviting the public to a panel discussion on Thursday, February 18, at The St. Michael School, Martindales Road, St. Michael, at 7:00 p.m.
Statement from the Ministry of Health - Policy Position on Diabetes Testing Strips.
Barbados should expect “good numbers” out of the twin island republic for Crop Over 2016, thanks to increased marketing efforts during Trinidad and Tobago’s Carnival celebrations.
Young Barbadians now have an opportunity to join the Barbados Defence Force’s (BDF) Regular and Reserve Elements.
The Ministry of Health has advised the public that all pharmacies operating under the Barbados Drug Service will close at 1:00 p.m. on Thursday, February 11, to facilitate a general staff meeting.
The 14-year-old schoolgirl at the centre of an ongoing dispute with the Springer Memorial Secondary School has in fact been transferred from that school.
The Ministry of Health disclosed today that the three latest confirmed cases of the Zika virus have occurred in women who are pregnant.
As part of its African Awareness Month activities, St. Jude’s Primary School will play host to a parade of stilt walkers tomorrow, Tuesday, February 9, at the school in St. George.
The Community Development Department (CDD) is inviting the public to its Garment-Making and Beauty Therapy Open Day on Wednesday, February 24.
Barbadians who plan to travel to Canada are reminded that the Government of Canada has issued a revision to its entry requirements for Barbadians and other visa-exempt travellers.
The second in a series of town hall meetings, designed to canvass public opinion on healthcare financing in Barbados, takes place tomorrow, Tuesday, February 9, at Queen’s College, Husbands, St. James.
The prices of gasoline, diesel, kerosene and liquefied petroleum will fall, effective midnight, Sunday, February 7.
Graduates in the first cohort of Barbados’ Drug Treatment Court (DTC) were encouraged to keep going as they embarked on a new journey in life – one that is drug free!
The Ministry of Health has scaled up its vector eradication programme in response to the mosquito-borne Zika virus.
Barbados will for the first time host a tech boot camp for entrepreneurs with an interest in learning how to launch a software-based company.
Community tourism is a very important aspect of Barbados’ tourism product...
The Vector Control Unit of the Ministry of Health continues its fogging programme next week aimed at controlling the Aedes aegypti mosquito population.