Education gives children a better self-image and builds their self-esteem. Senior Education Officer, Patricia Warner, stressed this today as she addressed parents and children...
Trinidadian Zahra Gomes is the latest recipient of the Commonwealth Caribbean Rhodes Scholarship. She was chosen from a field of six candidates...
Director of the Criminal Justice Research and Planning Unit (CJRPU), Cheryl Willoughby, has praised the Business and Professional Women’s Club (BPWC) for its work in assisting women in Barbados.
The 160th anniversary of the Barbados Audit Office will be commemorated on December 4, and a number of activities have been planned to celebrate this important milestone.
Queen’s College and The St Michael School are into the finals of the Barbados Accreditation Council (BAC) National Secondary Schools’ Debate Competition, which takes place tomorrow, Wednesday, November 25...
China’s Ambassador to Barbados, Wang Ke, believes the future operation of the Wyndham Hotel at Sam Lord’s Castle will play a positive role in increasing Barbados’ employment and foreign exchange earnings.
Students of St. Margaret’s Primary School in St. John are celebrating after winning this year’s St. Philip Polyclinic’s Primary Schools’ Quiz Competition.
The Jorris Dunner Elderly Day Care Centre will officially open for business on Monday, December 7, and persons interested in attending the facilities are encouraged to register now.
Barbadians are now on course to have renewable sources provide over 29 per cent of their energy needs by the year 2020.
Prime Minister Freundel Stuart has described the issue of financing health care in Barbados as one which requires serious national deliberation, and has promised a White Paper on the matter.
The Ministry of Education, Science, Technology and Innovation is continuing the activities under the Enhancing Teacher Effectiveness Component of the Education Sector Enhancement Project II (ESEP II).
Prime Minister Freundel Stuart has described the Wyndham Sam Lord’s Castle Project as an indication of the restoration of confidence by the international community in Government’s economic development strategy.
For those who are not doing well in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) subjects, all is not lost. Parliamentary Secretary in the Ministry of Education, Senator Harcourt Husbands...
The world’s greatest singers, dancers, film makers and songwriters have all spent years honing their talents and crafting their skills. After hundreds of rehearsals and hours of practice, they now reap the benefits of their hard work...
A cadre of law enforcement and security personnel are now better equipped to handle the challenges that come with being an effective leader, after completing the Executive Development Programme...
Approximately US $1 billion will be invested in the tourism sector in Barbados between 2015 and 2019.
One hundred and forty-three youth are now proud graduates of the A Ganar program, having received certificates of employability in a ceremony last Saturday evening at the Hilton Barbados Resort.
Prime Minister Freundel Stuart wants Barbadians to spend some time in introspection as the country approaches its 50th anniversary of Independence next year.
Effective midnight Sunday, November 22, consumers will be paying more for Liquefied Petroleum Gas (LPG).
The winning logo design for next year's 50th Anniversary of Independence Celebrations has been unveiled. Find out more about it here.