As Barbados prepares for the start of the 2015 Atlantic Hurricane Season, former Director of the Department of Emergency Management (DEM), Judy Thomas, has issued her final official warning – the responsibility is yours!
Barbados will join celebrations to mark the 800th anniversary of the Magna Carta, with the launch of an exhibition entitled: Magna Carta to Commonwealth Charter.
Six primary schools will soon be able to enhance their music departments, thanks to a generous donation to be made tomorrow, Friday, May 29, by the Multi-National Women’s Group Goes Green...
The Environmental Health Department of the Ministry of Health is offering a number of certified training courses during June and August.
Crop Over 2015 promises to be even “bigger and better”, with several new attractions expected to be on the calendar.
Barbadians now have a viable solution for solving language communication challenges within various global industries and sectors.This is thanks to the opening of a Translation Bureau at the University of the West Indies...
The Ministry of Health will launch an initiative next week aimed at promoting food hygiene and safety in the restaurant sector.
Storm force winds, raging fires and rising flood waters were no match for Judy Thomas, during the 26 years she stood at the helm of Barbados’ national emergency response system.
Barbadians between the ages of 18 and 40, who have been accepted to an internationally-accredited university at the undergraduate and postgraduate levels, are invited to apply for the National Development Scholarships 2015.
Despite the manufacturing sector being poised for renewed growth, it must place more emphasis on breaking into new international export markets.
A “heavy emphasis” on indigenous materials in the school exhibits at the just concluded 2015 Barbados Manufacturers’ Exhibition (BMEX) has pleased Minister of Education, Ronald Jones.
New amendments have been made to the Constituency Councils Programme. This was announced by the Minister of Social Care, Constituency Empowerment and Community Development, Steve Blackett...
The use of drones in Barbados has not escaped attention and is being monitored by the relevant authorities. According to Director of Civil Aviation...
Prime Minister Freundel Stuart has reiterated his view that local trade unions are committed to the growth and development of Barbados.
This island's manufacturing sector is beginning to show some very positive signs and Prime Minister Freundel Stuart is optimistic that the improvement will continue.
Prime Minister Freundel Stuart has congratulated the President of the Cooperative Republic of Guyana, Brigadier David Arthur Granger, on his recent electoral victory.
June is Heritage Month, and it will be the time to focus on Barbados’ colourful and rich heritage and to celebrate the inscription of Barbados’ first UNESCO World Heritage Property, Historic Bridgetown and its Garrison.
Two repeat visitors from the United Kingdom were recently feted by the Barbados Tourism Product Authority (BPTA), in recognition of their commitment to the island.
Barbados has ratified the International Arms Trade Treaty aimed at preventing the illicit trade in conventional arms.
The Barbados Diabetes Foundation will host its first annual multi-disciplinary diabetes conference on June 13 and 14 at Hilton Barbados, Needham’s Point, St. Michael.