Education Minister, Ronald Jones wants to see more of our young people striving for excellence and with the assistance of teachers and parents.
Government is committed to helping young people realise their potential through secondary and tertiary education and training.
St. Lawrence Gap’s boardwalk will be repaired as a matter of urgency. So says Minister of Tourism and International Transport, Richard Sealy.
As Barbadians gear up to celebrate the Yuletide season, the National Nutrition Centre is urging persons to remember this slogan during the festivities – Make this Holiday Season Great – Choose Vegetables and Fruit to Fill Half Your Plate!
When the final match of the David Thompson Memorial Constituency Council Football Classic concludes this Sunday, December 15, a new champion will be named, breaking the City of Bridgetown’s two-year run.
Fisherfolk leaders in Barbados will meet tomorrow, Thursday, December 12, to discuss and work on a major global study on fisher folk organisations and collective action in small–scale fisheries.
There is a troubling trend of uninsured vehicles and motorcycles on local roads and Minister of Industry, International Business, Commerce and Small Business Development, Donville Innis, is calling for stiffer penalties where accidents occur and there is no insurance coverage.
Prime Minister Freundel Stuart is impressed with “the high quality work” that has become synonymous with telecommunications company Digicel as a service provider in Barbados and throughout the Caribbean, and has pledged Government’s continued support for its ventures.
A group of entrepreneurs has been praised for seizing an opportunity inspired by Barbados’ UNESCO World Heritage site: Historic Bridgetown and its Garrison.
A Government Minister has expressed concern about the apparent rift between the public and private sectors and the “unnecessary level of distrust and disconnect,” that seems to exist.
As a mark of respect following the death of former President of the Republic of South Africa, Nelson Mandela, Prime Minister Freundel Stuart has instructed that all Barbados flags are to be flown at half-mast until his funeral.
BGIS notices for Tuesday, December 10, 2013.
Representation by Barbados at the State Memorial Service and Events to Commemorate the memory of the late Nelson Mandela.
Eliminating bullying is a project which needs a collaborative approach on the part of the home, school and community.
The region has been taken to task for not taking the International Business and Financial Services (IBFS) sector seriously.
Prime Minister Freundel Stuart has expressed the view that rearing children and preparing them to become responsible and productive citizens is a collective responsibility.
BGIS notices for Monday, December 9, 2013.
Children who entered this year’s Barbados Government Information Service and United Nations Children’s Fund (BGIS/UNICEF) poster competition on bullying...
The Human Papillomavirus (HPV) vaccine is safe. This assurance has come from Minister of Health, John Boyce...
Construction on the St. John Polyclinic is expected to restart in the New Year.