Prime Minister Freundel Stuart, like most people around the world, has expressed surprise at the decision of the British to vote in favour of leaving the European Union.
Prime Minister Freundel Stuart will join a number of Heads of State and Governments from the region and the international community in Panama for the formal opening of the expanded Panama Canal this weekend.
There is a high demand for the Bachelor of Education (Primary) programme, expected to start in September at Erdiston Teachers’ Training College.
“The fight is not over but an AIDS-free generation is in our grasp.” Minister of Social Care, Constituency Empowerment and Community Development, Steve Blackett, made this declaration...
Those persons interested in participating in the Labour Department’s seminar on Labour Legislation and Industrial Relations Best Practice on Friday, July 8, have a few more days to register.
The newly-installed members of the Barbados National Youth Parliament (BNYP) have been encouraged to be even more vocal when examining the current issues facing the society.
Taxi and tour bus owners and operators are invited to register for a Passenger Transport Service Operator Training Course, beginning in August.
Labour and productivity issues will come under the microscope next month, when a public forum is held for persons interested in these critical and topical matters.
Saturday, June 25, will mark the 5th anniversary of the inscription of Historic Bridgetown and its Garrison on the UNESCO World Heritage List.
Sports Minister, Stephen Lashley, has lauded the achievements of four Barbadian athletes who are now the proud recipients of athletic scholarships.
When the average person hears of a park, they instantly think of an area where children play, one that is equipped with slides, see-saws, swings and other recreational items.
Public schools will close for summer recess next week. The last day of school for students will be Thursday, June 30...
Young people between the ages of eight and 18, and who are enrolled in a registered educational institution, are invited to take part in a photo-essay competition hosted by the Environmental Protection Department.
The Coastal Zone Management Unit, in collaboration with the Caribbean Youth Environment Network Barbados chapter, will host its second underwater cleanup on Saturday, July 9...
Work hard and aim high! That was part of Prime Minister Freundel Stuart’s message today to the Reynold Weekes Primary School’s Graduation Class of 2016...
Prime Minister Freundel Stuart is concerned about the role violence seems to be playing in the resolution of disputes at certain levels of the society.
Crop Over lovers now have a chance to win a 4,300 plot of land this festival season.
Residents of Barbados are being urged not to wait until they realise that “galvanise could fly”, or that their refrigerator could be blown away, before recognising the importance of preparing for hurricanes.
Members of the public are being encouraged to only go to hurricane shelters if it is absolutely necessary.
The Department of Commerce and Consumer Affairs is aware of the recalls of the following products with certain UPC Codes and best before dates...