Seven Barbadians were today presented with insignias awarded in the Queen’s Birthday Honours for their service to this country.
The time has come to celebrate our centenarians with greater fanfare. This is according to Minister of Social Care, Community Development and Constituency Empowerment, Steven Blackett...
Parents and guardians of students at both public and private primary schools can now purchase Past Papers of the Barbados Secondary Schools Entrance Examination...
Employees of the Barbados Statistical Service (BSS) are improving their skills through a series of training workshops being facilitated by the Modernisation of the Barbados Statistical Service Project.
The Ministry of Health is advising persons making the annual Hajj Pilgrimage to Mecca, Saudi Arabia, October 2 to 7, to take a number of health precautions...
The Ministry of Education, Science, Technology and Innovation has advised that Grazettes Primary School, located at Grazettes, St. Michael, will be closed again tomorrow, Friday, September 19.
Delegates from 22 countries across the Americas gathered yesterday in Barbados to address some of the most pressing issues facing labour in the Hemisphere.
Barbados has signed a joint communiqué to establish diplomatic relations with the Republic of Kenya.
The Ministry of Education, Science, Technology and Innovation has advised that Grazettes Primary School, located at Grazettes, St. Michael, will re-open tomorrow, Thursday, September 18.
Barbados’ success at this year’s Florida Caribbean Cruise Association’s (FCCA) Essay and Poster competition will be officially recognised during a special ceremony next week.
The Six Cross Roads Branch Library has reopened for business after a brief closure to carry out repairs.
It’s been one year since the introduction of a sixth form at the Springer Memorial Secondary School, and already the institution at Government Hill, St. Michael is reaping success.
The Ministry of Education, Science, Technology and Innovation has advised that Grazettes Primary School, located at Grazettes, St. Michael, will be closed again tomorrow, Wednesday, September 17.
Prime Minister Freundel Stuart has described the Caribbean Leadership Project’s Leadership Development Programme for senior civil servants as being critical to the region’s development.
Minister of Sports Stephen Lashley has dismissed recent comments attributed to the President of the Barbados Hockey Federation, David Rouse, in the Nation Newspaper...
The Ministry of Health advises the public that the St. Andrew Out-Patient Clinic at Belleplaine, St. Andrew will be closed tomorrow, Wednesday, September 17.
Government has announced that an isolation centre specifically designed to handle chronic infectious diseases is being established on the grounds of Enmore, St. Michael.
Government has signed a Memorandum of Understanding with the People’s Republic of China which has resulted in a donation of 25 000 LED lights and 1000 air-conditioning units...
Attorney General and Minister of Home Affairs, Adriel Brathwaite has reiterated his intent to ‘step up’ security around the island’s Post Offices by ensuring that workers...
The fight against non-communicable diseases is high on the agenda of the newly-appointed Pan American Health Organisation/World Health Organisation Representative to Barbados, Dr. Godfrey Xuereb.