The Barbados Community College’s Language Arts Centre will hold its an annual prize-giving ceremony, next week.
Seven non-profit environmental organisations will next??week receive grant funds totaling some $80,000, to initiate??or enhance community-based??projects, as the Environment Ministry continues its bid to foster environmental??stewardship.
Minister of Youth, Family and Sports, Stephen Lashely, presenting Reverend Al Sharpton with a mahogany sculpture during an interactive session??with young people at the Wildey Gymnasium. (A. Miller/BGIS)
"Freedom is chaos without responsibility."
This was the message from the Rev. Al Sharpton, as he spoke to a gathering of over 4000 primary and secondary school-aged children at the Wildey Gymnasium, today.
The Economic Affairs Division of the Ministry of Economic Affairs, Empowerment, Trade, Industry and Commerce, has launched a website to educate Barbadians about the publications and services it offers.
The accomplishments of the nation’s children will take the spotlight in May, when the Child Care Board again organises several events to celebrate young people.
The work of children at five Government day nurseries will be on display next week to members of the public, as part of activities to celebrate Child Month.
Persons attending the International Cricket Council’s (ICC) Twenty20 tournament at Kensington Oval can expect easier access to the venue. However, most persons are being advised that they will have to ???park and ride’.
Patrons entering Kensington Oval for the upcoming International Cricket Council’s (ICC) Twenty20 competition, will be doing so in a secure environment.
The licensing outreach programme of the Animal Control Centre will continue in St. Andrew from Monday, May 10 to Friday, May 14, at the Playing Field near the Soil Conservation Unit.
As the Ministry of Housing and Lands strives to meet housing demand, persons residing in tenantries across Barbados are reminded that they can still apply to purchase the land they are living on, at significantly low prices.