Outstanding squash player, Karen Meakins, is this island’s Sports Personality for 2010.
Barbadian writers are being encouraged to identify with historical aspects of this island’s development and write about them.
Those who may have missed the two tourism town hall meetings held this year will have an opportunity to share their views on the future of the industry in January.
Several Barbadian sportsmen will take centre stage on Saturday, January 29, 2011, when the National Sports Council (NSC) hosts its 28th annual awards ceremony at the Frank Collymore Hall.
Residents of the Edey’s Village and St. Davids communities are invited to join the Christ Church East Central Constituency Council for their Cleanup Campaign.
The Electoral and Boundaries Commission has announced that the St. John Primary School has been established as the Revising/Registration Centre in the constituency of St. John for the upcoming by-election on January 20, 2011.
Members of the public will soon be able to step back in time and take a journey along the path that led to freedom for Barbadians when the Barbados Museum and Historical Society conducts a series of pilot tours.
The public is asked to note that the Administrative Section of the Barbados Fire Service Headquarters, Probyn Street, Bridgetown will be closed tomorrow Thursday, December 30.
The dates for the final set of matches in the 2010 Inter Parish Road Tennis Tournament have now been changed.
The Secretariat of the Justice Improvement Programme now has a new home.