The Cabinet Office of the Prime Minister’s Office has announced the Honorees for Independence Day 2011.
Prime Minister Freundel Stuart
It is that time of the year again when we pause to reflect on our independence.
Deputy Director of the National HIV/AIDS Commission, Lyn Armstrong, participating in a previous food bank drive. (FP)
As persons again join the international community to observe World AIDS Day 2011 on Thursday, December 1st, the National HIV/AIDS Commission, in conjunction with Brydens, will be spearheading a National Food Bank drive on the day.
The Ministry of Education and Human Resource Development has advised that the St. Mary’s Primary School in Mason Hall Street, The City will be closed tomorrow Tuesday, November 29.
This year’s Independence Day Ceremonial Parade will now be held at the Bridgetown Port and not the Garrison Savannah.
Minister of Family, Culture, Sports and Youth, Stephen Lashley, accepting the 45 airline tickets from Redjet’s Chief Executive Officer, Ian Burns. (G. Brewster/BGIS)
Government has received an independence gift of 45 airline tickets from RedJet.
Stakeholders are pictured at the Launch of the Energy Smart Fund at the Lloyd Erskine Sandiford Centre. (C. Pitt/BGIS)
Government is leaving no stone unturned in order to make this country energy efficient.
Minister of Labour and Social Security, Dr. Esther Byer Suckoo, paid close attention to the presentation of Chief Marketing Officer of Barbados Light and Power Company Ltd, Steven Worme at the recent monthly meeting of the Sub-Committee of the Social Partnership. (C. Pitt/BGIS)
Minister of Environment and Drainage Dr. Denis Lowe chatting with CEO/Managing Director of Caves of Barbados Ltd, Joe-Ann Grant (centre) and Marketing Manager, Veronica Millington at the Cave’s 30th Anniversary Cocktail Reception. (C. P ITT/BGIS)
Harrison’s Cave has been singled out as a beacon in this country and the region.
Minister of Agriculture, Food, Fisheries and Water Resource Management, Dr. David Estwick
With the rum industry, like most other industries, faced with rising energy costs, a senior government minister has offered a suggestion which could provide higher earnings for the sector while saving valuable currency.