Feature: September Remember!

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The months of September and October usually signal that we are now in the midst of the most active phase of the hurricane season, largely as a result of the warm seas associated with this time of the year. The season is a call-to-action for every resident, especially those living along the coast and in flood-prone areas.

Fogging Continues Across the Island

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As part of ongoing efforts to reduce the presence of the aedes aegypti mosquito, the Ministry of Health’s Vector Control Unit will fog a number of districts around the island next week.

Men to Discuss Coping with Alzheimer???s

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When the Men’s Health Association of the Randall Phillips Polyclinic in Oistins meets next Tuesday, September 4, Alzheimer’s Disease:?? Coping Now and in the Future, will be the focus of discussions.

BNSI Publishes 11 New Standards

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Creating a safer marketplace for consumers in Barbados continues to be the focus of the Barbados National Standards Institution (BNSI) which recently published 11 new standards.

Workshop to Focus on Damage Assessment

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The skills of some members of District Emergency Organisations (DEOs) as well as key players involved in disaster management will be further enhanced when they come together to collaborate at a Damage Assessment Training workshop.