After some exciting matches in the previous rounds, the 2012 Inter-Parish Road Tennis Competition has reached the semi-final stage and Barbadians are being encouraged to support the players this weekend.
Students of the Barbados Community College (BCC) are advised that registration for Cores and Electives will take place from Monday, January 7, Friday, January 18.On Tuesday, January 22, a general staff meeting will take place.
The Safety and Health at Work (SHaW) Act and other pieces of legislation help to increase safe and productive workplaces.??
Minister of Health, Donville Inniss, has expressed concern that shut-ins and persons being cared for by the state continue to be forgotten by the wider society.
Twenty-three members of staff from the Markets Division of the Ministry of Agriculture, Food, Fisheries and Water Resource Management received just rewards for their hard work, dedication and years of service recently.
Nursery and primary school children in the island will soon get the opportunity to experience ???old time’ Barbadian culture while at the same time acquiring modern educational and interactive tools, as well as healthy lifestyle practices.
This island’s Minister of Family, Stephen Lashley, is of the view that some Barbadians need to take greater responsibility as parents if the challenges children face within our communities and schools are to be effectively addressed.
Efforts are under way by the Ministry of Agriculture, Food, Fisheries and Water Resource Management to replace the cold storage facility at the Six Roads Public Market in St. Philip.
Operators of private child care centres have been reminded that they must register their businesses or renew their licences by January 31, 2013.
Chief Executive Officer of the Queen Elizabeth Hospital (QEH), Dr. Dexter James, has expressed "regret" at the time it has taken the Board of Management to respond to proposals by the Barbados Association of Medical Practitioners (BAMP), on the terms and conditions of service for doctors.