A number of key items will be discussed when the Council of Ministers of the Regional Security System (RSS) convene a one-day meeting at Hilton Barbados next Friday, March 7.
It was a special occasion today, as The Ann Hill and Irving Wilson Schools received an official visit from Her Royal Highness, The Countess of Wessex, at their location in Pine Plantation Road, St. Michael.
BGIS notices for Friday, February 28, 2014.
Six Barbadians can now add the Duke of Edinburgh???s Gold Award to their other accomplishments to their belt.
Children who participated in the Ministry of Culture???s Community Arts Development Programme will graduate tomorrow, Saturday, March 1, after five months of intensive training.
The issues with which Persons with Disabilities are faced will be in the spotlight during the month of March as Barbados celebrates the Month of the Disabled.
Tomorrow, Friday, February 28, Trafalgar Street, Broad Street (from Prince William Henry Street to High Street), High Street and Wharf Road will be closed to vehicular traffic between 9.30 a.m. and 12.00 noon and again from 3.00 to 8.00 p.m.??
In recognition of the 375th anniversary of Parliament, the Chamberlain Bridge in Bridgetown, will be lifted tomorrow, Friday, February 28, between 4:00 and 5:00 p.m.
Students of the George Lamming Primary School will, on Monday, March 3, embark on their first tour of the Freedom Corridor sponsored by the Commission for Pan African Affairs.??
Come April 1, Barbadians who will be resettling after spending at least 10 years abroad, will be able to purchase a duty-free vehicle locally, under the Barbados Returning Networkers Programme (formerly known as the Returning Nationals Programme).