Concerning the issue of reparations for native genocide and slavery, Barbados and other CARICOM states will go the route of diplomacy and not protest.This was pointed out yesterday by Prime Minister Freundel Stuart…
The Ministry of Health has assured the public that Barbados??? progress in its national HIV prevention and control campaign has minimised the likelihood of resistant strains of HIV occurring here.
On the heels of record tourist arrivals for the month of January, Acting Prime Minister, Richard Sealy, wants to see more visitors coming from Continental Europe.
Two more divisions of the Caribbean Examinations Council (CXC) will take up residence at the Council???s new headquarters on Prince Road, Pine Plantation, St. Michael.
As African Awareness Month draws to a close, Parliamentary Secretary in the Ministry of Tourism, Senator Irene Sandiford-Garner, has encouraged students of Harrison College to have a succession plan when considering a life in entrepreneurship.
Taxpayers are reminded that the deadline for the Amnesty Programme is March 15, 2015.
The Ministry of Health has advised that polyclinic and outpatient clinic pharmacies, which operate under the aegis of the Barbados Drug Service, will each be closed for one day during March to facilitate stocktaking.
Persons attending Agrofest in Queen???s Park this weekend will get the opportunity to view the linkages between agriculture and tourism at a number of events.
The Barbados Community College (BCC) will officially launch its Associate Degree in Procurement on Wednesday, March 4, at the main campus, Howell???s Cross Road, The Ivy, St. Michael.
As Barbadians continue to grapple with the economic recession, Minister of Culture, Sports and Youth, Stephen Lashley, is of the view that young people must start their own businesses…