One of the biggest challenges confronting Barbados??? juvenile justice system is keeping parents involved in the lives of their children before and after they come into conflict with the law.
To celebrate World Health Day on Tuesday, April 7, the National Task Force on Physical Activity and Exercise will host Exercise in the City, in the Central Bank???s On The Greens, Church Village, Bridgetown.
Sixth Form students of The Lodge School came in for high praise last weekend, when they joined forces with the Diabetes Association of Barbados in its Keep the Culture, Cut the Fat campaign.
Efforts are stepping up in educating and increasing public awareness about HIV, as the International Business Division???s HIV Committee continues its edutainment series entitled: An Afternoon of Intrigue, on Wednesday, April 8, from 12:30 to 1: 30 p.m.
???Agriculture in Barbados is not dead, but it is alive and kicking.?????This is the view of Permanent Secretary in the Ministry of Agriculture, Food, Fisheries and Water Resource Management, Esworth Reid…
An orientation manual has been prepared to facilitate the smoother transition of employees into the Barbados Public Service.
Barbados has won the bid to host the 2017 Golden Oldies World Cricket Festival, an international tournament for semi-professional and retired players.
Outdated laws, children being placed at an unfair disadvantage, and the real problems not being addressed, are some of the challenges being experienced with Barbados??? Juvenile Justice system.
As part of its continuing programme to phase out inefficient lighting in Barbados, Government has announced plans to replace more than 25,000 street lights with energy efficient alternatives.??
BGIS notices for Monday, March 30, 2015.