From next week first, second, third and fourth form students of the Combermere School will temporarily be housed at the Samuel Jackman Prescod Polytechnic (SJPP).
On Tuesday, April 28, Barbadians from all walks of life converged on the steps of Independence Square to celebrate the lives and contributions of the 10 National Heroes who wrote their names on history???s pages.
All children in the region are vulnerable and every effort must be made to ensure that they are safe and protected.??This was a key message conveyed by all who addressed the launch WICB/UNICEF???s Fair Play Initiative…
Barbadians are advised that they may now apply for the Global Entrepreneurship Boot Camp and the Postgraduate Professional Diploma Programme in Sanitation and Sanitary Engineering.
Taxi and Tour Bus Owners and Operators are invited to register for the upcoming Passenger Transport Service Operator Training Course, which is expected to provide them with critical information to assist in better serving their publics.
The Barbados National Organisation of the Disabled (BARNOD) will be presenting a stage production entitled; ???Party Time??? which will seek to sensitise the public to issues surrounding Persons with Disabilities.
The Community Development Department will be mounting an Activities Booth at the Barbados Workers Union???s May Day Celebrations at Brown’s Beach this Friday, May 1 from 9:00 a.m. until 5:00 p.m.
Persons interested in making a profound difference in their communities are being invited to serve on several Constituency Councils across the island.
Barbadians are being urged to invest in their children because ???it is the best investment societies and businesses can make to guarantee their own future success???.??
It is expected that as much as 3.5 million gallons of additional water could be sourced daily through the Barbados Water Authority???s (BWA) St. Philip Water Augmentation Project.??