Very low rainfall and an increased number of equipment and infrastructural failures are two of the main causes of recent water shortages in some communities.
This island???s school children are expected to play a major part in the launch of the 50th Anniversary Independence Celebrations.
The Ministry of Education, Science, Technology and Innovation is inviting all??Principals/Directors of nursery, primary, secondary and special schools to an emergency meeting, on Monday, January 4…
Barbados ???is coming??? to Atlanta in the New Year!??It???s a tale of two cities, which began in 2003, when, as part of activities to commemorate the 375th Anniversary of the City of Bridgetown…
A number of traffic diversions and road closures in and around Bridgetown will be in place on Wednesday, January 6, to ensure the smooth running of activities for the launch of the 50th Anniversary of Independence Celebrations.
Bridgetown is expected to come alive next week with a parade on land and sea, fireworks and a multimedia concert, all to launch Barbados??? 50th Anniversary of Independence Celebrations.
Primary and secondary school students are expected to return to the classroom on Tuesday, January 5, 2016, while teachers are required to report to school on January 4, for their planning sessions.
The National Insurance Scheme has contributed to Barbados??? success, as it is the social safety net that has allowed this country to advance its human development.??
The Community Development Department invites everyone to its free concert entitled Old Year???s Night on the Bay, on Thursday, December 31, at the Bay Street Esplanade, from 9:00 p.m. until 2:00 a.m.
The Barbados Revenue Authority is reminding the public that all of its locations will be closed for business at noon, this Thursday, December 31.??