The commemorative Broken Trident will journey to St. Thomas in February, with stops at several schools, churches and tourist attractions in that parish.
Barbados should have an amended draft Physical Development Plan (PDP) within a year.??This disclosure came today from Chief Town Planner, Mark Cummins…
Barbadians from all walks of life are being encouraged to commit to creating positive changes in their lives, communities and country throughout the year.
Construction work on four police stations is set to get under way from Monday, February 1, as part of a five-year $67 million Citizen Security Facilities Project designed to provide better accommodation for lawmen across the island.
Attorney General, Adriel Brathwaite, has once again made it clear that crime in Barbados has not ???really??? risen, but has been steady compared with previous figures over recent years.
A Government official has urged Barbados and the Caribbean to continue seizing opportunities in the global travel and tourism market, saying it is showing resilience in the face of continued slow growth in the main markets.
A call is going out to prospective business owners and software developers to upgrade their skills by participating in pitchIT Caribbean, the Caribbean Mobile Innovation Project.
The Vector Control Unit of the Ministry of Health continues its fogging programme next week aimed at controlling the Aedes Aegypti mosquito population.
Prime Minister Freundel Stuart has praised this island???s private sector for its support, cooperation and confidence during Barbados??? 50-year journey from Independence.??
The Ministry of Health has for the first time developed local guidelines aimed at providing comprehensive clinical guidance for physicians and other health care providers in the prevention and treatment of HIV in Barbados.