Government is working assiduously to bring the amended Road Traffic Act to Parliament shortly.
Government Headquarters is slated for major refurbishment and plans are being finalised for the relocation of the offices while the renovation takes place.
The Museum of Parliament will be a hive of activity over the next few days, when Our Golden Year Flower Show is presented from Saturday, April 2, to Wednesday, April 6.
Me True Barbadian Born ??? The Development of Creole Consciousness will be the topic of the fourth instalment in the Barbados Museum and Historical Society???s lecture series on Barbadian Identity.
The National Library Service is inviting the public to its lecture entitled: The 1816 Rebellion in Barbados.
All Barbadians should feel comfortable accessing health care services and discussing their health with medical practitioners.??
The public is advised that goat???s milk is once again available for purchase at the Ministry of Agriculture???s Greenland Livestock Research Station, located at Greenland, St. Andrew.
Barbados continues to make solid progress toward achieving global standards in sustainable tourism.
Government is continuing efforts to make sure this country is a congenial and safe place for all.??Prime Minister Freundel Stuart underscored this point last evening…
The commemorative Broken Trident will journey to Christ Church in April, with stops at several hotels, schools, churches and places of business in that parish.