Safety and health is everyone’s business!
“If you refuse to co-operate then we will have to litigate.”??
With the country facing challenges of low productivity in workplaces, Education Minister, Ronald Jones believes that there is a need for all, including teachers, to undertake their duty of service to country and to future generations of Barbadians.
It is with a sense of profound regret that I learned of the passing of Sir Richard Haynes, who has made a sterling contribution to the development of health care in Barbados.
Persons seeking to enter the teaching profession in the near future will first have to undergo training before setting foot into a classroom.??
The Official Funeral for the late Sir Richard Haynes, a former Cabinet Minister and member of the House of Assembly will take place on Tuesday, July 2, at St. George Parish Church.??
There must be sustained economic diversification if regional governments are to successfully reduce their fiscal deficits.??
A $400 million fiscal adjustment programme is needed if this country is to stave off economic doom.
Cultural and Heritage Tourism will play an important role in the economic development of Barbados.
Government is committed to pursuing a strategy that will systematically reduce the fiscal deficit, and foster economic growth and innovation.