Parents should lead their children by example when it comes to productivity and work ethic.
The Caribbean region is special and has its own contribution to make to the ???unfolding drama of mankind???.
Those teachers who will spend the first two weeks of their vacation at Wheelock College in Boston, to enhance their knowledge in early childhood education, have been reminded of the impact they have in shaping the future of the island???s students.
Caribbean leaders must see their annual Heads of Government Conference as a platform for enriching the lives of the people of the region.
Forty years after the signing of the Treaty of Chaguaramas, the people of the Caribbean are ???stronger than ever???.
Efforts by Barbadians to break into the film and creative industries have not gone unnoticed by Government.
Minister of Tourism and International Transport, Richard Sealy, has advised the 2013 graduating class of the Welches Primary School, to remain focused and to build on the solid foundation laid by their teachers.
Minister of Tourism and International Transport, Richard Sealy, has urged students who are undecided about their careers, to consider the tourism industry as a viable option.
Prime Minister Freundel Stuart left Barbados today, Wednesday, July 3, to attend the Heads of Government Conference of the Caribbean Community (CARICOM)…
A government minister is championing the importance of educators in this country and has called on parents to respect the significant role that they play in moulding the nation???s children.