As the Barbados Government Information Service (BGIS) gears up to celebrate its 55th anniversary, its Acting Chief Information Officer, Sharon Lynch, says the services of this public relations organisation are needed now more than ever in this technology-driven world.??
Efforts are afoot to foster better working relations between the Barbados Light and Power (BL&P) and the Barbados Renewable Energy Association (BREA).
After placing people and organisations in the spotlight over the years, the Barbados Government Information Service (BGIS) will have its turn when it celebrates its 55th anniversary with a week of activities from November 3 to 9.
Barbadians have the capacity to resolve the serious economic challenges which the country is facing, as well as to restructure the economy and strengthen the society.
The Ministry of Tourism will be implementing a National Host Programme to improve the knowledge base of citizens about the island???s product offerings.
The current economic crisis should not be used as an excuse to neglect occupational safety and health issues in the workplace.
Outgoing Chinese Ambassador, Xu Hong, has praised the significant progress made between Barbados and China after more than three decades of relations.
Barbadians will pay tribute to those who lost their lives during the two World Wars, at the annual Remembrance Day Parade and Inter-denominational Service on Sunday, November 10 at the Cenotaph, National Heroes Square, Bridgetown, commencing at 8:00 a.m.??
Economic valuation can play a critical role in the formulation of more effective resource management, policies and programmes.
The Gymnasium Limited of Barbados will soon begin its search for a Chief Executive Officer following a restructuring of its management team.