The increase in price for the Advice of Arrival Postal fees is necessary so that the Barbados Postal Service could recover costs incurred in processing non-document goods.
District Emergency Organizations in Barbados need to be reformed if they are to achieve their full potential and be effective.
New locations have been found for displaced students of the Lawrence T Gay Memorial Primary School.
The National Council on Substance Abuse is concerned about Barbadians abusing pharmaceutical drugs.
With the 2020 hurricane season five months away, the government is ramping up its preparation for the season which begins on June 1st.
The Ministry of Health and Wellness has started to put measures in place to respond to any threat to public health which may be caused by the new type of coronavirus, first reported last month in China.
Opposition Senator Caswell Franklyn says something must be done urgently to address issues facing drivers at the Transport Board.
Several outstanding Barbadians, all past students of the Coleridge and Parry School, are to be honoured and inducted into the school’s Hall of Fame.
When the Senate met on Wednesday, the upper house debated and passed a constitutional amendment that would see the retirement age of the Auditor general and the Director of public prosecutions move from 62 to 67.
Barbados has maintained its good ranking despite a drop in the just released 2019 Corruption Perception Index.