Barbados has been served a potentially significant blow to its tourism industry with the recent shooting of a Canadian visitor.
Former Barbados Prime Minister, Professor Owen Arthur, is heading an 11-member Commonwealth Observer Group that will monitor the March 2 regional and general elections there.
Barbados has seen a falloff in the numbers participating in the Canadian Farm Labour Programme.
Government is exploring a number of options to address frequent water outages affecting St. Joseph residents.
The Ministry of Health and Wellness has assured residents in the vicinity of the St. Lucy District Hospital at River Bay that the quarantine centre established there poses no threat to the public.
Come Friday, February 28, the Speightstown By-pass road will be renamed.
Minister of Education, Santia Bradshaw announced that Government will be investing significant finances to introduce a robotics programme in schools from September.
Debate on the Estimates of Expenditure for the upcoming financial year officially got underway Monday morning.
Government is projecting 3.3 billion dollars as its total expenditure for the financial year 2020-21, while revenue is projected at 3.1 billion.
Barbadian superstar Rihanna made a passionate plea for unity, as she accepted the 2020 NAACP’s 2020 President’s Award.