Workers in the tourism industry have been told by Minister of Labour and Social Partnership Relations, Colin Jordan, that there is no room for discrimination in that sector.
All is set for the 2019 Soca Monarch Final at the Soca Bowl in over a week’s time.
Barbadians are taking an interest in the just launched medical Marijuana industry in neighboring St Vincent and the Grenadines.
Government is prepared to consider an expanded Reserves Programme for the Barbados Defense Force.
The Transport Authority says it will do whatever is necessary to bring the PSV sector in line.
Police have made a breakthrough in their investigations into the recent skimming of ATMs.
Barbados efforts to adequately monitor its ports of entry are being significantly boosted with the implementation of an Advanced Cargo Information System.
Argentina, the third largest exporter of natural honey in the world, is to assist Barbados develop a viable apiculture industry.
There’s concern that social media has overtaken book reading as the main source of information for young people in Barbados.
Minister of Agriculture and Food Security, Indar Weir, has revealed that his ministry is considering building dams in some agricultural areas heavily impacted by drought conditions.