Barbados Press Releases

CARIFESTA XIII to be ‘GREEN’

CARIFESTA XIII in Barbados will be the most environmentally conscious CARIFESTA to date. This assertion was made recently by Programme Coordinator with the CARIFESTA Secretariat,...

Police Commissioner: Barbados Still Safe

Barbados remains a safe and secure place for residents and visitors despite a recent spike in crime. And, with the Crop Over season expected to...

CCREEE To Be Established In Barbados

A Caribbean Centre for Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency (CCREEE) is being established in Barbados to support and coordinate the execution of regional renewable...

Barbados signs CARIFESTA XIII host Agreement

Prime Minister Freundel Stuart has given the assurance that Barbados will not engage in excessive spending when it hosts CARIFESTA XIII next month. He made...

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Gov’t Signs US $34 Million IDB Loan

Government and the Inter-American Development Bank (IDB) have signed a US $34 million loan agreement to finance a project to use cleaner fuels and...

L.T. Gay Students Back At Temporary Sites

BARBADOS:  Students of the Lawrence T. Gay Memorial School will return to the three temporary sites they occupied last term, when the new school...
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$30m In Produce From BADMC Farmers

BARBADOS:  Farmers who are a part of the Barbados Agricultural Development and Marketing Corporation (BADMC) generated approximately $30 million in primary produce in 2015. This...
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Barbados willing to share cultural expertise

Barbados stands ready to share its technical expertise on the cultural industries with its regional counterparts. This declaration was made today by Minister of Culture,...
Adriel Brathwaite

Our Challenges Are The Same Says AG

BARBADOS:  Health threats such as the Zika virus and Chikungunya have shown that where countries in Latin and South America, and the English-speaking Caribbean...

Maritime boundary agreement signed

Prime Minister Freundel Stuart and his St. Lucian counterpart, Prime Minister Allen Chastenet, today signed...

Beware Of Alcohol Abuse During Festival

As Barbadians approach the height of this year’s Crop Over Festival, they have been warned...

Germany is seeking Barbados’ Support

Germany is seeking Barbados’ support for its candidate for the United Nations Security Council 2019...

Gov’t Signs US $34 Million IDB Loan

Government and the Inter-American Development Bank (IDB) have signed a US $34 million loan agreement...

Free public lecture on Podiatry for International Podiatry Day

The Barbados Association of Podiatrists will host a free public lecture entitled All Things Feet...

Barbados: Training Division to host E-Day

The Training Administration Division will host an E-Day on Monday, April 24 to launch a...

Ensuring A Pressure-Free 11 Plus Exam – BSSEE

With just under a week to go before children write the Barbados Secondary Schools’ Entrance...

Ex-offenders Rehabilitation programmes necessary

Ex-offenders are stigmatised, discriminated against and disadvantaged by their criminal records, and need to be...

BNTCL and BNTCL Holdings Ltd merger application available for viewing

A redacted version of the merger application of the Barbados National Terminal Company Limited and...

Individual effort needed to achieve excellence

Prime Minister Freundel Stuart has challenged individuals at all levels of the private and public...

Pig farmers to work in Canada

A selection of local workers with experience in pig farming and animal husbandry has satisfied...

Link-Caribbean awards $125,000 USD to 5 Caribbean firms

Five Caribbean businesses are at a stage closer to securing private investment having each received...

Goal to bring deficit below rate of growth of economy

Prime Minister Freundel Stuart has given the assurance that Government will continue to take the...

SJPP to launch internship programme

Come month-end, the Samuel Jackman Prescod Polytechnic (SJPP) will roll out a new initiative that...

Temporary closure of Tourism and International Transport

The Ministry of Tourism and International Transport, located in the Lloyd Erskine Sandiford Centre (LESC)...