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Child care

Minister Jones hoping to construct six nurseries across the country

We want more!

Concerned group lobbying for further adjustments to Cultural Industries Bill

A helping hand

Labour Minister looking to assist Bajans to find local jobs

Totally unacceptable!

Barbadian youth should not be forced into civic duty
An article in the Barbados TODAY edition on the 29th of September, 2012 stated that Barbadians between the ages of 15 to 29 will be mandated to give hundreds of hours of civic national service s

Awarding the youth

More youths were granted scholarships this year under the Wesleyan Holiness Co-operative Credit Union’s Erwin Grosvenor Scholarship Awards. The scholarships which were established in 2007 was consistent with the instructions of the members at the 2005 Annual General Meeting in honour of Erwin Grosvenor for his outstanding contribution to the birth, growth and development of […]

What our readers had to say…

Barbados TODAY’s lead story in Friday September’s edition about the national youth policy has been generating much debate. Today we bring you more comments posted on our website as our readers continue to share their opinion on the story headlined All Must Serve. Tony Webster: This will see the light of day, the same time […]

CASA saved

Future of drug counselling agency after this year still in doubt

FOROMIC conference a success

The Barbados Government is assuring micro-entrepreneurs of new business opportunities coming out of the FOROMIC conference which closes here tonight. Speaking at the closing ceremony of the three-day forum on micro financing enterprises at the Lloyd Erskine Sandiford Centre, Minister of Finance, Chris Sinckler, said he was positive the relationships developed through extensive networking, would […]

Bringing young people together

This Friday, the youth of Barbados are expected to encounter a change in their mind-set when Xperience The Shift takes place. Hosted by the Drug Education & Counselling Services, this conference’s aim is to bring together as many young people as possible to give them an opportunity to hear what the Spirit of the Lord […]

Education over the years

Exhibition jogs the memory of Barbadians about the last 50 years of education

Sí for small businesses

Exposure to Latin American market benefical to micro enterprises

On the move

Team Mikey is known as not just a charity but as a movement and they plan to keep moving way beyond the Crop-Over season. Their hope is to stay away from being a “seasonal charity” and have future projects planned for Christmas and through 2013. This morning at the Queen’s College School in Husbands, St. […]

Handbooks to help with transition

Help is on the way for children with the transition from Primary to Secondary school

Future uncertain

exposure to latin american market benefical to micro enterprises
Micro enterprises in Barbados could soon be doing business on the Latin American and Caribbean markets.
Investigations by Barbados TODAY revealed that FOROMIC Barbados 2012, a Lat

Awarding enterprisers

Barbados was host of the inaugural FOROMIC and Inter-American Awards

Wiping out the mosquito

Efforts to rid the island of the aedes egypti mosquito, the carrier of dengue fever, will continue this week when St. Philip, St. John, St. Peter, and St. Michael will be fogged, from 4:30 to 7:30 p.m. each day. From today, the team will spray Pot House, Glebe Land, Colleton, Colleton Gardens, Cliff Cottage, Coach […]

IDB officials touring projects

West Terrace Primary School in St. James is high on the list of projects which Executive Directors of the Inter-American Development Bank will visit this week following their attendance at FOROMIC 2012, the three-day Inter-American Forum on Micro Enterprises. The IDB officials, along with representatives from the Ministry of Education and Human Resource Development, will […]

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