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BHTA seeking to get on top of seaweed problem

BHTA seeking to get on top of seaweed problem

Gravely concerned about the threat of the Sargassum seaweed to the island’s tourism product, the Barbados Hotel and Tourism Association (BHTA) has pledged to work “tirelessly to find a solution”. BHTA Chief Executive Officer Sue Springer said the seaweed, which has developed into a major problem on the beaches and was affecting visitors and locals […]

Make use of seaweed

Make use of seaweed

Barbadians have been told that they should not to see the invasive Sargassum seaweed as a threat or a crisis. “See it as an opportunity…

National strike still looming

National strike still looming

The threat of a national strike is still looming. Today, the National Council of the National Union of Public Workers (NUPW) met and gave the…

NIS looking to crackdown on professionals too

NIS looking to crackdown on professionals too

Professionals have been put on notice that they could soon require clearance from the National Insurance Scheme (NIS). This follows the recent Budget announcement that…

JADA expands

Local construction giant JADA has launched a new subsidiary company, JADA Improvements. It will focus on minor works, planned and reactive maintenance and renovations for…

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Hypocritical and grossly discriminatory!

The outgoing president of the Barbados International Business Association (BIBA) is not at all happy about the recent…

Fast track

Customers collecting barrels and personal effects should process their delivery documentation online before coming to the Bridgetown Port.…

Layoffs to follow LIME/FLOW merger

Layoffs to follow LIME/FLOW merger

Another round of layoffs is pending at telecommunications company, LIME, following its decision to merge operations with former…

36 tourism scholarships announced

The Caribbean Hotel and Tourism Association Education Foundation (CHTAEF) has awarded a record number of scholarships to 36…

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