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Barbados to get a Wyndham

Barbados to get a Wyndham

On the heels of this week’s announcement by Minister of Tourism Richard Sealy that Barbados will soon have a Hyatt, Barbados TODAY has been reliably informed that another major international hotel brand is tipped to operate the former Sam Lord’s Castle in St Philip. Informed sources say the Wyndham, which is one of the world’s [...]

Pop to boost sector

Pop to boost sector

Barbados’ cultural sector is expected to receive a boost from a new winter festival expected to start this December. The Classical/Pop Festival is being rolled…

Hyatt coming

Hyatt coming

Work is scheduled to begin during the first quarter of next year on a spanking new Hyatt hotel, as part of major investments planned in…

Unfortunate!

The chairman of the Barbados Private Sector Association (BPSA) Alex McDonald has described as “unfortunate” recent criticisms levelled against members of the umbrella body by…

New real estate act in the works

Real estate valuers in Barbados will soon be required to have a certificate of registration in order to practice on the island. Minister of Finance…

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Tourism bill passed

Tourism bill passed

Parliament tonight passed amendments to the Tourism Development Act that will allow all local hotels to benefit from…

Strong warning from Inniss

Strong warning from Inniss

Minister of Industry Donville Inniss today issued a strong warning to hoteliers who are set to receive significant…

Not enough borrowing, says market analyst

Not enough borrowing, says market analyst

A capital market analyst has suggested that not enough people in Barbados are borrowing to invest in major…

$20 challenge hoping to double numbers

Organizers of a $20 challenge for students say they are hoping to double the number of participants this…

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