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Virgin reports strong bookings for Barbados

Amid a less than favourable economic climate coupled with two years of struggle in the Barbados market, Virgin Atlantic officials are reporting strong forward bookings for the island. Commercial Manager for the Caribbean Andre Bello said although he remained concerned about the current economic conditions, he was confident about the island’s performance. Minister of Tourism […]

Virgin official calls for greater focus on Barbados’ tourism brand

Virgin official calls for greater focus on Barbados’ tourism brand

A senior airline official is urging tourism industry operators to maintain a diverse product offering while cautioning small hotel owners of the need to step…

SBA head: What about our tax returns?

With millions of dollars still owed to businesses and individuals in the form of VAT refunds and income tax returns, concerns have been raised that…

Prescod wants commercial banks to be more lenient to the poor

Commercial banks must be more welcoming of the poor and authorities must facilitate easier lending by credit unions. So says St Michael East Member of…

Tourism payback

Tourism payback

With the Government’s recent approval of concessions for local hoteliers and tourism looking good this winter, Minister of Tourism Richard Sealy suggests it is as…

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Flow-ing as usual

Flow-ing as usual

It is business as usual at Columbus Barbados, despite the acquisition of the company by Cable & Wireless.…

Move to secure City

Move to secure City

A major lighting initiative is underway in Bridgetown and its Historic Garrison area in a crackdown on crime…

Airport getting jet bridges

Airport getting jet bridges

There will soon be adjustments to the Grantley Adams International Airport to increase the comfort level of arriving…

No backlash

Columbus Communications Barbados says it has not suffered any major backlash as a result of its recent merger…

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