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Digi teams with Cave Shepherd and Magna

Digi teams with Cave Shepherd and Magna

Digicel recently teamed up with Cave Shepherd and Magna to enable the three organisations to bring even better value to their customers.

Feels like home

Feels like home

Actress Vanessa Williams expresses her love for the island

Passion for tourism sector

Passion for tourism sector

Learning more about Barbados’ leading sector will continue to be an endeavour which Christopher Morgan will embrace beyond his tenure as Junior Minister of Tourism. Speaking during an interview at the Barbados Tourism Authority office, the youth representative for the Ministry of Tourism described his most recent experience — an internship with the BTA — […]

Sir Roy sends warning to tough bosses

Sir Roy sends warning to tough bosses

Head of Barbados’ largest trade union is today sounding a warning to bosses who want to rule with a “fist of iron”.

A winner with LIME

A winner with LIME

Two weeks of opportunities and thousands of dollars in prizes still to be won in the CongaLIME summer promotion, revealed LIME Vice President of Corporate Sales and Support, Samuel Skinner. For the last few weeks, during the height of the festivities, customers of LIME walked away with cash, tickets to events, costumes and other exciting […]

Trading report

Trading report

Solid gains on Conglomerate and Financial stocks saw the CSX 30 end the week of August 17 higher, while the misery on the Junior Market continued. For the week 7,276,872 valued at $2,164,000 crossed the floors of the six stock exchanges across Caricom, with 23 stocks advancing, 43 declining and 58 remaining unchanged. Jamaica Teas […]

Ruall Harris new director at BARP

Barbados Association of Retired Persons Inc has announced the appointment of Ruall Harris as a director effective July 26, 2012.

Bim forging ties with Czech Republic

The prospects for better investment opportunities between Barbados and the Czech Republic are now wide open.

That’s because a Double Taxation Agreement between the two countries, signed by then Acting Minister of International Business and Internati

Singers spice up disaster awareness

BL&P rewards contestants for entries in disaster preparedness competition

Disaster preparedness is critical, and with the hurricane season underway, the Barbados Light & Power Company welcomes opportunities to encourage employees and the general p