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Proposed Sale Of Canadian Banks In Caribbean Under Review

Press Release:-  Governor Timothy Antoine of the Eastern Caribbean Central Bank (ECCB) has confirmed that his organisation is reviewing applications for the intended sale of banking assets within the...

Former LIAT Chairman Wants Airline To Keep Flying

Barbados Today:- Outgoing chairman of LIAT Dr Jean Holder is urging shareholder governments of the cash-strapped airline not to allow the carrier, which is critical to regional travel, to close...

Saint Lucia Among Best In Travel Industry

Press Release:- Saint Lucia’s prominence amongst Caribbean destinations within the romance niche continues to be undisputable, having captured Gold honours for ‘Best Wedding Destination and Best Honeymoon Destination –Caribbean/Bahamas’ at...

Driving Instructors Frustrated Over Processing Of Permits

Saint Lucia driving instructors are frustrated because there are not sufficient clerks at the ministry of Transport to process permits, former President of the National Association of Driving Schools...

Choiseul Fishers Get Help From Japan

Press Release:- The Government of Japan, through the Japan International Co-operation Agency (JICA) has come to the aid of the fishers of Choiseul, to help remedy challenges experienced at the...

CDB To Decide On Financing For Marijuana Industry

Barbados Today:-  The jury is out on if or how the Caribbean Development Bank (CDB) will support the fledgling regional cannabis industry as Barbados and several other Caribbean states...

Concern Over Meat, Fish Imports From China

By Janelle Norville (GIS): A meeting of the National Health Security Committee was held on Feb. 7, at the Office of the Prime Minister, in an ongoing effort to...
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British Airways Expands Saint Lucia To London Service

Press Release:- British Airways customers flying from St. Lucia to London will have even more flights to choose from next winter. Customers will soon be able to choose from nine...

Sagicor Prepares To Cut Jobs In Barbados, Saint Lucia

Barbados Today:- Job cuts at insurance giant Sagicor General’s Barbados and St. Lucia appeared imminent Monday as the company announced that it will be undergoing a restructuring process. In a...

Chinese Restaurants In Jamaica Lose Business Over Coronavirus Fears

Jamaica Observer:- THERE is no case of the novel coronavirus in Jamaica, but some Chinese restaurants are feeling the heat from the disease which has forced major fast-food chains...