Tuesday, November 20, 2018
Barbados Today:-Local officials have identified genealogy tourism as a niche area on which they will seek to capitalize. Manager of Innovation and strategy at the Barbados Tourism Product Authority (BTPA) Terry Vanterpool-Fox said Barbadians locally and abroad had a keen...
PRESS STATEMENT:-Castries, Saint Lucia, August 5th 2016 - The Government of Saint Lucia has been alerted to the many comments, queries, and concerns and expressed views that have been circulating in the media since the July 29th announcement of...
PRESS RELEASE:-With the Rio Olympics just days away, Flow Sports is all set to deliver the most comprehensive coverage of the Olympic Games the people of the region have ever seen with complete focus on Caribbean athletes and Flow...

Arawak cement has new look

PRESS RELEASE:-Claxton Bay, Trinidad: Arawak Cement Company Limited announces the launch of its new packaging in St. Lucia. The novel sack is not just attractive but designed to minimise spillage during the transportation process as well as extend the...
Suriname headquartered airline, Fly Allways, plans to add Saint Lucia to the list of Caribbean destinations with large populations of Guyanese residents that it will serve, Demerara Waves Online News has reported. According to the online publication, Fly Allways is...
PRESS RELEASE:-Soon after being recognized as the Automotive Art Regional Franchise of the Year, Automotive Art (St Lucia) is celebrating another award. The Lucia Employers Federation has announced that Automotive Art (St Lucia) Ltd. is the recipient of St Lucia...
PRESS RELEASE:-Saint Lucia (August 4, 2015) – The Saint Lucia Tourist Board (SLTB) reports a successful fourth annual Saint Lucia North American Showcase. The event, which was held July 28-31, at the Johnson’s Centre and Pigeon Island National Landmark,...
PRESS RELEASE:-Castries, Saint Lucia (August 4, 2016): Massy Stores is the new name for the company formerly known as Consolidated Foods Ltd (CFL) and its 11 stores - Super J IGA, Mega J and gl foodmarket. The new corporate image...
Some twenty hotel workers employed by St. James's Club Morgan Bay resort have been made redundant, Labour Commissioner, Ray Narcisse has confirmed. The redundancies took effect last last month. Narcisse told the Times that the resort took the action as a...
PRESS RELEASE:-BRIDGETOWN, Barbados, August 4, 2016 – The Board of Directors of the Caribbean Development Bank (CDB) has approved a grant to support the digitalisation of Caribbean music. This intervention responds to the global shift to digital music distribution, which...