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SANDALS RESORTS LOSES FOUNDER GORDON ‘BUTCH’ STEWART AT 79

Legendary Jamaican hotelier and Chairman of the ATL Group, Gordon “Butch” Stewart passed away this evening. He was 79. Butch was the founder, owner...

TAIWAN TO HALT FLIGHTS TO UK IN JANUARY AMID MUTANT COVID STRAIN

Taiwan's two major airlines will cease all flights to the U.K. beginning in January as a new strain of the Wuhan coronavirus rages in...

CARIBBEAN AIRLINES TO EXTEND LAYOFFS FOR THREE MONTHS

Regional carrier Caribbean Airlines has announced that it will extend layoffs for an additional three months. The period is now set to end on April...

ST KITTS & NEVIS GOVERNMENT WRITES-OFF LIAT $11 MILLION DEBT

PRIME MINISTER Dr. Timothy Harris has confirmed that the Government of St. Kitts and Nevis has done its part to ensure that cash-strapped regional...

SIMPLY MORE WITH DIGICEL THIS CHRISTMAS

Digicel is taking its promise of ‘Simply More’ simply more right through the festive season this year offering more ways for customers to get...

CHRISTMAS PROMOTION IN FULL FLOW WITH FLOW

There was a ‘joy joy’ atmosphere at the Kingstown office of Wayne Hull, Country Manager of telecommunications company FLOW, last week Friday, November 20. The...

LIAT TO CHARGE US$10 FOR 1ST CHECKED BAG, US$60 FOR 2ND BACK EACH WAY

LIAT has introduced its new baggage policy effective Nov. 30 when it returns to commercial service. While customers will be allowed to carry on a...

ANTIGUA CIP OPENS FOR SIBLING, GRANDCHILDREN DEPENDENTS, CUTS FEES FOR ADDING FUTURE FAMILY MEMBERS

Barely two weeks after Saint Kitts & Nevis’ CIP became the fourth Caribbean CIP to allow for sibling dependents, Antigua & Barbuda has followed...
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