Barbados union wants LIAT shareholders to pay workers

The National Union of Public Workers’ (NUPW) is calling on the Government shareholders of cash-strapped regional airline LIAT to pay its Barbados-based employees. Acting general...

American Airlines reportedly ‘read the riot act’ to Caribbean countries over reopening of airports

Some Caribbean countries were told to provide a firm date when their airports would be reopened or risk being excluded from American Airlines’ rotation...

LIAT, unions to discuss severance as layoffs extend to six months

Trade unions representing LIAT workers across the region are to meet with the airline’s management soon to discuss severance for workers. This comes just days...

Antigua PM says government may have to borrow $150 million

With Antigua and Barbuda’s debt to GDP set to move from 69 per cent to 100 per cent; and as it becomes more challenging...

Chinese firm to acquire Guyana Goldfields Inc for CDN$323 million

Chinese mining firm, Zijin Mining Group Ltd, has entered into a binding arrangement agreement with Guyana Goldfields, which will see the former acquiring all...

Grenada Cabinet approves financial support for Cocoa farmers

Cocoa farmers in Grenada will benefit from a $1 million grant provided by the Government. At its meeting on Monday, the Cabinet also approved a...

Canadian billionaire Calvin Ayre’s bill plans for Antigua and Barbuda

Slow internet speeds in Antigua and Barbuda is part of a wider infrastructural problem that needs to be addressed, Canadian billionaire Calvin Ayre said...

LIAT ‘in a very precarious position’ and in need of need a bailout package

LIAT’s second largest shareholder government ⁠— Antigua and Barbuda ⁠— is reiterating that the airline’s financial situation is dire and will need help to...

Supreme Ventures Group announces major investment

The Supreme Ventures Group has announced the expansion of their gaming machine business in Jamaica with the conclusion of negotiations to widen their purview...

Use opportunity to propel Region into future – business leader

The COVID-19 pandemic has catapulted the region into the future, as far as the jobs landscape was concerned, regional business leader and author, Wayne...