LIAT protest off


  LIAT services across the region will not be disrupted tomorrow, the airline’s management has assured. The Leeward Island Airline Pilots Association (LIALPA) had threatened to stage sit-ins at various airports if its members did not receive their salaries by midnight tonight. However in a brief statement, LIAT management said, “the recent report of impending action […]

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Sinckler chastises local banks

  “Unfortunate and unwarranted” is how Finance Minister, Christopher Sinckler, has described a decision by local banks to suspend work on transactions for real estate and related activities. Their action comes amid concerns over recent amendments to the Barbados Revenue Authority (BRA) Act, which requires a Tax Clearance Certificate to […]