Court administrator says LIAT employees won’t get money anytime soon – Barbados Today


More than 90 Barbados-based LIAT employees were formally terminated from the cash-starved airline today. The workers, including pilots, engineers, flight attendants and ground staff, were among hundreds of staffers of the Antigua-based company who received their letters from court-approved administrator Cleveland Seaforth, who is overseeing the restructuring of the collapsed airline. The employees had been […]
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‘Unauthorized taxis plying ZR routes illegally’ - Barbados Today

Operators of privately-owned public service vehicle (PSV) say taxis are becoming a major headache for them on several routes across the island. The main body representing a chunk of PSV owners and operators is reporting an increase in pirate operators on some routes. Commuter Complaints Officer with the Alliance Owners […]