Dawne Parris, Author at Barbados Today
Articles by Dawne Parris

Tourism officials sticking with US market but open to other...

Barbados does not intend to stop wooing travellers from the United...

Barbados reap sweets from lifting of travel protocols

The Caribbean Hotel and Tourism Association (CHTA) has pointed to an...

No excess printing of money

Although insisting that the Central Bank has not surpassed its legal...

Study finds vaccine hesitancy in Barbados extends beyond...

There are indications that the vaccine hesitancy sparked by the...

IMF says Gov’t can meet debt targets

Amidst opposition concerns about the level of debt being undertaken by...

Scotland District road rehab to finally begin by monthend

The long-awaited Scotland District Road Rehabilitation Project is set...

Improvements to road network to spark “renaissance”

Minister in the Ministry of Finance Ryan Straughn has predicted a...

Straughn defends loan for Scotland District project

Minister in the Ministry of Finance Ryan Straughn has defended the...

IMF: Economy recovering but risks remain

The International Monetary Fund (IMF) has approved Barbados’ final...

City MP: Businesses should be proud to pay pandemic levy

Member of Parliament for the City of Bridgetown Corey Lane on Tuesday...

Unions put in pay hike request

Labour unions have officially requested a salary hike for government...

Straughn appeals to self-employed not to hide from paying...

Self-employed Barbadians are being urged not to “play around with...

‘More efficient tax collection may have avoided pandemic...

Trade union leader and Parliamentarian Toni Moore has taken Government...

More to pay airport service charge

Almost everyone flying out of Barbados will have to pay either $70 or...

Gov’t moves to keep African Swine Flu out

Government has moved to protect the local pork industry from the...

Weir promises to protect pork producers from outside...

Agriculture Minister Indar Weir has declared his intention to protect...

Labour Minister says worker shortage in tourism a result of...

Minister of Labour Colin Jordan has suggested that employers in the...

CCJ reduces jail sentence for man who killed common-law wife

A Barbadian man who killed the mother of his six children will spend...

CTUSAB suggests COVID-19 officers be redirected as labour...

The Congress of Trade Unions and Staff Associations of Barbados...
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