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Tourism ministry distances itself from sex-ploration promotion

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(Observer) The Ministry of Tourism is distancing itself from a promotion dubbed Room 77, where the organisers recruit vacationers to an all-inclusive take over sex...

Vendors may get some slack for now, but changes are coming

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(Pointe Xpress) The St. John’s Development Corporation (SJDC) will this year place an increased focus on management of the city, according Minister for Tourism Charles...

Hotel owners reel from effects of Covid-19

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(Observer) Hotel owners here are undoubtedly bracing for what is clearly a difficult 2021, as the sector continues to reel from a historic drop in...

Tourism minister talks up LIAT importance to discussions with major airlines

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(Observer) While the restructuring of regional carrier LIAT remains polarising, Minister of Tourism Charles Fernandez said its continued operation will prove vital in talks with...

New ‘distress fee’ for tourists coming

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(Observer) Chairman of the Antigua and Barbuda Hotels and Tourism Association, Alex Debrito, has said that there still needs to be some fine-tuning before the...

Tourism Authority partners to develop ‘Explore Antigua’ mobile app and tourist map

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(Point Express) Hashtag Communications, with the endorsement of the Antigua and Barbuda Tourism Authority, has announced the release of a new and interactive tourist map...

Leadership change at ABHTA

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(Observer) The Antigua and Barbuda Hotels and Tourism Association (ABHTA) has bid farewell to its outgoing chairman, Vernon Jeffers Snr, who chaired it from May...

Cruise ships’ return still ‘several months’ away

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(Observer) The once familiar sight of titanic cruise liners dwarfing the oceanfront buildings of St John’s is still several months away from returning, industry chiefs...

Call for urgent tourism meeting to mitigate against losses from UK lockdown

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(Observer) The head of the union which represents a wide cross-section of hotel workers is calling for an urgent meeting with tourism industry heads to...

Master Plan for Tourism underway

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(Observer) Tourism officials here are busy trying to formulate a master plan for the struggling sector that could propel more buoyancy in 2021. The COVID-19 pandemic...