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Sandals shut until November 1

SANDALS Royal Bahamian will not open to guests until November 1, the resort has announced.

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Sandals transfers guests to new hotels

SANDALS Royal Bahamian has diverted large groups of guests to other hotel properties as the resort continues to battle an outbreak of gastroenteritis, according to Health Minister Dr Duane Sands.

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Sandals hit by stomach bug outbreak

NEARLY 100 people have been afflicted with a gastrointestinal illness at Sandals Royal Bahamian all-inclusive resort in New Providence, Health Minister Duane Sands confirmed to The Tribune yesterday. 

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INSIGHT: PLP betrays its legacy by turning against workers

By the end of this week, Allyson Maynard-Gibson, the Attorney-General of the Bahamas, should have either resigned from her post or be fired by Prime Minister Perry Christie. It is that simple.

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UPDATED: Gibson blasts Sandals as 600 lose their jobs

LABOUR Minister Shane Gibson said his ministry was given very little notice by Sandals Royal Bahamian Resort of its decision to make more than 600 employees redundant yesterday so it could conduct renovations.

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Sandals accused of 'union busting' with threatened closure

TRADE Union Congress (TUC) president Obie Ferguson has accused Sandals Royal Bahamian of the “highest level of union busting”, blasting the the resort for its imminent abrupt closure, which he said was almost treasonous to the Bahamian people.

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Sandals silent over plans to close for two months

SENIOR executives at the Sandals Royal Bahamian Resort remained tight-lipped yesterday over the purported closure of the all-inclusive Cable Beach resort in less than two weeks.


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