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INSIGHT: While Atlantis flip-flops, concerns turn to impact of RCI’s project on Downtown

PEACE has apparently broken out between Atlantis and Royal Caribbean – and to hear the president of Atlantis tell it, there was never any opposition in the first place.

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‘Atlantis was never against the Royal Caribbean Project’, says resort president

ATLANTIS president Audrey Oswell said the resort is happy that Royal Caribbean International’s Paradise Island project has been given the go-ahead now that all environmental concerns have been addressed, adding: “Atlantis was never against the Royal Caribbean project.”

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Atlantis on course for its best year ever

ATLANTIS executives anticipate that 2023 will be the best year in the resort’s history, with occupancy rates and visitor spending up when compared to previous years.

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Atlantis queried on employee complaints

LABOUR Minister Keith Bell said the Department of Labour launched an investigation into Atlantis after getting “a number of complaints” from employees who felt “pressured and intimidated” to stand against Royal Caribbean International’s proposed Paradise Island Beach Club project.

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Hotel Union: ‘Lead and we will follow you . . . maybe’

THE head of the hotel union has a message for Atlantis executives who want workers to speak out against Royal Caribbean International’s proposed Paradise Island project: “Put your placards on and go do what you (are) telling us to do.”

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Atlantis: ‘Put the brakes on’ Royal Caribbean’s PI deal

Atlantis’ top executive last night warned that approval of Royal Caribbean’s $110m Paradise Island project is “premature” and urged Bahamians to call on the Government to “put the brakes on”.

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‘Not so fast’ on Royal Caribbean’s PI plans

EARLIER this week, the Government of The Bahamas announced that Royal Caribbean International’s (RCI) proposed beach club project on Paradise Island will be permitted to move forward pending approval of an Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) and Environmental Management Plan (EMP). I believe the green light is premature, with so many unanswered questions regarding the project’s environmental and economic impact still to be addressed.

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Atlantis chief: Our staff ‘need pay increase now’

Atlantis is awarding its unionised employees a 3 percent “across-the-board” pay increase with effect from April 25, its top executive saying: “Our team members need an increase now”.

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Atlantis chief sees 'light at tunnel end'

Atlantis’s top executive says there is “light at the end of the tunnel” as the Paradise Island mega resort targets the June 15 re-opening of its Royal Towers as the first stage in a phased return. Audrey Oswell, the property’s president and managing

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Atlantis: 'Responsible wage increase' please

Atlantis wants “responsible wage increases” to be the outcome of the hotel sector’s industrial agreement negotiations, its top executive told thousands of staff yesterday. Audrey Oswell, the Paradise Island-based resort’s president and managing dire

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Succeeding in a man's world

Audrey Oswell takes top position at Atlantis

For Audrey Oswell, the newly appointed president and managing director at Atlantis Paradise Island, it is encouraging to see women progress professionally and their roles expanding in every industry, not just hospitality.“At Atlantis we have many wom


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