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2018 National Culinary Team Wins Gold

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The 2018 National Culinary Team will come home donning a slew of medals including: TEAM GOLD for The Caribbean National Team of the Year Competition; Chef Jamal Small won Gold AND was inducted into the coveted “Hall of Fame” for winning overall “Caribbean Chef of The Year”; Junior Chef Hazen Rolle blazed a trail winning Gold for “Junior Chef of The Year”, he too won overall Junior Chef of the Year and Hall of Fame acclaim, a feat achieved by The Bahamas for the 2nd year in a row!

Last Updated on Thursday, 28 June 2018 10:33 Read more...
 

Culinary Team Readies For Caribbean Contest

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Dinner guests gathered at Baha Mar to savour offerings by the Bahamas National Culinary Team, who are preparing to compete at the upcoming "Taste of the Caribbean" competition.

The Bahamas Hotel and Tourism Association hosted the annual event to build support for the team ahead of the June 22-26 competition, and provide guests with a "taste of things to come".

Last Updated on Friday, 22 June 2018 10:15 Read more...
 

Team Bahamas Ready For Taste of The Caribbean

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The Bahamas is among 11 teams in the hunt for the 2018 Taste of the Caribbean title at the region’s premier culinary competition. And team manager chef Mario Adderley says the squad is ready to head out to put its best foot forward at the Hyatt Regency Miami.

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Joy Jibrilu honored with CTO’s Allied Award

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FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. – Last Friday, during the Caribbean Tourism Industry Awards Dinner and Fashion Show, a part of the annual Caribbean Week New York events, Ministry of Tourism and Aviation Director General Joy Jibrilu received the distinguished Allied Award for her exceptional work toward the sustainable development of Caribbean tourism.

Last Updated on Friday, 22 June 2018 09:52 Read more...
 

Hotels and resorts allowed to honor prior bookings at 7.5% VAT

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After consultation with Bahamas Hotel and Tourism Association (BHTA) members and stakeholders, government has allowed hotels and resorts with prior bookings at the 7.5 percent value-added tax (VAT) rate to honor that rate with their clients and to log those bookings with the Department of Inland Revenue.

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