Monday, Nov 18, 2019

Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Finance Peter Turnquest said yesterday that after recent favorable reviews by global finance regulators, he does not believe The

Summit sale will allow Cable Bahamas to restart dividend payments

Cable Bahamas is awaiting the formal end-of-year closing of the $332.5 million sale of its Summit Broadband operation in the United States, the company’s Chairman

Longer LI airport runway via compulsory acquisition of land

The government will have to acquire land through compulsory acquisition to extend the runway of Long Island’s Deadman’s Cay Airport to 6,500 feet when the

Bridge Authority rolls out mobile toll payments app

A year after taking its first foray into the digital space, allowing motorists to pay their tolls electronically, the Bridge Authority is rolling out a

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The current show at The Current Gallery & Art Center by Stan Burnside is yet another mesmerizing moment in time. Though

Landmarks are such a common way to give directions we often think nothing of it. In some cities it could

Luciano’s restaurant has built its reputation on Italian offerings, and now 15 years to the month of their emergence onto

Before Wildflowers Events & Occasions was even a thought for Natalie Appleyard, the “creative bug” that would eventually lead her


Over the course of years, we have opined in this space that the most significant threat to national development is political polarization, and the failure

The Minnis administration is exactly two and a half years into its term in office with key items on its agenda — legislatively and otherwise

The level of buffoonery we witnessed emanating from the speaker’s chair when the House of Assembly convened yesterday afternoon might have left us speechless had

According to a report provided by the Department of Social Services to Perspective at our request, 6,469 adults and 2,343 children — a total of

Much like areas of Freeport, homeowners and business owners on West End’s waterfront and north shore whose devastation suffered 15 years ago in Hurricane Frances

The Royal Bahamas Police Force on Grand Bahama suffered significant asset losses due to Hurricane Dorian and its officers are among those left homeless in

Be it flood-damaged vehicle fires or mold sickness or interruptions in daily regimens for those suffering from non-communicable diseases, there are health and safety risks