Tuesday, Nov 19, 2019

MSC Cruises announced last week that it has pushed back the opening of its Ocean Cay private island destination in The Bahamas to December 5,

Govt wants climate change considered in concessionary financing

The government is seeking to have The Bahamas’ vulnerability to climate change applied when it seeks concessionary financing, for which the country is often ineligible. As

Aliv launches Alcatel’s new 3X mobile device

The Bahamas continues to be an important launch market for Alcatel, the company’s Regional Director for Central America and the Caribbean Jesus Hung said Friday,

Govt seeking to develop cascarilla-based industry on Acklins

The Bahamas is moving at full steam to create a cascarilla-based industry on Acklins, according to Parliamentary Secretary in the Ministry of Agriculture and Marine

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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

Of the 76 legislative and policy pledges made by the Minnis administration in its Speech from the Throne delivered in May 2017, 14 have been

Investigations and subsequent discoveries have led police to lower the official missing persons count in the aftermath of Hurricane Dorian on Grand Bahama from 30

“Bahamians are some of the most resilient people I have ever seen in my life,” beamed Jo Brown, area director for Baptist Global Response of

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