Tuesday, Jul 16, 2019
BUSINESS

Businessman Scott Godet, who had entered into a public-private partnership with the government of The Bahamas under the Christie administration for the creation of a

BTC: No plans to ‘involuntarily separate’ from any employees

Bahamas Telecommunications Company (BTC), in the midst of widespread rumors that it will have to lay off staff, denied in a statement that it is

Illegal immigration, gambling impeding national development, says speaker

Illegal immigration, gambling and the national debt are the three biggest impediments to national development, Speaker of the House of Assembly Halson Moultrie said. “I am

Chamber CEO: Privatization wouldn’t solve BPL’s troubles

Whether the privatization of Bahamas Power and Light (BPL) remains a priority for the Minnis administration, which made the pledge to do so in its

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LIFESTYLES

It was a side of The Bahamas many of them had never seen before, a trio of amazing destinations hidden

Graycliff Restaurant has once again received a Grand Award from Wine Spectator, an award which it has won since 1988

Some of the biggest names in the local music industry will take to the stage for a celebration of life

It’s summer – and one of the season’s most anticipated festivals kicks off for a month of frivolity, Bahamian style. Junkanoo

SPORTS

There is little room for error for Team Bahamas at the Little League Caribbean and Latin American Championships that is currently in progress in Willemstad, Curaçao. Over at Stadion Post

It has been a busy summer for Bahamian swimmers, and it’s about to get even busier, as four Bahamian swimmers will take part in the 18th

There was a doubleheader in the New Providence Softball Association (NPSA) ladies’ division on the Bankers Field at the Baillou Hills Sporting Complex on Saturday night, and it was the Sunshine

NATIONAL REVIEW

This summer, Bahamas Power and Light (BPL) has solidified itself as a national disgrace. New Providence was hit yesterday with an island-wide power outage following days

There is nothing surprising about the ongoing generation issues that plague Bahamas Power and Light (BPL) today. It is not an anomaly, as BPL Chairman Dr.

The Minnis administration missed a golden opportunity to remove Nassau Village member of Parliament Halson Moultrie as speaker of the House of Assembly in February