A crime spree that was carried out during the Boxing Day Junkanoo Parade prompted police officials to warn residents and motorists to tighten up their security measures ahead of the New Year's Junkanoo festivities.
During the last parade the vehicles of scores of persons were
CEO and Executive Director of the Bahamas Financial Services Board(BFSB)Wendy Warren toldGuardian Businessyesterday that the March 20th achievement of full compliance with the G20/Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development's(OECD's)standard on Transparency and Cooperation in Tax Matters could be used as a marker to segment the board's
The year in politics was dominated by the decisions of two politicians regarding their political futures. One chose to leave his party and resign his seat in Parliament, leading to the first by-election in 13 years. The other decided to seek a fourth term as
The construction sector of The Bahamas will see an upsurge in 2011, according to Bahamian Contractors Association(BCA)President Stephen Wrinkle, as new projects break ground, muti-year projects tarry on, and old projects deplete their budgets and cut their ribbons.
Wrinkle toldThe Nassau Guardianyesterday that all signs
The appointment of a director of after-school sports(Evan Wisdom)by the Ministry of Education evolved out of a brilliant idea, offered by former Sports Minister Desmond Bannister.
When he first took over the new portfolio as Minister of Education, one of his priorities was to better
A deadly twister ripped through the Freeport Container Port on March 29, killing three workers and causing significant damage.
A second twister, which touched down in the Lucaya area, damaged homes, uprooted trees and frightened residents. The tornado that hit the Freeport Container Port tossed
An entrepreneur's ultimate goal is to find a successful model that couples longevity with profitability, and Monique Cargill accomplished that with her one of her best business ideas, Brandon's Deli.
The deli-style eatery was created in 2001 and it was named after her son, who
City Market is wrapping up 2010 with new measures in place to grow its customer base back to earlier levels. One of those changes is a readjustment of its sales projections for 2011, said new CEO Mark Finlayson.
"Sales wise, the goal has come down,"said Finlayson,
A house that was amid the shanty town impacted by fire on Boxing Day was found to have a legal electrical hookup, according to the Bahamas Electricity Corporation's(BEC)public relations officer Arnette Wilson-Ingraham. The structure is not suspected to be the source of the fire.
A local ice company has benefited from the amount of holiday festivities during the last two weeks of the year, with its executive saying the company has experienced a 10 percent rise in sales in 2010 compared to 2009.
General Manager of Chilly Willy Ice