The Free National Movement(FNM)in a statement released yesterday lambasted the Progressive Liberal Party(PLP), claiming that the party has an abysmal record of infrastructural development and calling its stalled ideas during its time in office mere"hallucinations."
The FNM charged that the PLP in its five years
Getting the best medical treatment for her sick son motivated career civil servant Lynnith Braynen to request a posting at the Bahamas consulate in Miami in 2009.
Now a judge will decide whether she remains there. Mrs. Braynen's son, five-year-old Tyrone, has cerebral palsy spastic
Police had a busy weekend investigating several shootings, robberies, stabbings and even some obscure happenings.
Police in Hatchet Bay, Eleuthera were called to the scene of an electrocution on Saturday morning, where a 71-year-old man digging a hole in his yard struck an underground cable
A leading real estate broker says a new chapter in Bahamian economics is unfolding.
"We have always said that tourism is the engine that powers the economy, followed by financial services and in a distant third, agriculture and fisheries,"said Mario Carey, President and CEO of
Time management is essential to successfully organize and manage your life…which by the way may be considered as a project. Time management includes knowledge of how to properly define the activities, sequence the activities, estimate activity resources, estimate activity duration and develop a project schedule.
Savings of $7 million resulting from the new U.S. departures terminal coming in under budget will go a long way in reducing the need for additional airport fee increases. The industry has seen fees increase nearly 20 percent in the last three years.
The Judicial and Legal Services Commission has appointed a new magistrate to preside over the Gun Court,The Guardiancan reveal.
Joyann Ferguson-Pratt, a former chief counsel in the Office of the Attorney General, begins sitting today in Court Number 9, Nassau Street, the chambers previously occupied
Trans-Island Traders'announced plan to take control of AML Foods is off the table, but a turf war between City Market and Solomon's Super Centers is on the horizon.
The board of Associated Bahamian Distillers and Brewers Ltd.(ABDAB)came out of Thursday's board meeting excited about a
A dramatic 63 percent year-on-year increase in loan loss impairment took$12 million from FirstCaribbean International Bank Bahamas'(FCIB)bottom line, resulting in a net income loss of 21 percent for its fiscal year ended October 31, 2010.
The bank still posted net income of$61.9 million and an
Bahamas Communications and Public Officers Union(BCPOU)President Bernard Evans said yesterday that his members are more united in the fight against the sale of 51 percent of the Bahamas Telecommunications Company(BTC)to Cable and Wireless Communications(CWC)as a result of BTC's decision to cut their pay for engaging