Prime Minister Hubert Ingraham said yesterday conservation measures will likely have to be put in place as rising oil prices threaten to drive up the cost of gas and basic commodities.
"Domestic inflation remained benign in 2010, despite the moderate uptick in international oil and
Olympic softball player, American Cyrstl'The Big Bruiser'Bustos, went'back-to-the-basics'with young female softball players in New Providence yesterday, teaching the group how important fundamentals are in any sport.
The two-time Olympic gold medalist, along with several other coaches and international players, were a part of a one-day
A police officer accused of raping a woman while on duty told a jury that the accusations had brought his life to an"abrupt halt."
Yesterday the jurors allowed Constable 2146 Daniel Smith to get on with his life by acquitting him of the rape of
Hundreds of protestors fought with police on Bay Street yesterday during a demonstration against the sale of a majority stake in the Bahamas Telecommunications Company(BTC) to Cable and Wireless Communications(CWC).
A series of clashes occurred as the demonstrators forcefully removed barricades the police had set up
Motor vehicle duty revenues are$556,000 over initial projections for the first six months of the government's 2010-2011 fiscal year.
Operations Manager and Director at Nassau Motors Company(NMC)Rick Lowe toldGuardian Businessyesterday that a number of factors could have contributed to the government being ahead in its
You see it everyday. People dressed in rags haunting the same spots on the side of the road, often alone but sometimes with their families. You may be one of the many who quickly turn up their windows and look the other way as the
Tens of millions of dollars is being reallocated among government agencies in the closing months of the 2010/2011 fiscal year, according to Prime Minister Hubert Ingraham, who announced yesterday that his administration will not spend more than was budgeted for the year.
Instead, the government
The prime minister and minister of finance has presented to Parliament a statement on the fiscal affairs of the country for the six month period ending 31st December, 2010. It seems clear that the country is still being severely challenged on the fiscal front and
Mum may be the word from both AML and City Markets following the suspension of trading in AML's shares, with the companies cautioned about the information they release.
Chairman of the Securities Commission Phillip Stubbs confirmed toGuardian Businessyesterday that the companies were warned to be"circumspect"on City Market's
The Securities Commission of The Bahamas(SCB)has announced that it will investigate whether a provision of the Securities Industry Act(SIA)1999 was breached in the media battle which followed Trans-Island Traders'announcement of a tender offer to take control of AML Foods.
A source close to one of