E-government can lend cachet to The Bahamas’ financial services industry, in some regards putting the sector on equal footing with key global players, according to an industry leader.
Critical will be the extent to which the Registrar General’s Department (RGD), particularly the companies registry, is able
Doctors Hospital is cautiously monitoring situations developing internationally to gauge how decisions made abroad will impact the country’s private medical business — a sector in critical need of revenue injections.
It comes as many business analysts await a vote by lawmakers on the U.S. debt ceiling
Bahamian swimmer breaks national record three times in best event
It was a long time in coming, but Bahamian veteran tennis player Mark Knowles finally has his first title of the year.Partnering with Belgian Xavier Malisse over the weekend, the third seeded duo took the doubles title at the Farmers Classic on Sunday, prevailing 7-6
More murders have happened in the first seven months of this year than during any other such period in the history of the modern Bahamas. Most of us, however, were still shocked by the news of the triple homicide that took place in southwestern New
Dear Editor,August 1 was Emancipation Day; it’s in commemoration of the Slavery Abolition Act of 1833 which ended slavery in the British Empire on August 01, 1834. We are free as God intended us to be.We are free to determine our personal and collective destinies.