Mother of two diagnosed with acute myeloid leukemia in need of bone marrow transplant
Ankle sprains are the most frequent musculoskeletal injury seen by primary care physicians. It is estimated that thousands of people around the world on a daily basis require medical care for ankle sprains of the ankle joint, which is made up of three bones held
Criticizing the PLP for permitting Kerzner International to take on a $2.5 billion mortgage in 2006 is “foolishness”, according to the chairman of Arawak Homes. Franklyn Wilson said Prime Minister Hubert Ingraham’s recent comments in Freeport are misguided because it fails to take into account the
Thousands of dollars in merchandise and layoffs are now issues that face several small businesses who operated out of the Robin Hood store on the Tonique Williams-Darling Highway. Last week the retailer’s president Sandy Schaefer announced the store is closing after the business lost millions with
The market is being solidified and it should deepen and broaden over time, according to the CEO of the Bahamas International Securities Exchange (BISX). Keith Davies shared with Guardian Business that BISX experienced some market activity towards the end of 2011. He noted that BISX’s name has
The Cultural Center at the Inter-American Development Bank (IDB) has extended the deadline to apply for grants worth up to $10,000. The program, geared towards nations in Latin America and the Caribbean, has received a disappointing number of applications from The Bahamas. The new deadline, set
Resorts and hoteliers are pumping more cash into marketing, advertising and promotions in 2012 in an effort to keep the forward momentum going. “There is no letting up on the promotions in terms of investment,” said David Johnson, the director general at the Ministry of Tourism.