Kindly permit me to share my observations on the much heralded Kerzner International fiasco and our prime minister’s position in connection with the same.
We note that Prime Minister Hubert Ingraham is up to his old tricks again, playing the blame game as usual. He
The NB12 evening news program reported a story on January 26, 2012 about a mother who received a notice of eviction to leave her home. The mother of three said that her home business was robbed several times, the most severe one happening
The early months of a new year usually see a dry spell in the performing arts in The Bahamas, but a new and unusual adaptation of Shakespeare’s “Othello” hopes to change that.
Shakespeare in Paradise is presenting the performance from Yellowtale Theatre Co. and Nuffield Theatre
It’s hard to miss when zooming by in cars, but tucked away into the side of the slope at #25 Cumberland Street of downtown Nassau in the midst of abandoned and dilapidated structures is the newly renovated Hillside House.
Once destroyed by fire and abandoned itself,
Nicolette Bethel publishes latest book digitally
A group of Bahamian physicians are building a hospital in Fort Charlotte, with the intent of carving out a niche of specialized services for local and international patients.
The Renaissance Harbour View Pavilion, sounding more like a resort than a hospital, plans to invest $5 million
Senior lenders in Kerzner International’s $2.6 billion mortgage debt have appointed Wells Fargo as special servicer to the loan despite its role in an alleged “sweetheart deal” to seize Atlantis.
The move could indicate an improved relationship between the parties.
Earlier this month, a group of senior
President of Robin Hood eyes community partnership, possibly with the church, to establish new supermarket brand
A wind power company has built a test facility in Eleuthera to show its financiers that technology will pay dividends in the Family Islands.
Eleuthera Wind Power Ltd., a joint venture between WINSO Company Limited and Schneider Power Caribbean, has just completed the first phase of
Thousands of insurance policy holders pay their premiums so that loved ones are taken care of once they pass on.
It may seem like a straightforward concept, but there continues to be a large number of beneficiaries that unfortunately never get a penny of what is