More than 20 people have been let go from the Grand Bahama Shipyard between July and November of this year, according to President of the Grand Bahama Port Authority Workers Union Mervin Wright.
Wright claimed yesterday that personnel have been fired in many instances without reason
The March 2017 timeline proposed by Chow Tai Fook Enterprises (CTFE) for the opening of rooms at the Baha Mar development is a plausible endeavor for construction crews, according to sources close to contractors at the restarted construction site.
Guardian Business revealed yesterday that the prospective
Carnival, in particular the Road Fever Parade, will go ahead as planned, even if government does not invest in Carnival 2017, President of the Bahamas Carnival Band Owners Association (BCBOA) Dario Tirelli told Guardian Business yesterday.
Tirelli was responding to claims by Labour Minister Shane Gibson
On a remote cay off Great Exuma sits a small luxury boutique hotel waiting to be explored.
Lumina Point, which officially opened at the end of November, features 12 rooms, a gym, spa, pool, restaurant and a pavilion for weddings and yoga overlooking its private beach.
Maria Wells-Rolle has joined the Coldwell Banker Lightbourn sales team in Abaco.
Based in Guana Cay, Wells-Rolle has a strong background in the real estate field, having worked in housing management with a pool of over 100 homes.
“Maria comes to us with an established background in
Web shop owners want action from officials
A “major underground cable fault” caused a complete meltdown of Bahamas Power and Light’s (BPL) operations on Tuesday night, resulting in an island-wide blackout that impacted residents and businesses throughout much of yesterday.
New Providence was plunged into darkness after 10 p.m. on Tuesday.
Power was restored
Progressive Liberal Party (PLP) Chairman Bradley Roberts said on Tuesday he has sent Speaker of the House of Assembly Dr. Kendal Major a letter pertaining to Major’s recent declaration that the PLP’s brand is damaged, but Roberts did not reveal the contents of the letter.
Police shot and killed a man shortly after 1 p.m. yesterday while conducting a major operation in Nassau Village.
The man killed was among a group of men wanted for questioning in connection with a series of crimes, including murder, rape and armed robbery, according to
Consulting Opthalmologist at Princess Margaret Hospital (PMH) Dr. John Rodgers yesterday defended Public Hospitals Authority (PHA) Managing Director Herbert Brown’s decision to appoint two foreign opthalmologists to the hospital’s eye department, despite the disapproval of former Chief of Medical Staff Dr. James Johnson and dozens