The 2017 Ballin By Da Beach Basketball Camp continued yesterday at the Kendal G.L. Isaacs National Gymnasium.
It was a special day for the campers yesterday as both Dr. Simeon Hinsey, from the iYES Foundation, and Dr. Monique Hinsey, from Global College Access (GCA), stopped by
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Michael Maura will ask both agencies to give new govt time to work out economic plan
While it has one of the highest import bills in the Caribbean, an Inter-American Development Bank (IDB) report revealed that The Bahamas exports only $4 million in goods.
The report, titled “Caribbean Region Quarterly Bulletin: Commodities in the Caribbean”, states that the country’s dependence on fossil
Owner of SuperClubs Breezes Bahamas John Issa said yesterday that growing the hotel industry should be high on the government’s agenda, adding that “much greater” attention should be given to hotels as opposed to the cruise ship industry.
Speaking to reporters at the all-inclusive resort, Issa
Minister of Financial Services, Trade and Industry and Immigration Brent Symonette, suggested yesterday that The Bahamas still has a lot of work to do before joining the World Trade Organization (WTO), even suggesting that the country will have to hold off on making a full
Minister of Financial Services Brent Symonette said yesterday there are more “shocks to come” regarding various government agencies, however, he gave no specifics on what the shocks were in relation to.
“The election was May 10,” Symonette said outside of the Bahamas Chamber of Commerce and
Prime Minister Dr. Hubert Minnis yesterday indicated that the government has no intention of “interfering” with Baha Mar.
Speaking shortly before the House of Assembly sitting began, Minnis told The Nassau Guardian, “We will follow the law. We are a law-abiding government. We, like the Bahamian
Prime Minister Dr. Hubert Minnis met with former Baha Mar developer Sarkis Izmirlian last week.
The meeting came ahead of Sunday's release by Izmirlian, calling on the government to intervene and put a moratorium on the Baha Mar sale.
It is unclear, however, whether the prime minister