Fred Sturrup is currently in London, England for the Commonwealth Boxing Council’s (CBC) Annual General Meeting (AGM), at which time, he is expected to make proposals on behalf of the Bahamas Boxing Commission (BBC), which he currently chairs. During this time, The Nassau Guardian Sports
Bahamians are likely to see their banking experience become more expensive over the next few years, former Scotiabank Managing Director Barry Malcolm told Guardian Business, revealing that there are also likely to be alternative banking solutions available to Bahamians very soon that will compete with
The Bahamas must begin to build its tourism product around, and cater to, millennials, who will make up 50 percent of the traveling public by 2023, Tourism Minister Dionisio D'Aguilar said yesterday.
Speaking at the Abaco Business Outlook yesterday, D'Aguilar admonished the crowd in the room
CEO of the Bahamas Chamber of Commerce and Employers’ Confederation (BCCEC) Edison Sumner asserted the need for The Bahamas to turn information technology (IT) into an industry, which can provide economic benefits and attract international business to The Bahamas.
Speaking with Guardian Business recently, Sumner said
The Bahamas Mutual Evaluation Report (MER) July 2017, which was released earlier this week, states that the number of suspicious transaction reports (STRs) filed by financial institutions is limited, given the size of the financial sector and the diversity of activities. “More emphasis should be
Pineridge MP Frederick McAlpine yesterday defended comments he made in the House of Assembly on Wednesday, charging that he’s not “xenophobic or racist”.
“This is the Commonwealth of The Bahamas, not the United Nations,” said McAlpine outside the House.
“My party boasts about being liberal to
As the mother of an eight-year-old boy who was shot and killed on Monday screamed in the background, Prime Minister Dr. Hubert Minnis yesterday urged Bahamians to work together to fight the “hurricane of crime” that is impacting The Bahamas.
Eugene Woodside Jr. died after he
Minister of Public Works Desmond Bannister said yesterday he was “disgusted” by the leaks of personal information from Bahamas Power and Light (BPL) and the Water and Sewerage Corporation (WSC), which revealed outstanding bills from several former and at least one sitting parliamentarian.
“I think it
In a frank assessment of the state of affairs in the country, Court of Appeal President Dame Anita Allen said yesterday that murder suspects are often safer in prison.
Allen made her remarks on Thursday during an appeal against the refusal of bail for a man
Minister of State for the Public Service and National Insurance Brensil Rolle yesterday revealed the government’s payroll ballooned by $16.5 million in the last five months of the Christie administration’s term, which is $6.4 million more than the initial assessments revealed.
Speaking during the budget debate