Bahamas Power and Light (BPL) will spend $180,000 to have Canadian company Sancon Commissioning conduct an equipment assessment of the transmission and distribution systems, according to BPL Chairman Darnell Osborne.
Speaking to The Nassau Guardian on the assessment that will take place next month, Osborne said
A man has asked the Court of Appeal to halt his fraud prosecution for allegedly submitting fake credentials to be called to the Bahamas Bar in 2013.
Disbarment proceedings in The Bahamas and the United Kingdom were commenced against Shavon Bethel after it was revealed Bethel’s
Education Minister Jeffrey Lloyd said yesterday the government has started paying teachers monies owed to them, but was unable to indicate how much is still owed.
Last week, Bahamas Union of Teachers (BUT) President Belinda Wilson said “several hundred teachers are owed millions of dollars”.
The Central Bank of The Bahamas (CBOB) expects economic growth to “trend mildly positive over the near term” thanks to a construction sector “buoyed by foreign direct investment projects” and hurricane rebuilding efforts. The bank, in its Monthly Economic and Financial Developments (MEFD) report for
The Central Bank of The Bahamas (CBOB) expects a “mild”, positive shift in the tourism sector in the short term, even as it continues to post waning tourism numbers for 2017 sparked in part by the passage of Hurricane Irma. CBOB also expects employment levels to
Aliv continues to record growth with more than 80,000 subscribers as it hits its one year anniversary next weekend, Chief Aliv Officer Damian Blackburn told Guardian Business yesterday, adding that the company has been porting “thousands” of numbers over to its network from Bahamas Telecommunications
Grand Bahama ranks “subpar” as a destination and requires “immediate attention”, according to Derek Newbold, senior manager of business development for the Grand Bahama Port Authority, Limited (GBPA) and Invest Grand Bahama (IGB), who said this is the sentiment of cruise lines that frequently come
With recent concerns being voiced about web shops carrying out some functions of commercial banks, Governor of The Central Bank of The Bahamas John Rolle indicated that it is important for the “right systems” to be in place in order to monitor the activities of
The status of Rev. Dr. Phillip McPhee’s PM Thunderbird regarding its participation in major regattas around the country is still up in the air.
The boat was banned from participation in the Sir Durward Knowles 100 Regatta in the waters of Montagu Bay this past weekend,
The FOCOL Jr. Tennis Championships were held at the YMCA in Freeport, Grand Bahama, this past weekend. Team Brajaxba won five singles titles, one doubles title, and additionally, had one singles finalist and two doubles finalists.
Jacobi Bain won the boys 16s and 18s singles titles,