The Association of Bahamas Marinas notes with sadness the passing of Sir Durward Knowles.
Sir Durward, who recently became an honorary member of the ABM’s Voyager program for boaters, was known to his fellow Bahamians as the “Sea Wolf”. He was taught to sail at a
The HOYTES (Helping Our Youth Through Education and Sports) Geneva Rutherford Girls Invitational Basketball Tournament is now a distinguished part of the Bahamian sports landscape.
Minister of Youth, Sports and Culture Michael Pintard, a presence at the beginning and ending of the tournament, clearly is delighted
Government “fully” expects to meet its financial targets, especially with respect to the country’s deficit, Deputy Prime Minister Peter Turnquest told Guardian Business yesterday, after Moody’s released an update on The Bahamas in which it projects government will miss its deficit target.
Moody’s stipulated in its
Deputy Prime Minister Peter Turnquest said this country can look forward to an improved perception of corruption with his government’s “new spirit of openness and transparency” after The Bahamas dropped one notch on Transparency International’s Corruption Perception Index.
Turnquest said it is likely that high-profile corruption
The Central Bank of The Bahamas (CBOB) is looking at reforming financial institutions’ “due diligence requirements for account opening and provision of financial services institutions” by simplifying certain processes.
According to a press release issued by CBOB, it has released a consultation paper on the proposed
Nassau Airport Development Company (NAD) has seen great interest in companies hoping to set up retail space in the U.S. departures terminal within the Lynden Pindling International Airport (LPIA), as moves to expand non-aeronautical revenues take off.
NAD Vice President of Marketing and Communications Jan Knowles
Domino’s Bahamas is serving up big laughs with the launch of its new Cheesy Weddings marketing campaign. The company released the “boy meets girl” romantic tale on Valentine’s Day. It features an all-Bahamian cast and crew including popular online comedian Timico “Sawyer Boy” Sawyer and
Having reviewed the latest draft of the amended Sexual Offences Act, members of the Bahamas Christian Council will vote today on what position to take as a body on the proposed legislation that seeks to criminalize marital rape in The Bahamas.
Attorney General Carl Bethel sent
The extortion case of former PLP Senator Frank Smith was hit by another delay yesterday after prosecutors proposed to introduce new evidence.
Smith is accused of extorting $60,000 from Barbara Hanna, owner of Magic Touch Cleaning Company, after he allegedly assisted her in obtaining a contract
Human Rights Bahamas President Fred Smith yesterday congratulated Prime Minister Dr. Hubert Minnis on his recent meetings with Haitian President Jovenel Moise, and said he, too, would like to meet with the Haitian head of state to persuade him to refuse to allow the government