Officers shot and injured an armed robbery suspect yesterday after he fired shots at them, police said.
According to police, a woman had just existed a business on Mount Rose Avenue shortly after 2 p.m. yesterday when she was approached by a male armed with a
The government is increasing the cost for permanent residence certificates and various work permit fees across the board effective July 1.
The increases are detailed in the Immigration (Fees) Amendment Regulations 2018, which were tabled in the House of Assembly last week.
In his 2018/2019 budget communication,
FML Group of Companies CEO Craig Flowers said yesterday that he feels “betrayed” by the Minnis administration after it announced that it was increasing value-added tax from 7.5 percent to 12 percent.
Flowers appeared on the Love 97 FM radio show “On Point” with host Wendall
A boating accident on Sunday night left one man dead and two others injured, police said.
Authorities said six people were traveling on a 20-foot Boston Whaler in waters near Arawak Cay when the boat hit a reef.
According to reports, five of the passengers, including an
Calling the 2018/2019 budget communication a disaster filled with inconsistencies, Opposition Leader Philip Brave Davis said yesterday the government’s fiscal agenda demonstrates the “incompetence” of the Minnis administration.
He branded the budget as nothing more than poor management. Davis insisted the government must makes changes.
“The government has
The opposition-led Public Accounts Committee (PAC) will probe all matters related to the Oban Energies project once Parliament has wrapped up the 2018/2019 budget debate set to begin next week, according to Progressive Liberal Party Leader (PLP) Philip Brave Davis.
According to Davis, the committee has
A few months ago Minister of National Security Marvin Dames told the country that only a quarter of police vehicles were fully working. Since coming to office the Minnis administration has had to order a new fleet so that officers would be able to do
Please indulge me for a few moments in addressing the recent budget communication in the House of Assembly.
This is no time for the Bahamian people to be swayed by the hyperbole and rhetoric of those politicians who know nothing of strong leadership, responsibility, transparency
In the past week, we have learned that VAT will increase and taxation on many industries, including but not limited to web shop gaming, will increase.
The previous government made web shop gaming legal against the stated will of the people as reflected in the