A plan to introduce metered parking and remove the transit of jitneys on Bay Street and Shirley Street has been formulated to reduce traffic and improve commerce in the city center, however Managing Director of the Downtown Nassau Partnership (DNP) Ed Fields said yesterday that funding
The Department of Labour, after hosting seven successful “Labour on the Blocks” job fairs, is preparing to host another on Saturday.
The next event will be held at C.V. Bethel High School (East Street South) and will include the constituencies of Bamboo Town, Pinewood, South Beach, Garden
This past week I spent time in Austin, Texas with a room filled with entrepreneurs and executives at a business accelerator event. During the sessions, a large portion of the weekend was focused on new sales strategies as some of the attendees admitted their challenges
Speaker of the House of Assembly Halson Moultrie yesterday recommended several parliamentary and constitutional amendments, including reforming the powers and role of the attorney general, whom he said has an “adulterous relationship” with the Parliament as being its sole legal advisor.
Moultrie also raised concerns over
Junior physicians demonstrated in front of Princess Margaret Hospital (PMH) yesterday, claiming they are being ill-treated and that they are being denied certain key benefits.
“The government of The Bahamas has consistently shown its utter disregard for the worth of junior physicians,” the Bahamas Doctors Union(BDU)
The government yesterday tabled in Parliament the resolution and purchase and sales agreement for its $65 million acquisition of the Grand Lucayan Resort in Freeport, detailing even more costs the government must bear for taking on the struggling property.
While Prime Minister Dr. Hubert Minnis was
The government yesterday tabled its much-touted Fiscal Responsibility Bill 2018, the instrument it hopes will drive down deficits to meet its stated target of 50 percent debt-to-GDP over the long term.
The government is supposed to identify this target in the Fiscal Strategy Report included in
The government is seeking to criminalize the use of cell phones and other electronic communication devices while driving, along with making it illegal to drive with open alcoholic beverages.
The Road Traffic (Amendment) Bill, 2018 was tabled in the House of Assembly yesterday.
It specifies that “use”
Prime Minister Dr. Hubert Minnis expressed disappointment yesterday that debate on a resolution to borrow $35 million from Hutchinson Lucaya Limited and Bahama Reef Limited to facilitate its purchase of the Grand Lucayan resort was delayed until today.
Minnis was also expected to deliver a communication yesterday, which
The government tabled the Road Traffic (Amendment) Bill, 2018 in the House of Assembly yesterday. It seeks to criminalize the use of cell phones and other electronic communication devices while driving, along with making it illegal to drive with open alcoholic beverages.
It specifies that “use”