The survival of the financial services industry depends partly upon managing the risks associated with financial technology (fintech) while properly legislating, regulating and reaping the benefits of that technology, Minister of Financial Services and Immigration Brent Symonette said yesterday.
Symonette, who was speaking at the Bahamas
On the first day of Pollution Prevention Week yesterday, Sandals Resorts International (SRI) announced that all 19 Sandals and Beaches Resorts across seven Caribbean islands – Jamaica, The Bahamas, St. Lucia, Antigua, Grenada, Barbados and Turks & Caicos – will eliminate the 21,490,800 single-use plastic
The government will pay Hutchison Lucaya Limited (HLL) over $1 million to cover the operational losses of the Lighthouse Pointe as part of its purchase of the Grand Lucayan resort in Freeport, according to documents obtained by The Nassau Guardian that facilitate the government guarantee
The man accused of the murder and armed robbery of a police inspector outside of his son’s school claimed yesterday he fears for his safety.
Security was tight at the South Street Magistrate’s Court Complex as Timothy Cole, 48, was charged with the September 12 armed
Prime Minister Dr. Hubert Minnis yesterday sounded the alarm over the illegal hiring of migrants and warned that Bahamians doing so will be prosecuted and permanent residents doing so will have their residency revoked.
While addressing the National Skills Symposium at the National Training Agency, Minnis pointed to
Prime Minister Dr. Hubert Minnis yesterday urged Bahamian families to “get involved” in the war against crime.
Minnis’ comments follow the murder of Inspector Carlis Blatch, aide-de-camp to the governor general, who was gunned down in front of his teenage daughter, just a few feet away from H.
Amidst ongoing criticisms of Bahamas Power and Light (BPL), Prime Minister Dr. Hubert Minnis yesterday reiterated his faith in Public Works Minister Desmond Bannister and dismissed criticisms from the opposition that the minister is out of his depth in efforts to bring resolution to ongoing woes faced
The government is expected to table bills to implement a fixed election date and a term limit for prime minister, in the next two weeks, Prime Minister Dr. Hubert Minnis said yesterday.
“I won’t go into details yet, as we are going to deal with the
While the timeline remains unclear on when Bahamas Power and Light (BPL) could secure a deal with Shell North America, BPL Chairman Dr. Donovan Moxey said yesterday that discussions are progressing positively and the board is working diligently to see the agreement come to fruition.
A security guard who rejoiced over the murder of a policeman and threatened to kill another officer in a Facebook post was yesterday jailed for one year after he failed to pay a $3,500 fine.
Jermaine Rahming, 36, of Bernard Road, pleaded guilty to a charge