Furthering Baha Mar’s commitment to environmental conservation, the integrated resort destination announced arrivals of Caribbean flamingos and the introduction of Chief Flamingo Officer, Stacy Spurlock. The exotic birds are inhabiting the resort’s Flamingo Cay, as part of the Baha Mar Ecological Aquatic Conservation Habitat Sanctuary
As part of its continued efforts to digitize key business processes and customer-related information, the Grand Bahama Port Authority (GBPA) has launched GBPA Library, a virtual document library of information relevant to the company, its licensees and the community.
The growing library, which currently holds over
Attorneys representing 177 shantytown residents yesterday accused the government of breaching an injunction that blocks it from demolishing shantytowns in New Providence and threatened to move to have the prime minister, the minister of labor, the minister of public works and the attorney general cited for
Former Public Hospitals Authority (PHA) Managing Director Herbert Brown recommended last year that the Ministry of Health seek legal advice from the Office of the Attorney General regarding the possible awarding of a contract to Magic Touch Cleaning Company, a company owned by Smith’s accuser,
While there was an improved performance in the Bahamas Junior Certificate (BJC) examinations this year compared to the previous years, students continued to perform poorly in the Bahamas General Certificate of Secondary Education (BGCSE) with fewer students earning the top grades. This trend was also observed
The “massive fail” that is the government’s new tax policy for the gaming industry will likely throw off the government’s three-year plan and its revenue projections, but the Minnis administration has no one to blame but itself, said Shadow Minister of Finance Chester Cooper yesterday.
Cooper also insisted
Bahamas Electrical Workers Union (BEWU) President Paul Maynard yesterday threatened a “work stoppage” if the government does not immediately explain why “several dozen foreign workers”, who Maynard claims were engaged by Bahamas Power and Light (BPL) from BWSC Denmark Power Plant, were brought in to
The attorney for a man who was charged with murder said yesterday that his client is in fear for his life because his alleged victims are either working or being detained at the Bahamas Department of Correctional Services.
Rodman Knowles, 20, was charged yesterday with the
The ongoing repairs at some of the schools throughout the country will not interfere with students’ learning, said Minister of Education Jeffrey Lloyd yesterday.
Lloyd toured nine schools throughout the morning.
“Yes, there are still things to be done, but listen, nothing is interfering with the opening
Schools are open across the country. Thousands of children are back in classrooms being taught by teachers in our public and private systems.
Many parents spent the past few weeks focused on purchasing items for their children to go back to school.
It is admirable that so