The cost of living continues to rise for Bahamians as reflected in the most recent Quarterly Economic Review (QER) released by The Central Bank of The Bahamas (CBOB), which showed a 1.2 percent increase in the average Retail Price Index, surpassing the modest 0.5 percent
The Bahamas’ tourism industry has been experiencing marked success during the first several months of the year, and according to the latest data from The Central Bank of The Bahamas, the Family Islands are showing a significant uptick in visitor arrivals.
According to the Central Bank’s
Samsung will officially launch its Galaxy Note 9 in The Bahamas tomorrow. The smartphone offers top privacy and security features that Bahamians will need as the country moves further into digital banking and digital payment services, according to Samsung’s Mobile Innovations Manager Terry Weech.
Weech said Samsung’s newest
Boomerang Air Charter has announced that in addition to ‘on demand’ flights to The Bahamas, the Central Florida-based air charter company will begin promoting ‘by the seat’ flights to Marsh Harbour. Beginning April 2019, Boomerang will offer single seats to Marsh Harbour. Reservations are being
NEW YORK CITY – Prime Minister Dr. Hubert A. Minnis, accompanied by the Minister of State for Grand Bahama Kwasi Thompson and Viana Gardiner, chief operating officer, Prime Minister’s Delivery Unit, attended the 2018 Bloomberg Global Business Forum hosted by Michael R. Bloomberg, founder of Bloomberg L.
Disney Cruise Line already has an agreement for purchase with the current owner of the Lighthouse Point property in South Eleuthera for a nearly half a billion dollar cruise port development, according to Disney Cruise Line President Jeff Vahle.
“We are ready to go,” said Vahle,
Disney Cruise Line Vice President of Public Affairs & Communications Kim Prunty said yesterday that Disney looked at two other properties throughout The Bahamas before ultimately deciding on Lighthouse Point in South Eleuthera for a new cruise port development.
Disney is seeking approval from the government to develop
Inspector Carlis Blatch, aide-de-camp to Governor General Dame Marguerite Pindling, was remembered yesterday as a promising professional, a loving and attentive father and a servant of God, who walked with a high standard of principles, during a somber full military funeral service at Church of
The captain of a Haitian sloop that was used to smuggle 23 pounds of cocaine into the country was yesterday jailed for five years after admitting four drug-related charges.
Terry Nacius, 39, of La Tortue, Haiti, pleaded guilty to charges of possession of dangerous drugs with
The Water and Sewerage Corporation (WSC) will execute an “aggressive, mass disconnection” exercise next week in New Providence and in a number of Family Islands as the cash-strapped, state-owned water provider seeks to recoup the approximately $45 million owed by delinquent account holders, according to WSC