UNIVERSITY PARK, Illinois – The University of The Bahamas (UB) Mingoes men’s basketball team lost both of its games at the Governors State University Jaguars Tip Off Classic at University Park, Illinois, USA, over the weekend.
UB Head Coach Bacchus Rolle said that despite the two loses
The philosophy that is to guide the sports ministry, collectively, is transparency and an adherence to the conditions by which financial assistance is given, sports infrastructure is put in place and maintained, the Subvention Program is operated and quasi-government sports entities and independent federations/associations are
The government collected just shy of $200 million in value-added tax (VAT) in the first quarter of this fiscal year, according to the government’s budgetary performance paper released today.
In the “First Quarter Snapshot on Budgetary Performance” compiled by the Ministry of Finance, the document said
With the United Kingdom government adding The Bahamas to the list of foreign jurisdictions that pose a greater risk due to deficiencies in anti-money laundering regimes, UK firms will be required to undertake greater due diligence when dealing with Bahamian entities and clients, according to a HM Treasury Advisory.
A wide majority of Bahamians surveyed about the possibility of a legalized marijuana industry think it should be reserved exclusively for Bahamians.
Research firm Public Domain polled 998 Bahamian households by phone in August to determine the level of support for a medical marijuana industry in
Scores of nurses protested outside Princess Margaret Hospital (PMH) yesterday, railing against a new shift system announced by the Public Hospitals Authority (PHA) last week.
The Bahamas Nurses Union (BNU) is taking issue with two key elements of the new system: Firstly, it believes the $1.75
The Public Hospitals Authority (PHA) yesterday warned that healthcare services throughout The Bahamas may be interrupted until Wednesday as a result of nurses demonstrating.
“The Ministry of Health wishes to advise the public that there may be interruption of services at our public health facilities, namely
Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Finance Peter Turnquest said yesterday the government is on track to meet its fiscal targets and reduce the annual deficit.
The government released a report on the budgetary performance of the country for the first quarter of the fiscal year
An Abaco woman accused of stealing thousands of taxpayer dollars and cooking the books to cover her tracks was yesterday remanded to prison.
Breanna Symonette, 28, of Dundas Town, Abaco, who was responsible for collecting value-added tax (VAT) payments as a cashier at the Department of