When I was a wee bit younger I definitely took part in conversations about older people, saying ‘Why don’t these old people retire and give us young folks a chance; all they doing is stopping our growth and advancement!’
Now that I have almost reached the
The majority of beneficiaries of the National Health Insurance (NHI) initial primary care benefits package are satisfied with the healthcare provided to them, according to the results of a recent survey conducted by the National Health Insurance Authority (NHIA).
The patient satisfaction survey, which polled 5,122
As the government is forced to do away with the systems that may have once made this financial jurisdiction attractive to international business companies (IBCs), it now has to evaluate new tax regimes in order to broaden the base that could be eroded as a
The Caribbean Blockchain Alliance (CBA) hopes to build a cohort of blockchain developers in The Bahamas, considering that blockchain will be one of the most important technological tools in the near future.
Founder of CBA Stefen Deleveaux said in a press release announcing an Inter-American Development
The Bahamas will find out on December 11 if the bills tabled in Parliament on Wednesday, along with recently implemented policies, are enough to remain off the European Union’s (EU) blacklist of non-cooperative jurisdictions for tax purposes.
On Wednesday, the government tabled the Removal of Preferential
As the country endures a third day of the withdrawal of services by senior physicians, the Public Hospitals Authority (PHA) and the Consultant Physicians Staff Association (CPSA) remain at an impasse with no progress in their negotiations.
The PHA and the CPSA met yesterday morning.
Prime Minister Dr. Hubert Minnis said he and Centreville MP Reece Chipman “speak with one voice” in spite of Chipman’s recent criticism of government policy.
Speaking at a town hall meeting for the Over-the-Hill Initiative in Bains and Grants Town on Wednesday night, Minnis said, “I’m
Amid escalating labor tensions, Prime Minister Dr. Hubert Minnis has scheduled a meeting with all labor union heads at his office on Monday.
The meeting is a bid to address their many concerns, which have resulted in threats of industrial action across the country.
Labour Minister Dion Foulkes
The Nassau Guardian has promoted Travis Cartwright-Carroll to assistant news editor.
The promotion takes effect December 1.
“Travis is one of the talented young people in news in The Bahamas. He has demonstrated commitment to the organization and the intelligence and tenacity to succeed in his new