Opening batsman Jack Ganpat scored 63 runs to lead the Lions to a 52-run victory over the Western cricket team on Saturday afternoon in the Bahamas Cricket Association’s (BCA) T20 League at Haynes Oval.
After winning the toss, the Lions elected to bat first.
This turned out to be a
Former Minister of Financial Services and former World Trade Organization (WTO) negotiator under the Progressive Liberal Party (PLP) Ryan Pinder said he is not sure The Bahamas can withstand the initial shock of joining the WTO to benefit from prolonged growth as a result of
The government is moving forward with its plan to renovate the Grand Lucayan resort by issuing several requests for tender to refurbish various parts of the Freeport property.
Qualified Bahamian vendors are being solicited to bid on the roof refurbishment of the Lighthouse Pointe buildings; the
After a year of growth in 2018, the Bahamian economy is expected to lose its momentum incrementally over the near and medium term, with inflation following the same trend.
While The Bahamas’ economy was bolstered this year with real growth forecast at 2.3 percent, government’s Fiscal
This country’s investment policy has left its “openness” at a three, out of a 10-tiered scale, Ramesh Chaitoo, of global forecasting and quantitative analysis firm Oxford Economics, said yesterday during a Bahamas Chamber of Commerce and Employers’ Confederation (BCCEC) power breakfast.
Chaitoo, who participated in a
There was a shutdown of the majority of services at Princess Margaret Hospital (PMH) yesterday following the withdrawal of services by more than 100 senior physicians throughout The Bahamas.
The Public Hospital Authority (PHA) said yesterday that PMH had activated its Emergency Operations Centre.
“The public is further advised
As the country faces a potential public healthcare shutdown, Bahamas Doctors Union (BDU) President Dr. Melisande Bassett revealed yesterday that junior physicians intend to take a strike vote.
“We have made [an] application with the Department of Labour, [but] there have been some hiccups with that,”
As several unions throughout the country threaten industrial action, Director of Labour John Pinder said yesterday that while he is concerned about the state of labor in the country, he believes that some of the unions are just “flexing their muscles”.
In recent weeks, members of the Bahamas
Bahamas Union of Teachers (BUT) Acting President Joan Knowles-Turnquest said yesterday that teachers at C.H. Reeves Junior High School have applied to take a strike vote over the “substandard” conditions at the school.
“Consequently, the BUT wishes to advise that upon the request of the members