Chairman of the Sir Victor Sassoon (Bahamas) Heart Foundation R.E. Barnes said he does not suspect well-established charities would have difficulty complying with the recently passed Non-Profit Organization Bill, 2018.
The bill was passed in the House of Assembly on Wednesday as part of a compendium
Christmas trees wrapped and ready for sale.
Bahamians shopping for a fresh Christmas tree this year may experience a bit of sticker shock, given the increase in the price of the holiday staple.
Prince Albury, who is the owner of Albury’s Christmas Trees and has been selling Christmas trees for 35 years, said
Government is interested in understanding how it can help to get more local firms involved in the building processes of projects brought to The Bahamas by foreign investors.
Minister of Financial Services, Trade and Immigration Brent Symonette, who was the closing speaker at the Bahamas Engineers Architects
Adam Carter (right), managing director head for investment banking, CIBC FirstCaribbean, moderates a panel discussion among industry and country leaders at CARIF 2018.
Now in its third year, Caribbean Infrastructure Forum (CARIF 2018) once again brought together policy-makers and developers, to exchange views on the financing and construction of world-class infrastructure projects throughout the Caribbean. The interactive forum took place at the Baha Mar Convention Center on December
A local store is putting a new spin on the age-old habit of decorating and buying for the holidays – for every bauble or candle, dining room table or tablecloth runner a customer buys at Sandyport’s Oasis Furniture on Saturday the store will donate a
Members of the Bahamas Doctors Union and the Consultant Physicians Staff Association during a meeting last month. TORRELL GLINTON
After more than a week of industrial action, members of the Consultant Physicians Staff Association (CPSA) will return to full duties effective immediately, Treasurer of the CPSA Dr. John Dillett announced today.
“The CPSA has reached a tentative agreement in principle with the government of The
The 2018 Nobel laureates in Physiology or Medicine Tasuko Honjo attends a press conference with James P. Allison at the Karolinska Institutet, Stockholm, Sweden, Thursday Dec. 6, 2018. AP
STOCKHOLM (AP) — The winners of this year's Nobel Prize for Medicine say they expect substantial advances toward treating cancer in the next several decades although they say it's unlikely the disease could be eradicated.
James Allison of the United States and Tasuku Honjo of Japan
Minister Tanya Duncombe.
Considering the state of the country, the leadership team members at Shekinah Family Word Center feel there is dire need for genuine and authentic encounters with God, and as such will host the Glory Seekers Worship Experience – a night they say will be dedicated
Vanessa Clarke releases new
single “Plead my Cause” featuring Shaback. Song inspired by Psalm 35.
Two days before she left Grand Bahama to record her new single, Vanessa Clarke slipped and fell. As she fell, she screamed, “No, no, no!” The only thing on her mind was being able to get on the plane to New Providence to record her
There are many people who are being abused in their relationships but who are not aware what abuse is. In the same way, some people are abusive and think they are not being abusive.
Too many intimate partners are unhappy because their self-esteem and pride have