The entrance to the headquarters of the World Trade Organization in Geneva, Switzerland.
A group called Bahamians Against World Trade Organization (WTO) intends to publish its own position paper on what they believe will be the adverse impact of the Bahamas becoming a member of the WTO.
Fayne Thompson, a member of the group, said there are Bahamians opposed
MSC Cruises will welcome its first guests to Ocean Cay Marine Reserve this November. The company continues to transform the private island destination – a former industrial sand extraction site – in order to accommodate almost 400,000 cruise passengers annually.
A press release from MSC explained
The Central Bank of The Bahamas.
The Central Bank of The Bahamas (CBOB) announced yesterday that it has invited Italian-based CRIF S.p.A. (CRIF) to apply for the license to establish and operate The Bahamas’ credit bureau.
The company was chosen over two other qualified firms that also submitted proposals to the Central
According to U.S. News and World Report, by the second week of February, 80 percent of resolutioners have abandoned their goals.
Unfortunately, most of these goals fail because the focus is on the wrong thing. Few people are unaware of the process of manifestation. Made popular
Minister of Social Services Frankie Campbell last night apologized for his “insensitive” response to questions about rape and acknowledged that he may have offended victims of sexual violence.
“I am humbled at the opportunity to speak to mothers, fathers, women and girls, victims of rape, abuse and
Former Prime Minister Perry Christie (left) and Damian Gomez, QC (right) arrive at
the Magistrate’s Court
yesterday. AHVIA J. CAMPBELL
The lawyer for former Senator Frank Smith yesterday renewed calls for a magistrate to end his corruption trial over a discrepancy that he says undermines the prosecution’s case.
Prosecutors have conceded that their case centers on the issue of whether Smith actually met his accuser, cleaning company
Deputy Prime Minister Peter Turnquest.
Minister of Finance Peter Turnquest yesterday denied claims that the government’s purchase of the Grand Lucayan resort has turned into a financial black hole.
“When you’re talking about people’s lives and when you’re talking about the economy of our second largest city, there’s no such thing
When a six-seater Piper Aztec aircraft went down off Mastic Point, Andros, one year ago today, multiple families were left shattered.
The crash killed Ricardo “Carter” Campbell; Margaret Adderley; Darren Clarke, the pilot; Valentino Russell; Desiree Russell and her 10-year-old daughter, Destinique Wilson after it departed San Andros Airport on