No modern economy can thrive if individuals and businesses have to pay exorbitant amounts for electricity. Here in The Bahamas we pay around 40 cents per kilowatt-hour. The average price of electricity in the United States is near 13 cents per kilowatt-hour – with that
I am sending this email as a tip as to what happens out at LPIA, particularly on a Saturday during the busy season.
The minister of tourism has been calling for increased airlift, and all of the airlines obliged. The local airline managers know full
I write after a number of weeks of frustration regarding the garbage collection in Graham Avenue, where I presently reside.
Prior to the recent change in contracts Graham Avenue (also known as Graham Acres and adjacent to Blair Estates) was served efficiently and well in
It was four years ago, when Evon Wisdom, the then after-school sports director in the Ministry of Education, unfolded national high school championships, and they were well-received. Particularly popular at the very outset was the basketball element.
The decision to add a Family Islands category was appropriate
“When two elephants fight, the grass suffers.” — African proverb
There is an African proverb that says: “When two elephants fight, the grass suffers.” The saying is used as a metaphor for the suffering that could result for a small country when two superpowers engage in
The multi-lateral meeting with five Caribbean leaders, including Prime Minister Dr. Hubert Minnis, and U.S. President Donald Trump on Friday has exposed deep divisions among CARICOM members, with several prime ministers heavily criticizing the meeting that was not explicitly about CARICOM.
Antigua and Barbuda Prime Minister Gaston Browne
The Bahamas is under no pressure from the United States to change its relationship with China, Prime Minister Dr. Hubert Minnis said on Saturday.
Minnis joined four other Caribbean leaders for a multilateral meeting with U.S. President Donald Trump on Friday in Mar-a-Lago, Palm Beach, Florida.
U.S. President Donald Trump promised Caribbean leader to have the issue of travel advisories issued by the U.S. “looked into” after it was raised by Caribbean leaders who attended a meeting with the president in Florida on Friday, according to Prime Minister Dr. Hubert Minnis.
Prime Minister Dr. Hubert Minnis recently brushed aside concerns that the decision to place eight senior officers on leave was politically motivated and insisted he has confidence that Commissioner of Police Anthony Ferguson will effectively reorganize the top brass of the police force.
Minnis spoke to reporters