The Second Belt and Road Forum for International Cooperation just concluded in Beijing. Nearly 5,000 foreign guests from over 150 countries and more than 90 international organizations attended the forum. The theme of the forum was, Belt and Road Cooperation, Shaping a Brighter Shared Future.
Water and Sewerage Corporation (WSC) Executive Chairman Adrian Gibson said the corporation is taking a “cautious approach” to voluntary separation packages (VSEPs) for employees, noting that “it is a work in progress”.
Gibson, who appeared on the Guardian Talk Radio 96.9 FM talk show “The Political
Minister of Labour Dion Foulkes said yesterday that he will certify the Water and Sewerage Corporation’s (WSC) line staff union’s strike vote, but said he will seek legal advice on whether the managerial union is eligible to receive certification.
Both unions recently held strike polls to
Bahamian Olympic sprint queen, the streamlined, but powerful finisher Shaunae Miller-Uibo, almost cracked the 49 seconds barrier on Saturday at the Tom Jones Memorial Classic in Gainesville, Florida, USA.
Miller-Uibo blazed to a season opener clocking of 49.05 seconds. There was absolutely no pressure on the
Despite being one of the youngest members of Team Bahamas at the 34th CARIFTA Swimming Championships at the Barbados Aquatic Centre, in Wildey, Barbados, Marvin Johnson Jr. made a name for himself, swimming away with 14 gold medals overall – 10 individual gold and four
Pursuing a professional football dream, Bahamian youngster Dondre Rigby has taken his talents all the way to Germany.
In his first game in the German Football League (GFL) with the Lübeck Cougars under-19 squad, Rigby, 18, threw for two touchdowns and passed for another in a
It was a bittersweet moment for three of the older swimmers of Team Bahamas as they swam in their final CARIFTA Swimming Championships at the Barbados Aquatics Centre, in Wildey, Barbados, over the Easter holiday weekend. Three swimmers who ended their CARIFTA careers were team
The country’s national debt is now above $8 billion as reported at the end of 2018, sitting at 64.6 percent of gross domestic product (GDP), according to The Central Bank of The Bahamas’ (CBOB) 2018 annual report.
Last year this paper reported that the country’s national
HARBOUR ISLAND, Eleuthera – Many Harbour Island residents said they fully support the Briland Club Residences and Marina project, even as it is being opposed by a group they said is being driven by “special interests”.
Martin Grant, a local historian who is part of a number of civic
The government reported yesterday that the nine-month budget performance report shows it has steadily closed the deficit gap.
According to a press release issued by the Ministry of Finance, the ministry’s quarterly report shows strong revenue performance in the third quarter of the fiscal year.