Prospective second home buyers have gained confidence in The Bahamas’ tourism market ever since a tourist arrivals boom began last year, and thus have begun to close on properties they plan to use as vacation rentals, co-owner and Vice President of Damianos Sotheby’s International Realty
The Ministry of Tourism has teamed up with online booking platform JackRabbit Systems to allow hotels to log reservations within their own booking window, revealed a press release on the partnership.
Hoteliers that do not have their own booking window will be able to utilize JackRabbit for free.
“JackRabbit Systems has
The Bahamas Chamber of Commerce and Employers’ Confederation (BCCEC) plans to release its economic study on the effects of accession to the World Trade Organization (WTO) at its Power Breakfast on May 7, BCCEC’s lead on WTO matters Darron Pickstock told Guardian Business yesterday.
With computer hacking at what one of the world’s leading experts declared ‘epidemic levels’, individuals, businesses and governmental agencies and institutions are at abnormally high risk as The Bahamas is among countries most likely to be targeted by attackers because of its vulnerability.
Juval Aviv, former
The Bahamas Insurance Association (BIA) recently named Orry J. Sands as its 2019 Lifetime Achievement Award Honoree for the property and casualty sector.
“Orry J. Sands is the managing partner of Orry J. Sands & Company Ltd., a Bahamian general insurance agency for over thirty years.
A 52-year-old Royal Bahamas Defence Force (RBDF) marine was shot to death shortly before 3 a.m. in the guard room at Government House, according to law enforcement heads.
RBDF Commodore Tellis Bethel said the victim was Petty Officer Philip Perpall, a former United Nations peacekeeper, who served with RBDF
Carnival Corporation’s dumping of sewage in Bahamian waters is “environmental savagery”, Minister of the Environment and Housing Romauld Ferreira said.
“It was very disturbing to hear that those allegations were raised. If they are proven to be true, then I would deem that as environmental savagery
The son of a 52-year-old Royal Bahamas Defence Force (RBDF) marine, who was murdered yesterday, said his father was “on the verge of retiring” before he was killed.
Petty Officer Philip Perpall, who served on the force for over 30 years, was shot and killed shortly before 3 a.m. while
While offering condolences to the family of the Royal Bahamas Defence Force (RBDF) marine murdered while on guard duty at Government House early Sunday morning, the Progressive Liberal Party (PLP) demanded that the prime minister and other members of Cabinet further clarify what happened and
An American man was shot and killed early Sunday morning in Bimini, police said.
Shortly after 1 a.m., the man, who was at home, was shot multiple times in his upper body, according to police.
Police reported that the victim was taken to the Bimini Clinic where