One week after the sister of Centreville MP Reece Chipman stood to her feet in the House of Assembly and shouted accusations at members of the governing party, House Speaker Halson Moultrie yesterday announced new rules regarding cell phones in Parliament.
“With respect to reports and
The single most important gift given to mankind is the gift of vision. Nothing noble or noteworthy has ever been done without vision. It’s the vehicle that drives you, gives you hope in despair and provides endurance in suffering.
Vision is also what we use to
When one looks at The Bahamas and the quality of its athletes, there are only two at this present time who could realistically win medals in both the 200 and 400 meters (m), and be significant members of the relay teams, at the world championships.
Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Finance Peter Turnquest yesterday attributed the “bolstering economic growth” in the country to the nearly 4,000 businesses he said were created in the past year.
“When we talk about this growing economy and this 1.6 percent growth in GDP, this
Investar Securities Limited revealed in a press statement yesterday that its Titan Funds offer will be available to family island residents next week, pointing out that there has been a lot of interest in the fund in Nassau.
The fund officially opened to subscribers on Monday and due
The Bahamas Boxing Federation (BBF) is sending a six-member team to the Bert Sugar National Qualifiers in Punta Gorda, Florida, from June 7-9.
The team consists of five male boxers and one female boxer, two coaches and a team manager.
The five male boxers are Patrick Joseph
In helping to keep the youth of the nation busy this summer, the University of The Bahamas (UB) is set to host the 13th Annual UB Summer Sports Camp at the university’s Oakes Field campus from June 24 to July 19.
The camp will be geared
Disney Cruise Line (DCL) has partnered with the Bahamian Contractors’ Association (BCA) to meet the construction demands for its multimillion-dollar project at Lighthouse Point in South Eleuthera.
The company hopes to invite qualified companies to submit bids for general contractor design/build packages by this summer.
BCA President Michael
The Inter-American Development (IDB) and the government of The Bahamas will be setting an aggressive implementation schedule for renewable energy in the Family Islands when a $170 million loan facility gets fully underway, IDB Country Representative for The Bahamas Daniela Carrera-Marquis said yesterday.
Carrera-Marquis said the program for