Commonwealth Brewery Limited (CBL) released its first quarter financial statements on the Bahamas International Securities Exchange (BISX) yesterday, revealing that its revenue was flat during the quarter.
The statement notes that compared to 2018’s first quarter numbers, 2019’s first quarter might have realized moderate growth had the company not
A small business on Grand Bahama has been recognized by U.S.-based travel reviews website Trip Advisor and given its 2019 Trip Advisor Certificate of Excellence for its customer service excellence.
A statement from Island Yogurt explained that the company consistently receives great reviews on the review website. Its co-owners, Paul and
Former non-resident ambassador to Panama C.A. Smith yesterday issued a public apology acknowledging his “unintended breach of protocol” after a video of him announcing that he will be the next governor general was released on social media.
“At a farewell luncheon with the foreign affairs staff
Bahamians will now be required to provide their social media names on most United States visa applications, a U.S. embassy official confirmed yesterday.
“The Department of State has updated its immigrant and nonimmigrant visa application forms to request additional information, including social media identifiers, from most
The National Crime Intelligence Agency Bill (NCIA), 2019, was passed in the Senate yesterday.
The contentious bill, which seeks to establish a government agency to gather intelligence on those who pose a threat to the national security of The Bahamas, has raised concerns in different circles due to
Two men who denied having forged credit and debit cards were yesterday remanded to prison.
Antonio Coleby, 38, of Tiaga Close, Sea Breeze Lane, denied six counts of possession of a forged document at his arraignment before Magistrate Samuel McKinney.
Reynaldo Thompson, 25, of Flamingo Gardens, also
The online system at the Passport Office, which seeks to make the application process more seamless, is still in the testing phase and it remains unclear when it will go live, according to Chief Passport Officer Siobhan Deane.
Bahamians seeking to renew their e-passports have been
Oil coated the surface of the water along a revetment at the eastern side of Arawak Cay yesterday while, just around the corner, children took turns jumping into the sea.
Photos and videos of the pollution circulated on social media yesterday morning, raising concern over public
Following the controversy surrounding a photo circulating on social media of a private high school student’s bruised buttocks after allegedly being disciplined by a member of the faculty, Bahamas Christian Council (BCC) President Bishop Delton Fernander said yesterday that as a society The Bahamas is
Prophetess Rosie Reckley has joined forces with various churches and the Bahamas Christian Council (BCC) to march in an attempt to raise awareness about child molestation in The Bahamas.
“It’s a blessing to be in Nassau [once again] to let the city of Nassau know that