Several projects totaling $130 million have been approved to begin development on the Family Islands, according to The Central Bank of The Bahamas’ Quarterly Economic and Financial Developments (QEFD) report.
The report reveals that HAL Properties Limited, the owner of Carnival Corporation, was approved to expand its beach entertainment facility
Mastercard wants to work with credit unions in the country to increase financial inclusion on the Family Islands, Mastercard’s Account Manager Juan Aleman said yesterday.
Aleman, who was speaking to the media at the World Credit Union Conference at Atlantis resort yesterday, said he and his
The Ministry of Tourism and Aviation (MOTA) has seen a nine percent increase in its group bookings after just a year in a strategic partnership with Cvent, a leading meeting, events and hospitality management technology company.
The MOTA in a press release yesterday stated it has
Prime Minister Dr. Hubert Minnis last night dared Progressive Liberal Party (PLP) Leader Philip Brave Davis to move forward with a vote of no confidence in him.
“It’s good and we welcome it,” Minnis told The Nassau Guardian.
“I hope he will go through with it. We look forward to
The issue surrounding a Water and Sewerage Corporation (WSC) board member who made disparaging comments against the Progressive Liberal Party (PLP) has been addressed, Prime Minister Dr. Hubert Minnis said last night, though he did not explain how.
“I think that was dealt with by…many members
The Progressive Liberal Party (PLP) is entering “dangerous” waters if it plans on excluding veteran politicians as candidates in the next general election, said Former Tall Pines MP Leslie Miller, who insisted that there is no way anyone can stop him from running.
In an interview
Two young men drowned yesterday, police said.
In the first incident a boy drowned at Long Wharf Beach on New Providence. The victim was identified as 16-year-old Ethan Miller.
According to reports, shortly before 4 p.m., he was pulled from the water and taken to a hospital where
Having lived with acquired immunodeficiency syndrome (AIDS) for nearly 30 years, Andrew Jones, 58, said yesterday that it is heartbreaking to see so many people still dying from the disease.
Jones, a resident of Cat Island, was living in the United States when he was diagnosed
Kendall Ferdinand, 24, a transgender woman, is a Bahamian refugee living in Canada.
Ferdinand was born a male.
However, at the age of six, Ferdinand identified as a female.
“I would dress up in my mother’s clothing and stuff like that,” she said.
“I never identified as a male
The government has no plan to address the issue of marital rape before the end of the year, Attorney General Carl Bethel said yesterday.
“There needs to be further consultation with all the relevant parties,” Bethel said.
“I think we’re waiting for further comments. I certainly am