In this segment, The Bahamas’ renewed efforts on World Trade Organization (WTO) accession and how that could impact the Family Islands will be assessed. For the purpose of this discussion, a closer look will be taken at WTO’s impact on tourism, construction and small and
Businessman Scott Godet, who had entered into a public-private partnership with the government of The Bahamas under the Christie administration for the creation of a new building to house the General Post Office, is suing the government for violating that agreement, according to Damian Gomez,
Bahamas Telecommunications Company (BTC), in the midst of widespread rumors that it will have to lay off staff, denied in a statement that it is planning to “involuntarily separate” from any of its employees.
The statement, which came from BTC Chief Executive Officer Garfield Sinclair, explained
Illegal immigration, gambling and the national debt are the three biggest impediments to national development, Speaker of the House of Assembly Halson Moultrie said.
“I am of the view that there [are] basically three significant impediments to national development that the Parliament can and must address,”
A major aspect of effective and influential communication is the sound of your voice. If you think this is trivial, imagine how you would feel about submitting to a doctor who sounds uneducated or an attorney who sounds like he grew up in the bush.
Given information that has recently surfaced about the leasing of the Town Centre Mall for the housing of the General Post Office, former Attorney General Alfred Sears suggested yesterday that there could be legal grounds to declare null and void the government’s resolution to enter
Former Tourism Minister Obie Wilchcombe said yesterday he is waiting to hear the “voice of the people” before he decides whether he will vie for a leadership position at the Progressive Liberal Party’s (PLP) upcoming convention.
The party will hold its next convention July 25-26 at the
A pride week set for June 2020 will not feature members of the LGBTI community parading throughout the streets of New Providence, said human rights advocate Alexus D’Marco, who yesterday insisted that the week-long event will be designed to fit the culture and climate of
Police were last night investigating an alleged suicide involving a teenage boy, officers reported after 9 p.m.
According to police, shortly before 5 p.m., “Officers responded to a home on Faith Avenue north of Carmichael Road, where a juvenile male was found unconscious and hanging in
There were 861 Bahamians with criminal records who were deported from the United States between 2008 and 2017, according to a report released by the U.S. Department of Homeland Security.
The report, titled “2017 Yearbook of Immigration Statistics”, revealed that 82 Bahamians with criminal records were