It’s been a sporadic season for Bahamian professional women’s basketball player Jonquel Jones and the Connecticut Sun.
They extended their winning streak to three on Sunday, after dropping two straight which came on the heels of a seven-game winning streak. Earlier this season, the Sun won
Bahamas Power and Light (BPL) did not bring in more rental generators to make up for its production shortfall this year because it could not afford the extra cost, BPL’s Chairman Dr. Donovan Moxey said on Friday.
Moxey, who was speaking to the members of the
CBL Group announced yesterday that it has entered into a definitive agreement to sell its Florida-based operation, Summit Broadband, to Grain Management LLC, in a carve-out transaction for $332.5 million. The agreement follows a multiple stage bid process led by RBC Capital Markets.
President and Chief Executive Officer of
Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Finance Peter Turnquest responded yesterday to the prediction by credit rating agency Moody’s that the government would overshoot its 2019-2020 deficit target, explaining that there are any number of reasons government could overshoot its target.
Turnquest was responding to a story that appeared in Tribune
Next year Bahamas Power and Light (BPL) will begin extracting oil that seeped into the ground over a number of decades at its Clifton Pier power plant, the company’s board Chairman Dr. Donovan Moxey told reporters on Friday. He added that Shell North America will also be involved
The board of directors of Bahamas Power and Light (BPL) is not only eyeing stable power generation in the next two years, but an economic turnaround for the country thanks to predictable, reliable power and power costs, the board’s Chairman Dr. Donovan Moxey said Friday.
The industry claims that the traditional electric water heater accounts for up to 30 percent of the power bill in the typical household. Some people try to reduce that with a timer or by switching to tankless heaters. In any case, most people know that
Despite the protestations of the minister of public works and the chairman of Bahamas Power and Light (BPL) that months of rolling blackouts on New Providence do not constitute a crisis, Prime Minister Dr. Hubert Minnis yesterday branded the situation as exactly that.
The Office of
Thirty-five of SkyBahamas’ 48 employees have a filed a trade dispute claiming they are “owed salary and other entitled benefits in accordance with Labour Act of the Commonwealth of The Bahamas”.
The trade dispute was filed on August 8 at the Department of Labour.
In an interview
The government will make a “major” economic announcement for New Providence “within a few weeks”, Prime Minister Dr. Hubert Minnis said.
“The country is in the best economic shape since the Great Recession of 2008,” Minnis said during a speech at the Torchbearers Youth Association Convention