One of the more premier distance events in the country is less than a month away, set for the weekend of November 23-24, starting and ending at Arawak Cay right here in Nassau, The Bahamas.
The 7th Annual Bahamas Half, featuring a 13.1-mile half marathon, the
The Bahamas Scholastic Athletic Association (BSAA) continued with its regular season in volleyball this week with a number of games at the Tom “The Bird” Grant Park in Yellow Elder Gardens.
On Tuesday, three games were all decided in straight sets. In the Junior Girls Division,
The government is expected to collect a minimum of $2.5 million per year from Global Port Holdings (GPH) for its leasing of the Port of Nassau once construction is complete, according to the heads of agreement (HOA) that was tabled in the House of Assembly on Tuesday.
Hurricane Dorian began to show its effects in the first quarter of the 2019/2020 fiscal year, though the financial position remained fair despite the fact, as the government prepares to re-evaluate its estimates next month in its 2019 Fiscal Strategy Report, Fiscal Adjustment Plan and Supplementary “Hurricane Dorian”
Government could have the economic impact assessment related to Hurricane Dorian by next week, Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Finance Peter Turnquest said yesterday, adding that the government could also ratify changes to value-added tax (VAT) for the exemption zones on the islands affected by
Most of Last Mile Communication’s equipment was claimed by the Atlantic Ocean during Hurricane Dorian. The telecommunications company lost 40 percent of its top-line revenue because of the storm, Chief Executive Officer of Last Mile Communications Matthew Carey told Guardian Business yesterday.
Yesterday, Carey and about seven other business operators received funding from
Chairperson of the National Ease of Doing Business Committee (NEDBC) Lynn Holowesko said yesterday that the committee finds it “difficult to accept” The Bahamas’ slip to 119 in the World Bank’s Doing Business 2020 report, despite improving its country rankings by a net 55 places.
During what was described as “Christmas in October” for the people devastated by Hurricane Dorian, Prime Minister Dr. Hubert Minnis yesterday announced that residents and businesses on Abaco and Grand Bahama will be exempt from paying value-added tax (VAT) on a range of items until June
National exam results have worsened this year compared to the year before.
Fewer students sat the core Bahamas General Certificate of Secondary Education (BGCSE) subjects of math, English and science this year.
There was a decrease in the number of students who achieved at least a grade of C in these subjects
Workers at the National Insurance Board (NIB) who are members of the Union of Public Officers (UPO) hope to hold a strike vote on Friday after a Supreme Court ruling yesterday.
According to Director of Labour John Pinder, Supreme Court Justice Indra Charles ruled that the