The message of multi-platinum gospel music singer and radio show host Yolanda Adams to attendees of an upcoming conference for women in business and leadership will focus on maintaining a sense of self even in a corporate world.
The American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA)
The government’s Fiscal Strategy Report focuses on fiscal risk factors and the possible mitigation scenarios the government could employ to allay the impact of those risks. The government has identified three areas that are potentially severe risk factors: the impact of another natural disaster, the
As part of its “Mission Week” of activities, Bahamas Telecommunications Company (BTC) through the Cable & Wireless Charitable Foundation (CWCF) gifted a US$100,000 grant to support the Ministry of Education with the development of a virtual learning program through One on One Education Services Limited.
Two Haitian women and one Bahamian man were charged yesterday with fraud by false pretenses and attempted fraud by false pretenses in connection with their attempt to secure Bahamian citizenship for one of the women.
Jane Doe, 19, also known as Jelica Joseph, also known as Jelica
Shadow Minister of Finance Chester Cooper yesterday accused the Minnis administration of being a “lazy government” that lacks innovation after it was revealed that over $500 million will be borrowed to deal with the effects of Hurricane Dorian.
Cooper said the government should have focused more on
A marine accused of a shocking shooting at Government House that claimed the life of Petty Officer Percival Perpall was granted bail on Thursday.
Jevon Seymour was granted $30,000 bail with two sureties ahead of his trial for the April 28 murder of Perpall, his superior officer, and
Nearly three months after the passage of Hurricane Dorian, Mischea Mills, owner of Sheva’s Take Away in Murphy Town, Abaco, managed to reopen her restaurant after relocating to New Providence for less than a month.
She said she had been professionally cooking since 2005, and was
As near daily reports of armed robberies persist on New Providence, Minister of National Security Marvin Dames yesterday warned Bahamians to be on their guard, be smart and take precautions.
Since October, nearly every day on New Providence, at least one person was the victim of
With the murder count appeared set to overtake last year’s, Minister of National Security Marvin Dames assured yesterday that police now have the situation under control, despite a bad period in September.
“We had a bad period, but as you can see, it has been very
A temporary injunction preventing the developers of Love Estates from selling any lots in the affluent neighborhood was lifted yesterday by a Supreme Court judge.
The injunction was granted on September 16 after the Hug Ministry alleged that Rolling Hills Development Corporation Limited and Christopher Lleida