On a night that featured a number of thrilling finishes in the National Basketball Association (NBA), Bahamian Chavano “Buddy” Hield and the Sacramento Kings made sure that they weren’t going to be left out.
With Hield receiving significant attention due to clutch ability that he has
Given the revelation of the Supreme Court that the approval of developments for Harbour Island must be decided by the Harbour Island District Council, Council member Ashley Percentie told Guardian Business that the council, given its “newfound” power, “could actually get some things done”.
The embattled Briland Residences and Marina project by 4M Harbour Island Ltd. continues to be a contentious issue for Br-Island Responsible Development Ltd. (BIRD), which in a statement scoffed at the suggestion by 4M’s principal Michael Wiener that a fund be created by his company and BIRD that
As the holidays approach, many consumers may be apprehensive about stringing a lot of Christmas lights around their homes for fear of increasing their electricity bills, but Chairperson of the Bahamas Chamber of Commerce and Employers’ Confederation’s (BCCEC) Energy and Environment Committee Deborah Deal said
Further procedures for the operations framework of the recently implemented investment regime in The Bahamas are being laid out for public consultation.
The Draft Investment Funds Regulations, 2019 which were recently released by the Securities Commission of The Bahamas (SCB), are intended to supplement the Investment Funds Act
After returning from a months-long leave, Assistant Commissioner of Police (ACP) Ken Strachan has been reassigned as the “chief security officer” at the Department of Social Services, Minister of National Security Marvin Dames has confirmed.
Strachan was one of eight senior police officers who were suddenly placed on leave in
An increase in minimum wage for government employees will not come in this budget year, Minister of Finance Peter Turnquest said yesterday, contradicting a statement made by his colleague, Minister of Labour Dion Foulkes a day earlier.
Turnquest said it is unclear exactly when it will happen,
Peter Sands, 60, of Finlayson Street lives in a small clapboard house with no windows, no ceiling, no running water, and a screen door that he opens by hitting a piece of wood against a nail.
He said when it rains, sewage seeps through his bedroom
The government has allocated nearly $300,000 for the burial of unclaimed victims of Hurricane Dorian, a recent report by the Ministry of Health revealed.
The report, “Post-Dorian: health sector strategic response plan of action,” was completed last week.
The report categorized the burials as short, medium and
The remediation of Rand Memorial Hospital on Grand Bahama will likely exceed the initial budget, Minister of Health Dr. Duane Sands said yesterday.
Sands said workers have uncovered other structural issues that are not storm related, which are slowing the process as well as increasing costs.