Some Hurricane Dorian evacuees who were staying in shelters on New Providence will be temporarily relocated to Poinciana Inn on Bernard Road in a bid “to further reduce the number of persons residing in the two remaining shelters located at the Kendal G.L. Isaacs National
In the belt-tightening environment we are currently in, the Cabinet’s decision to increase travel benefits for ministers and their spouses is yet another demonstration of a tone deaf government sending all the wrong signals.
The decision was quietly made by Cabinet last year, but was not
The government appears to be on track to legalize marijuana for medical and recreational use in The Bahamas.
After years of stigmatization and criminalization, The Bahamas seems poised to join other countries and regulate what could potentially be a very lucrative industry.
This would be a major
Team Bahamas crashed out of the World Junior Tennis (WJT) Girls 14s North, Central American and Caribbean Pre-Qualifying Tournament yesterday, falling to the host nation in three matches.
The Bahamas lost to the Dominican Republic (DR) three matches to none, dropping both singles and the doubles match in
Both Bahamians in the National Basketball Association (NBA), and their teams, came within a possession of picking up wins around the league on Martin Luther King Jr. Day, on Monday.
Chavano “Buddy” Hield and the Sacramento Kings fell to the Miami Heat in overtime, falling 118-113, at the American Airlines
The University of The Bahamas (UB) Mingoes lost their first match of the 2020 Bahamas Football Association’s (BFA) season to the Western Warriors Titans, 2-1, on Sunday at the Roscow A.L. Davies Field.
The Mingoes, playing without two of the team’s regular starters, allowed an own goal from
President of the Bahamian Contractors Association (BCA) Michael Pratt said yesterday that the winding up of Cavalier Construction Company Limited and its sister company, Bobcat Bahamas Limited, is a blow to the construction industry that he fears may impact “the confidence” in the industry.
Bahamasair copped the top spot of Best Caribbean Airline at the World Travel Awards at Sandals Royal Bahamian resort on Monday night. Bahamas Managing Director Tracy Cooper told reporters at the event that the award is a testament to the hard work of the airline’s
Former Bahamian Contractors Association (BCA) President Leonard Sands said moving forward, the government should be more specific in its heads of agreements (HOA) with foreign developers about the Bahamian labor component.
Sands, who has long claimed that The Pointe development was not living up to its
Minister of Labour Dion Foulkes is encouraging the 54 employees laid off from Cavalier Construction Company Limited last week to register with the Department of Labour in order to be placed in other jobs. He also urged them to file for the unemployment benefit until