Progressive Liberal Party (PLP) Leader Philip Brave Davis yesterday blasted the government for increasing travel benefits for Cabinet ministers and their spouses, vowing to repeal a new policy that affords ministers’ spouses a per diem and more government-funded travel.
Some small business owners said yesterday they may have to raise their prices after the government implemented a plastic ban.
Neil Musgrove, the owner of Sky Juice King at Arawak Cay, already started to purchase plant based plastic cups at his stall and provides compostable food containers for
More than a year after the Minnis administration’s Community Development Partnership Initiative came into effect in November 2018, many business owners are saying they have not seen much of an impact in the community.
The Economic Empowerment Zones Act, 2018 offers tax exemptions and benefits for residents and businesses
Opening statements will begin Wednesday morning in the trial of three men accused of a mass shooting that killed four people and wounded eight others.
Yesterday, prosecutors and defense attorneys chose 12 jurors and three alternates to hear the trial against Peter Rolle, Justin Williams, and
The Over-the-Hill component of the Small Business Development Centre (SBDC) is doing “much better” than expected, according to SBDC Executive Director Davinia Grant.
The SBDC is the product of a tripartite arrangement between the government, through the Ministry of Finance; the University of The Bahamas (UB) and
Royal Bahamas Defence Force (RBDF) Commodore Tellis Bethel has not returned to work, Minister of National Security Marvin Dames said yesterday, adding that Bethel will remain out of office until at least April.
“No, the commodore hasn’t returned to work as yet,” Dames told The Nassau Guardian.
A 2016 operations review report of the Princess Margaret Hospital found that the hospital requires an additional 115 to 120 nurses to adequately service patients.
“While there is no process in place and data available to determine the true staffing requirements for PMH, we estimate the number
Hope Town United, a non-profit organization created to provide critical care to Elbow Cay residents on Abaco, has developed a plan to privately fund a completely autonomous utility system on the cay, according to the group’s co-founder Matt Winslow.
According to the group’s website, it will be
There is an “extremely high” presence of Royal Bahamas Defence Force (RBDF) officers on Abaco and Grand Bahama nearly five months after Hurricane Dorian, according to Acting RBDF Commodore Dr. Raymond King.
“On average, we’ve been keeping a number of 100 officers on Abaco and about
Thirty-one Haitian migrants were captured on an uninhabited cay off Ragged Island in the Royal Bahamas Defence Force’s (RBDF) first apprehension of the year, the RBDF reported yesterday.
According to the report, the RBDF was alerted to suspected illegal migrants in the area and upon investigating found