The Bahamas needs to make it easier for businesses and the public to access public services.
Too often, progress in the delivery of public services and the reduction of bureaucratic red tape is followed by new government-imposed requirements or relapses to practices that hinder the ease
Enclosed in the Tuesday, Feb. 4, 2020 Bahamian newspaper I purchased, was an insert from the Ministry of Finance entitled, “First Six Months Fiscal Snapshot on Budgetary Performance”.
For this letter, I will only comment on the revenue side of this informational.
Aggregate revenue topped $1
“You can easily judge the character of a man by how he treats those who can do nothing for him.” – Malcolm S. Forbes
Dorian has demolished the shantytowns in Abaco and the lives of many people living there were lost — mothers, fathers, brothers,
“I always wanted to write a book!”
This cry is often heard from aspiring writers and even from those who have never written a word in their life.
It might seem that writing a book - or writing anything for that matter - is far out of
The University of The Bahamas’ Government and Public Policy Institute (GPPI) will facilitate increased discussions this year with local policy makers, civil society and the private sector on the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) related to clean water, affordable energy, climate action, life below water and
Of the 22 students vying for the 23rd Bahamas National Spelling Bee crown – five have competed at the country’s top level before and know what it will take to be the ultimate winner, especially Roy Seligman, a Lyford Cay School student who is not
Now that Kerima Smith has completed her Master of Science degree in Management Studies with distinction from the University of the West Indies (UWI) Open Campus Bahamas and snagged the top graduate award, she is even more passionate about higher learning.
“UWI has ignited in me
Disinterest in the country’s major political parties, frustration over being taken for granted and discouragement due to societal norms that contribute to the country’s brain drain are but some of the impassioned and considered sentiments expressed by Bahamian university students and graduates during several days
Discussions are in progress on the potential of establishing memorandums of understanding (MOU) with neighboring countries to facilitate disaster evacuations for The Bahamas, and plans are underway to establish “purpose-built” shelters in strategic locations throughout the country, according to National Emergency Management Agency (NEMA) Director
Maybe The Bahamas’ senior men’s national basketball team needs to play all of its games inside the Imperial Ballroom at the Atlantis resort on Paradise Island.
Team Bahamas was as impressive as it’s ever been on Sunday night, building as much as a 23-point lead over