There’s a turning of the tide in the real estate industry as it approaches the tail end of a decade-long “buyer’s market”, where “those with cash were able to pick up properties for pennies on the dollar”.
Senior broker and appraiser of Colonial Realty Eugene-Gino Maycock
As the Organization for Economic Co-Operation and Development (OECD) proposes to rewrite international tax laws this year by possibly implementing a global minimum tax rate, at least one industry stakeholder believes The Bahamas shouldn’t wait on a decision from the OECD and adapt its tax regime
The “normal” tourist will not visit Marsh Harbour “for a while”, owner of the Sandpiper Inn Dr. Larry Carroll told Guardian Business yesterday, likening the state of the area and some of the cays to a post-war zone.
Carroll, who said he has had a few
During his first national address of the year, Prime Minister Dr. Hubert Minnis revealed last night that he will sign a heads of agreement for a $300 million five-star residential, resort and marina development on South Abaco on Thursday.
The prime minister spoke at length about
The government will sign a heads of agreement for the sale of the Grand Lucayan resort on March 2, Prime Minister Dr. Hubert Minnis revealed last night.
“In order to restore the lives of the people of Abaco and Grand Bahama, we must boost economic activity
A jury on Tuesday unanimously convicted Zaria Burrows and Dervinique Edwards of murder for their roles in a deadly attack on Breanna Mackey in a row over a broken cellphone.
Although Zaria Burrows and Dervinique Edwards did not inflict the fatal stab wounds, the 12 jurors
Members of the Bahamas Utilities Services and Allied Workers Union (BUSAWU) and the Water and Sewerage Management Union (WSMU) went on strike yesterday and claimed they will not return to work until Executive Chairman Adrian Gibson is removed from his post and they have a
MIAMI, FL. — Carnival Corporation’s chief maritime officer said yesterday the company will invest $48 million over two years to address the issue of sewage discharge.
During a press briefing at Carnival’s headquarters, Admiral William Burke, chief maritime officer, told reporters, “One of the things that
A man who killed his girlfriend in front of her family almost 14 years ago finally admitted his crime yesterday.
Originally charged with murder, Leo Johnson, 54, entered a plea to manslaughter in the August 19, 2006 death of Erica Fowler when he appeared before Justice
Minister of Health Dr. Duane Sands said yesterday that the government has spent roughly $80,000 so far to quarantine Bahamians returning from China amid a coronavirus epidemic.
“We think it’s been between $75,000 and $85,000 so far,” he said outside Cabinet.
“That’s what the total process has been thus far when