A man caught stripping two stolen cars during the COVID-19 lockdown has been ordered to compensate the owners of the cars.
Tenaj Thompson, 33, of First Street, The Grove, admitted to receiving the stolen vehicles at his arraignment on Wednesday before Deputy Chief Magistrate Andrew Forbes.
Former Chairman of the National Advisory Council on Crime Bishop Simeon Hall criticized police for what he suggested was unfair treatment of those arrested for breaking the 24-hour curfew implemented to stem the COVID-19 outbreak in the country.
“I believe the vast majority of our
The Bahamas should look to export-oriented industries in the short term to generate foreign currency, Governor of the Central Bank of The Bahamas John Rolle told Guardian Business yesterday. But, he contended, it will still be the recovery of tourism within the next one to
More than $50,000 worth of groceries were delivered to Abaconians over the last few weeks thanks to a food security project being coordinated by Immediate Disaster and Emergency Assistance (IDEA) Relief in the face of the COVID-19 pandemic.
A 10,000 gallon-per-day reverse osmosis water tank was
The Bahamas’ slow move to e-commerce has created a huge gap between businesses that find themselves in need of a website and the availability of a web designer savvy enough to navigate this country’s tangle of e-business red tape, digital strategist Travis Miller explained to Guardian Business
Businesses with e-commerce capability can make the reopening of the economy more doable and should be considered to open earlier, a report submitted to Cabinet outlining a strategic framework for reopening the economy highlights.
The prime minister’s recently announced phased reopening of the economy allows for
Bahamians should not concern themselves with the government’s impending deficit spending and borrowing, but with whether or not the government will use borrowed funds in such a way that promotes sustainable growth and reduces the country’s unemployment numbers, investment management and advisory firm, CFAL’s latest
Basil Christie planned to make a blood donation during yesterday’s national blood drive, but at the ninth hour, he decided to err on the side of caution and not attend the event he helped to organize, seeing as he’s 75 years old and considered among
The best and brightest primary school graduates are still on track to be recognized this year – albeit later than usual – as the Bahamas Primary School Student of the Year (BPSSY) has postponed its ceremony from May 23 to a date to be determined,
One of the country’s premier hurdlers, the first Bahamian female to qualify in any hurdles event for the world championships, said she is just taking everything in stride in the face of the COVID-19 pandemic, and looking to get back on the track as soon as