Bahamas Power and Light (BPL) stated yesterday it intends to take advantage of the low crude oil prices that have emerged as a result of the global COVID-19 pandemic.
With West Texas Intermediate (WTI) crude oil falling to its lowest level – at just above $10
A man accused of ignoring a lockdown order by leaving his home denied the charge yesterday.
Prosecutors say that Ellsworth Swaindell Storr, 45, of Shrimp Road, failed to remain within the confines of his home and yard at 10:15 p.m. on April 26.
Storr pleaded not guilty
The Bahamas is in the trenches of its public health response to a global pandemic; a response that could ill afford to be disrupted or distracted by the departure of critical elements of its hardworking and dedicated leadership team.
But this is precisely what the country
As the world continues to be inundated with the new coronavirus pandemic, and as our country begins to grapple with the reality that life as usual can be no more, it is important that we pause to carefully reconsider our country’s policy prioritization.
The time is upon us to rise up from this state of paralysis caused by the COVID-19 pandemic and set a plan of action in motion to restore the health of the economy of our glorious Bahamas. Here are some ideas the government should
The Bahamas must address its regressive tax structure as it seeks to rebuild the economy following the coronavirus (COVID-19) threat, for both “social as well as economic reasons”, professor in the School of Business and Hospitality Management at the University of The Bahamas Olivia Saunders
Wilfred Meadows, 59, a single father of five, has been struggling to feed his family ever since an accident left him unable to work nine years ago.
The economic fallout that resulted from the COVID-19 pandemic has put a spotlight on those living below the poverty
The day Milton McPhee found himself taking home $3,500 after just one day of fishing, his fate as a fisherman was sealed.
“I made $3,500 for myself and I was just getting a 25 percent share after expenses. We left Nassau about 4 a.m. that morning,
Shantell Hutchinson has beaten stage four cancer and has every intention of surviving COVID-19. The 15-year cancer survivor is “calling” for people to be their neighbor’s keeper because, she says, surviving the coronavirus pandemic is not about people individually, but everyone they come in contact
For some, this is a very tough time as they have been laid off and do not know what the future holds. To do its part, the New Providence Basketball Association (NPBA) has stepped up and decided to give back to its players, coaches, referees and officials