Monday, Oct 21, 2019
BUSINESS

The International Monetary Fund (IMF) is projecting The Bahamas economy will shrink by 0.6 percent next year, according to the recently released “World Economic Outlook:

Cruise industry touts commitment to Bahamas post-Dorian

The cruise industry has bolstered its commitment to The Bahamas through several multimillion-dollar projects across six islands that will further improve the country’s cruise product. The

DPM highlights vulnerabilities of SIDS at Commonwealth meeting

The categorization of small island developing states (SIDS) that may be high income but also highly vulnerable to economic shocks from natural disasters – like

GB Shipyard releases first repaired cruise ship post-Dorian

The Grand Bahama Shipyard released its first repaired cruise ship post-Hurricane Dorian earlier this week, which its management said is a testament to the resilience

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LIFESTYLES

Teppanyaki is a style of Japanese cuisine that is derived from the words “teppan” (iron plate) and “yaki” (grilled, boiled

King Solomon, the biblical king of Israel, is revered in Christianity, Judaism, Islam and Rastafarianism alike. A wealthy and wise

This year’s Shakespeare in Paradise theatre festival offered a number of reinterpretations of old favourites and some new specials. The

Grammy-nominated singer-songwriter Bebe Rexha, electronic violinist Lindsey Stirling, DJ Tony Okungbowa, Junior New System of “America’s Got Talent” fame and

SPORTS

After a busy season last year and a successful one for Bahamian swimmers, the 2019 Bahamas Aquatics Federation (BAF) swimming season gets underway today at

D’Angelo Swaby may have started his professional career late but he has a perfect 1-0 win-loss record. The heavyweight boxer will be looking to make

A contract of $90 million over four years is what the Sacramento Kings are offering Bahamian Chavano “Buddy” Hield. He rejected that offer, stating he is not pleased with

NATIONAL REVIEW

Many of the Haitian migrants who lived in the slums on Abaco have nowhere to go. Those refugees, who fled Haiti for economic and political reasons,

Michael Dillon, 56, wants Abaconians to come back home. “We need to restart our community,” he told The Nassau Guardian. “We need to restart our economy.” Dillon, a

When I boarded Bahamasair’s 0335 flight into Marsh Harbour, Abaco, on September 30, I had no idea what I was getting into. I’d seen the pictures

Hundreds on Grand Bahama are now jobless following the closure of more than half of the island’s storm-damaged businesses, with over 60 percent of impacted

In a natural disaster, a death toll is not merely a statistic for record keeping purposes or an incidental count of losses less important than

When a natural disaster strikes, survivors can be stripped of their loved ones, their homes, their possessions and their livelihoods. Being left with just the clothes

If Freeport does not rebound, Grand Bahama will not rebound. Given this inarguable reality, it was astounding to hear the prime minister in a press conference