Wednesday, Aug 21, 2019
BUSINESS

The Ministry of Finance is watching the United States market given there are signs that “there may be some issues to come”, Deputy Prime Minister

DPM: Long way to go, but progress made on ease of doing business

The Bahamas still has a long way to go in improving its ease of doing business score, Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Finance Peter

D’Aguilar optimistic LPIA repairs will be completed before Thanksgiving

Minister of Tourism and Aviation Dionisio D’Aguilar said yesterday that he is optimistic repairs to the runway and taxiway at Lynden Pindling International Airport (LPIA) will

Gender wage gap policy impractical, states Turnquest

While noting that men and women should be compensated equally, Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Finance Peter Turnquest said yesterday that it’s impractical to

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SPORTS

Izaak Bastian continues to get faster and faster while DaVante Carey was just off his personal best time as the 7th FINA (International Swimming Federation)

After months of training, The Bahamas’ team for the 2020 CONCACAF (Confederation of North, Central American and Caribbean Association Football) Under-17 Girls Championship Qualifiers has

Over the next couple of weeks, bowling will be one of the sporting disciplines in the spotlight for The Bahamas. The Bahamas Bowling Federation (BBF) is

NATIONAL REVIEW

Four years ago, Hubert Rolle, now 63, was taken to Princess Margaret Hospital (PMH) in an ambulance after he suffered a stroke.  Although he was discharged some

With mounting pressure over his deafening silence many weeks into a power crisis gripping New Providence, Prime Minister Dr. Hubert Minnis has put down the cowbells and has

The Minnis administration is nearly two and a half years into its term and Bahamas Power and Light (BPL) is failing in its mandate to

The general election of August 19, 1992 marked a critical turning point in the history of the nation, bringing with it an end to 25

The government has received approximately 10 letters of interest for marijuana processing and cultivation and for the import of marijuana-based products, according to Minister of

As New Providence’s energy crisis continues to wreak havoc on lives and businesses, Perspective followed up on power generation concerns on the islands of Bimini,

Child support beneficiaries who have been subjected to over a year of painstaking delays in the disbursement of funds paid to the courts are hopeful