Saturday, Feb 23, 2019
Outlook Improves

International credit ratings agency Moody’s yesterday changed its outlook of

DPM: Govt trying to decide whether to proceed with Oban

Despite pending negotiations with the principals of Oban Energies, Minister

D’Aguilar defends Dames and Sands

Amid calls for the resignations of two of his Cabinet

BTC workers express ‘disgust’ over ongoing issues

One week after Bahamas Telecommunications Company (BTC) employees staged a

112 Haitians to be sent home today

One hundred and twelve Haitians are scheduled to be repatriated

PM rejects calls for resignations   

The Progressive Liberal Party’s (PLP) calls for the resignations of


The Bahamas’ most recent “blacklisting” by the European Union (EU) has more to do with competition than with regulatory measures, Deputy Prime Minister Peter Turnquest

Caribbean Travel Marketplace 2020 to be held at Baha Mar

Bahamian entrepreneurs invested in the tourism industry will have the benefit of the Caribbean Hotel and Tourism Association’s (CHTA) Caribbean Travel Marketplace, the largest tourism

Bahamas Carnival officially launched

Bahamas Carnival, now in its fifth year, has had a knock-on effect for small businesses on New Providence, Bahamas Carnival Band Owners Association (BCBOA) President

Bahamas Junkanoo Art and Music Festival hopes to further monetize Junkanoo

A first-of-its-kind new festival is intended to help further the monetization of Junkanoo. Created by the founder and Chief Executive Officer of the Junkanoo Commandos Angelique

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Two of the most important numbers are coming up in the next two weeks – 15 and eight. There are

An unnamed headlining artist along with “the King of Soca” Machel Montano, “the Fireman” Bunji Garland, “the Queen of Bacchanal”

As a genre, suspense and mystery films have been in a bit of a rut — and for a while

The Movie Masters forum returns to New Providence and Grand Bahama, giving Bahamian filmmakers access to accomplished Hollywood professionals. Film and


As day four of the 37th annual Hugh Campbell Basketball Classic progressed on Thursday at the A.F. Adderley Junior High School Gymnasium, teams started falling

The University of The Bahamas (UB) Mingoes men’s basketball team lost to the Discount Distributors Rockets for a second time this season, 88-81, recently at

When one of their better players went down with an unfortunate injury last night, that appeared to suck all of the life out of the


The official opposition has decided to stay away from Parliament, it says, “until the point is made”. The decision — designed no doubt to grab headlines

Former Executive Chairperson of Bahamas Power and Light (BPL) Darnell Osborne has taken legal action against Public Works Minister Desmond Bannister seeking damages for wrongful

Members of the prominent environmental organization Save The Bays (STB) have thrown their support behind Carnival Cruise Line’s planned port development for Freeport in a

An emphasis of the importance of vaccinations
The tourists keep coming
Election talk premature
Surprising interest in the Grand Bahama hotel
Editorial | The continued Haiti problem
Political will in sustainable and responsible tourism development, pt. 2
Front Porch | Myths and misunderstandings of the tourism sector
Focus | A narrow road to economic prosperity
The private sector needs a unified external voice
Island Insights | Southern islands: tax-free economic zones
Letters | Nassuvians relishing in Freeport’s economic hardship
As I walked to the corner
Increase in taxation
Other nations share same concerns as Bahamas
Is the royal family snubbing The Bahamas?
Mueller report looming, new attorney general in hot seat

WASHINGTON (AP) — William Barr has been attorney general for

House Dems introduce measure to revoke Trump border edict

WASHINGTON (AP) — House Democrats have introduced a resolution to