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UNDP to manage recovery pledges

The United Nations Development Program (UNDP) is managing the spending

Solar plant on Ragged Isl. will be able to withstand Cat. 5 winds

A representative from Tugliq Energy Co., the company installing solar energy

PM slams critics

Prime Minister Dr. Hubert Minnis yesterday hit out at critics

BPL plans to sell stations A and D to Shell

Bahamas Power and Light (BPL) Chairman Dr. Donovan Moxey yesterday

Smugglers caught ferrying Chinese to U.S. from Bahamas

An Italian man was charged in the U.S. with smuggling

BUSINESS

Bahamas Power and Light (BPL) and Shell North America hope to have their definitive agreements completed by March of this year, BPL Chairman Dr. Donovan

Shell exec touts benefits of Clifton LNG terminal

The development of a liquefied natural gas (LNG) regasification terminal by Shell North America will generate a mixed bag of benefits for Shell and the

Rolle urges policy to generate higher property insurance uptake

The Bahamas needs public policy to cause Bahamians to have a higher uptake of insurance coverage for their properties, Governor of The Central Bank of

Pinder criticizes abuse of short-term work permits

The Department of Immigration needs to beef up its surveillance of companies that hire foreign workers on short-term work permits, as the Department of Labour

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LIFESTYLES

It was almost one year ago that Kira Horton entered, by chance, her homemade pepper sauce into the Tru Tru

More than 50 years after the popular vote established a change in the way business has been done in The

We do not come from a place that makes it easy to hold onto archives. Insects love to munch and

Jazz In The Gardens (JITG) Music Festival is a vibe that’s like nothing else you will ever experience. It’s a

SPORTS

It was a historic night for Bahamian and Phoenix Suns center DeAndre Ayton as he recorded his first career 20/20 double-double when he scored 26

Runners from around The Bahamas and the world will take part in the 2020 Sunshine Insurance Race Weekend on Jan. 18-19. The Caribbean Bottling Company

Dylan Musgrove and Anderias Black scored 25 points apiece for the Your Essential Store (YES) Giants as they took down the Sports Center Elites, 96-91, to

NATIONAL REVIEW

In an election campaign, there is a whole lot said to woo the electorate and demonize opponents, but in government some politicians often scoff at

Storm victims might be tempted to get excited about the $1.5 billion “in recovery funding and in-kind services” pledged by companies and individuals on Monday at

The Minnis administration is living in a bubble. In that bubble, The Bahamas is all sunshine and rainbows. There is low unemployment, fewer people in need, reduced crime

Irate Abaco residents have expressed frustration about what they believed to be donated roofing supplies earmarked for Abaco that have been sitting since last year

It has been 134 days since Hurricane Dorian and in East Grand Bahama, one of the areas hardest hit by last year’s killer storm, the

A wife and 23-month-old baby boy. A mother, brother and cousin. A father. If they were your loved ones and they were suddenly gone, ripped from your arms

The parliamentary outcome of the opposition’s motion of no confidence against Prime Minister Dr. Hubert Minnis was of no surprise to observers. After all, a motion