Tuesday, Dec 10, 2019
BUSINESS

Despite the devastation caused by Hurricane Dorian, the hotel industry is expected to end the year on a positive note, particularly after successful sales on

Govt considering keeping preclearance facilities in Florida

The government is hoping the continuation of Bahamas customs and immigration preclearance facilities in Ft. Lauderdale, Florida will help to increase the number of private

Russell: Hoteliers have to determine best approach on BPL bond fee

Hotel operators will have to put their “heads together” as they determine how to approach Bahamas Power and Light’s (BPL) rate reduction bond fee and

Dekor Homes breaks ground on Villa Nova

Dekor Homes Limited broke ground on a new, $14 million gated community promising to blend luxury with affordability yesterday. Homes in the development are already

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Bahamian Shawn Thomas, 60, is HIV positive and is not afraid to show the world who she is in spite of the stigma surrounding the

In the aftermath of the most powerful hurricane on record to devastate the country, last year’s 60 percent increase in value-added tax (VAT) and an

The board of Bahamas Power and Light (BPL), and by extension the government of The Bahamas, appears to have collectively lost the ability to approach

It’s been over three months since the passage of Hurricane Dorian, and the silence of vacated Freeport communities ripped apart by its torrential storm surge

Whenever Bahamians hear the word corruption, the typical imagery is one of politicians and public officials stealing funds, striking under-the-table deals, accepting bribes or engaging

With American Airlines not currently offering direct flights to Freeport until mid-February and passengers not yet able to book direct U.S. flights via Bahamasair, hoteliers

When Bahamians responded in outrage last week to comments by Yamacraw MP and Minister of Financial Services, Trade and Industry Elsworth Johnson on how Bahamas