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Why the surprise over the sloop? 1 comment
MORE than a week after a large empty sloop was discovered on the shoreline of Adelaide Beach, immigration officers have still not captured any of the Haitians suspected to have been on board, according to Kirklyn Neely, head of the Immigration Department’s Enforcement Unit.
THE SLS at Baha Mar officially opened in grand style on Friday night despite the incompletion of its top two floors and only 50 per cent of the hotel’s 300-rooms filled.
RETIRED civil servants who are re-engaged by the government will have their pensions stopped in a bid by the government to “unclog” the public sector, Public Service and National Insurance Minister Brensil Rolle said yesterday.
THIS fall, Mr Ship It officially held the grand opening for their third store located on the Carmichael Road strip. This location is aimed at helping residents in the south western New Providence area to have easy access to ship and pick up packages
A leading housing developer says that it has seen a ‘overwhelming response’ to its latest offering, having recently sold-out three subdivisions. Arawak Homes’ president Aranon Wilson told Tribune Business the sell-out was ‘proof positive’ that demand
Just months after relocating to the Old Fort Bay Plaza, the New Providence Water Development Company has launched its new website to improve customer service.The newly-designed website provides the full list of services offered by the company, along
THE Bahamas could see a ‘record 2018’ in boating tourism, according to Association of Bahamas Marinas (ABM) president Stephen Kappeler. Mr Kappeler, general manager of the Treasure Cay Resort, Marina and Golf Club told Tribune Business that based on
FORMER Progressive Liberal Party Chairman Bradley Roberts has accused Prime Minister Dr Hubert Minnis of being a “hypocrite” after an appearance at the opening of the SLS hotel brand at Baha Mar on Friday, saying the nation’s leader did everything in his power to “destroy that project for narrow political gain”.
Bahamian music legend Ronnie Butler died early on Sunday morning. He was 80.