THE College of the Bahamas Union of Students yesterday requested financial transparency and fairness at the institution in the wake of the cancellation of the fall graduation ceremony.
TWO police officers have been violently attacked in separate incidents – one by a female student at a high school in Freeport.
A leading accountant yesterday urged the Government not to enact reforms that would increase the existing 30-40 per cent tax burden on Bahamians, warning that many were “at their breaking point right now”.
THE Ministry of Education plans to implement a new sector to its Sports Unit geared toward making scholarship opportunities more accessible to a wider cross sect
A NUMBER of high school seniors are poised to chase lofty expectations, drawing comparisons to an historic group of players from the 1970s.
A HOST of events are taking place this weekend in Eleuthera to celebrate Earth Day.
THE Bahamas Hotel Association's (BHA) president is "confident" this nation will be approaching the two million stopover visitor mark before 2022, believing a study on the industry's economic impact has underestimated the $2.6 billion Baha Mar project's post-2014 impact.
THE Bahamian tourism industry is reaping "huge psychological value" from visitor numbers tracking 10 per cent ahead of 2011 and on target to pass the six million mark for 2012, with April the first month "solidly ahead" of pre-recession comparatives.
By NATARIO McKENZIE Tribune Business Reporter email@example.com MORE industrial action is imminent if an amicable resolution is not reached within the next few days on outstanding issues raised by the Bahamas Air Traffic Controllers Union (BATCU
By NATARIO McKENZIE Tribune Business Reporter firstname.lastname@example.org The trade union representing City Markets' line staff is urgently seeking clarification from the Finlayson family over claims that the embattled fiv