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BOWLING RESULTS

THE top scorer in the Financial Bowling League competition Wednesday night was Sonith Lockhart of the Rubis Oil Stars with a 226 second high game and a 586 high three set. The runner-up was Chavez Thompson

Fox invited to spring training with Rays

LUCIUS Fox is set to begin his 2019 season at an elevated status and continues his progression through the Tampa Bay Rays organisation.

PM hails $250m hurricane hole

The prime minister has hailed Sterling Global Financial's $250m Hurricane Hole project as a sign of continuing investor confidence in the "world-class destination" of The Bahamas.

Losses preferred to disputes resolution

PARTIES to construction disputes often take a loss instead of spending time and money to resolve disputes, a Bahamian project consultant has disclosed.

Port unveils customer service mobile app

The Grand Bahama Port Authority (GBPA) has unveiled a mobile app designed to improve customer experiences and service at businesses across the island.

Governance and regulatory woes hurt renewables

Poor governance and regulatory challenges have been blamed for the failure to better integrate renewable energy into The Bahamas electricity mix, with investors unsure where they stand.The Inter-American Development Bank (IDB), outlining the terms of

Chamber blasts 'unfair' sugary drinks NHI tax

The Government’s plan to part-finance National Health Insurance (NHI) by singling out “sugary drinks” was yesterday blasted as “unfair”, amid calls for such “sin taxes” to be more widely based.The Bahamas Chamber of Commerce and Employers Confederati

DPM, Opposition trade fiscal hits

The Deputy Prime Minister and his PLP counterpart yesterday traded accusations of “ineptitude” over which party is to blame for The Bahamas’ fiscal crisis following the $105m deficit overshoot.The exchange between Chester Cooper, the Opposition’s fin

Inland Revenue's NHI policing role 'too much'

Making the Government’s main tax authority a policing agent for National Health Insurance (NHI) is “too much, too soon”, the Chamber of Commerce’s chairman warned yesterday.Michael Maura told Tribune Business yesterday that using the Department of In

Union tells govt: Protect BTC value for future sale

The Bahamas Telecommunications Company’s (BTC) line staff union has urged the Government to protect the value of its shareholding and commit to selling this to Bahamian investors.Dino Rolle, the Bahamas Communications and Public Officers Union’s (BCP

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