THE Baha Mar Resort will now join Atlantis Paradise Island as a vaccination centre free of charge for people registered starting today.
A CABINET minister said he is “not moved” if the owner of Compass Point resort wants to close the resort.
THE United Kingdom’s Economic Partnership Agreement with The Bahamas is under review due to the impact of climate change and COVID-19 challenges.
A REAL estate expert supports the government’s plans to develop the Western portion of New Providence as an affordable upscale subdivision for young Bahamians.
AN established watersports company is “frustrated” by having to turn away customers because the Port Authority won’t license their jet skis.
NASSAU Paradise Island Promotion Board (NPIPB) has reported a significant jump in interest in holidaying in The Bahamas.
A leading banker believes global growth projections mean nothing for The Bahamas and we should concentrate instead on the tour core tourism market of America.
THE extension of unemployment benefits by the government has been hailed as “fantastic” by a senior businessman who believes it will help stave off redundancies for many furloughed workers.
THE ShopLocal initiative will be extended through this month as the initiative’s director is looking for “the next big thing” to spur Bahamians into shopping at home.
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Bahamas Hotel and Tourism Association (BHTA) president said the US dropping its quarantine policy for vaccinated Americans returning from abroad is a “step in the right direction”.
Great Stirrup Cay management are “anxious” for Norwegian Cruise Line (NCL) to return to the cay after the cruise company announced it was resuming sailings in the Caribbean.
A local technology provider said the launch of the Computer Incident Response Team (CIRT) would allow the country to follow “global best practice” on cyber security.
The Centres for Disease Control in the US has issued new technical guidance for cruise lines looking to resume sailing in 2021.
A new rum distillery was held back by COVID-19’s impact last year but is now ready to showcase their business as a tourist attraction.