The Attorney General yesterday warned the web shop industry’s tax hold-outs they are on “very shaky ground” in failing to comply with the settlement agreed with the Government.
A SENIOR Grand Bahama Power Company executive yesterday voiced optimism that its $10m battery storage facility will prevent its major industrial customers “wreaking havoc in the grid”.
GRAND Bahama Power Company would need “20 times’” the size of its existing solar energy plant to achieve the Government’s “30 by 30” renewable goals, it was revealed yesterday.
THE Government yesterday unveiled multiple legislative changes to boost minority investor protections and enhance the competitiveness of the Bahamian capital markets.
A KEY agency in The Bahamas’ battle against financial crime had been “put away in a corner and forgotten about”, the deputy prime minister argued yesterday.
The Government has been urged to reject the proposed $580m South Abaco mixed-use resort project due to “tremendous concerns” over its “financial viability and environmental impact”.
The Bahamas must “challenge itself” to achieve higher GDP growth rates than the 2.1 percent expansion projected for 2019, the Chamber of Commerce’s chief executive has urged.
South Abaco’s MP has acknowledged that “huge environmental sensitivities” are associated with the proposed $580m mixed-use resort project proposed for his constituency.
The Court of Appeal has expressed “sheer incredulity” over a $30,117 compensation award to a former part-time BTVI instructor following the valid termination of her last two-year contract.
Baha Mar’s opening has driven a “resurgence” in the Cable Beach real estate market due to the desire of its senior executives to live close to work.
A Bahamian investor group has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) to take over management and restoration of key New Providence heritage sites.
RoyalStar Assurance and its Trinidadian partner are targeting a Caribbean acquisition that is expected to close before year-end 2019 as part of a regional expansion strategy.
A Bahamian security firm is now focusing on “raising the bar” for itself and wider industry after settling a legal battle with its former partner on the criminal ankle bracelet monitoring contract.
An Abaco realtor yesterday queried why the Government was “reinventing the wheel” with new multi-million dollar resort projects when existing ones were for sale at a fraction of these sums.
The Abaco Chamber of Commerce’s president says the fate of the $580m mixed-use resort project proposed for the island’s south will be decided by the environmental impact findings.