THE government’s decision to revert to the previous definition of ‘owner occupied’ properties may have saved ‘hundreds of millions of dollars’ in real estate value and helped to preserve investor trust in The Bahamas the Bahamas Real Estate Associati
THE establishment of a national lottery could provide the additional revenue to address budgetary shortfalls in areas such as education and social assistance according to an ex-tourism minister who urged the government not to hesitate.Obie Wilchcombe
Outback Bahamas plans to invest some $2 million on a second restaurant on New Providence.Since July 2013, the Outback Steakhouse Brand has been serving up Aussie inspired food favourites with a Bahamian twist. Through the continued support of its lo
If you have never met a “genie outside of a bottle” I would say you have not met this brilliant and creative young lady who answers to the name Jerdeshia Moxey. This assertive gal does not own a magic wand, rub a bottle, nor does she pull rabbits fro
Young Kwsaind Turnquest made one of the best decisions when he decided to sacrifice his summer vacation to participate in the Information and Communication Technology Summer Youth Programme at The Bahamas Technical and Vocational Institute (BTVI).Kws
THE government intends to revert to the previous definition of owner-occupied properties that was in effect up until June of this year, Finance Minister Peter Turnquest said yesterday.
A BAHAMAS-based Fintech firm is aiming to accelerate the inclusion of the “under-banked and unbanked” across The Bahamas via a platform which will unite all financial services into a singular platform, its founder and chief executive revealing plans
BAHAMAS Power & Light’s top executive said yesterday he envisages at least five islands operating as “stand-alone” operations, describing such a move as ‘healthy’ for the utility.
OPPOSITION Leader Philip “Brave” Davis says the Minnis administration’s witch-hunt against the Progressive Liberal Party is continuing, with its most recent target being former Financial Secretary Simon Wilson.Contrary to a report in The Punch yester
Public Works Minister Desmond Bannister addressed key senior tourism officials and executives at a recent BHTA meeting.Minister Bannister provided attendees with an insight into the “short, medium and long-term goals to address the cost and reliabili
GOVERNMENT is acting on poor advice and setting a terrible precedent over its decision not to demolish some shanty town buildings simply because they are up to code, Bahamian architects have warned, telling Tribune Business that all developments shou
THE Securities Commission of The Bahamas is investigating possible Bahamian links to the arrest in Miami, Florida of German private banker Matthias Krull, who was recently charged in the United States in connection with an alleged scheme to launder m
THE country’s two major communications players have been given until month’s end to “amend and resubmit” revised resale broadband offers to the Utilities Regulation and Competition Authority (URCA).The regulator in its recently released Final Determi
THE country’s major resorts are looking to a “healthy” fourth quarter, having witnessed positive gains over the first six months of the year. Carlton Russell, the Bahamas Hotel and Tourism Association’s (BHTA) president, speaking on the sidelines of
AN advocacy group is blasting what it describes as a “disconnect” between the Canadian commercial banks and the needs of their customers, while urging the Central Bank to facilitate a system which addresses the needs of both sides. Dr Denotrah Arche