May 11, 2017
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Major Bahamian law firms yesterday revealed the COVID-19 pandemic has forced them to temporarily lay-off staff, with one saying: "We haven't received a single fee in four weeks."
The DNA’s ex-leader yesterday urged the government to defer business licence and National Insurance Board (NIB) payments for two months to “ease the strain” on businesses and employees.Branville McCartney told Tribune Business that the Minnis adminis
FORMER State Immigration Minister Branville McCartney thinks undocumented migrants who were displaced by Hurricane Dorian should be given provisional status as a measure for the government to get a handle on an illegal migration problem that could easily spiral out of control.
THE DNA’s ex-leader yesterday told the government it must “walk and chew gum at the same time” by reducing the deficit and stimulating economic growth, slamming the 2019-2020 budget as the “same old, same old”.
THE DNA’s former leader yesterday urged the government to “be bold” and target medical marijuana and a national lottery as industries that can deliver a $1bn economic boost.
The Bahamian economy’s welfare must be “paramount” when the prime minister meets Donald Trump today, an ex-DNA leader warning: “We can’t afford any more hits.”
The Bahamas has been “left in a Mickey Mouse state of governance” by the continuing silence over the Renward Wells Letter of Intent (LOI) controversy, the DNA’s ex-leader blasted yesterday.
The Bahamas was yesterday warned “it is not in the clear” despite international media reports suggesting it has escaped the European Union (EU) tax “blacklist” due to be announced today.
The Democratic National Alliance’s ex-leader yesterday urged The Bahamas to “draw the line in the sand” against blacklisting-type actions, and tell the European Union (EU): “To hell with you.”
The DNA’s ex-leader yesterday blasted that his ongoing two-and-a-half year wait for an aviation charter licence proves “doing business in The Bahamas is a nightmare”. Branville McCartney, pictured, told Tribune Business that he “lives every day” what
The Bahamas was yesterday urged to explore alternative industries to its “crushed” financial services sector, the DNA’s former leader warning: “Let’s not fool ourselves.”Branville McCartney told Tribune Business that this nation was “complying itself
FORMER Minister of State for Immigration Branville McCartney said yesterday inefficiencies at the Department of Immigration will play a significant role in the efficacy and humanity of the government’s increased enforcement measures.Mr McCartney, who
ALTHOUGH the Democratic National Alliance (DNA) failed to win any seats in the general election or capture a significant portion of the votes, party Leader Branville McCartney last night insisted that it “will go on” but said his future at its helm will be determined by party executives.