THE US government’s 2014 Investment Climate Statement on The Bahamas has certainly shaken the establishment as one by one PLP ministers come out of the woodwork, dragging their red herrings behind them, to discredit the statement.
A LEADING homeowner at Exuma’s controversy-torn Oceania Heights project yesterday expressed disappointment that just 27 per cent of property owners had to-date paid their 2014 maintenance fees, telling Tribune Business he and several others were “busting our ass to turn this around”.
The developers behind the proposed $110 million Port St George project on Long Island yesterday said they would “be surprised if something doesn’t move this year” on finding a joint venture partner to move the development forward.
THE COUNTRY’s 40th anniversary of independence was officially recognised on July 10, but celebrations have continued.
FOR photographer Ana Elisa Wassitsch, depicting the beauty of nature and the sea never gets old. The photographer had her first ever exhibit during the recently held Transforming Spaces Art Tour.
THE Bahamas Financial Services Board’s (BFSB) chief executive says a recent report showing the US was among world leaders for incorporating ‘untraceable shell’ companies “unequivocally disabuses the view that small international financial centres are loosely regulated”.
BAHAMAS SPEED Week’s president said yesterday that if the event could generate 2,000-3,000 room nights it would be “well worth it,” telling Tribune Business the entire thrust was putting “heads on beds”.
By NATARIO McKENZIE
TRIBUNE Features editor Noelle Nicolls was among a select group of Bahamians awarded grants for their community-based programmes engaging at-risk youth.
The five-year investment incentive limits previously placed on Bahamian manufacturers “took away a lifeline” when they needed it most, a government minister telling Tribune Business the move failed to increase the Public Treasury’s revenues.
Receivers have been forced to serve legal proceedings on a Paradise Island resident accused of committing a $22 million fraud via Deputy Prime Minister Philip Davis’s law firm, Tribune Business can reveal, as they seek to recover $7.1 million allegedly transferred to the Bahamas.
By PAUL LOGOTHETIS AP Sports Writer MADRID (AP) -- Barcelona got the better of archrival Real Madrid again Wednesday as Eric Abidal scored a rare goal to give his team a 2-1 win in the first leg of the Copa del Rey quarterfinals. Abidal chested down Lione
PLP failed to deliver in its frame EDITOR, The Tribune. I have heard many refer to election time as "silly season". But I only thought it was because the level of propaganda would escalate to extreme proportions. I have seen easily verifiable facts mis