The hotel union will “not talk for much longer” in seeking a resolution to its dispute with Atlantis, its president yesterday pledging: “We won’t allow them to dictate to us.”
Super Value’s principal yesterday said he will be “very disappointed if thousands” of shoppers fail to get COVID-vaccinated at two of his stores this weekend, adding: “We must get to 100 percent.”
The Democratic National Alliance’s (DNA) leader yesterday lamented that too few Bahamians understand the ‘junk’ downgrade’s significance, and will only wake-up when Miami shopping trips are priced beyond their means.
A DAY after announcing a seven-day immediate lockdown for New Providence, Prime Minister Dr Hubert Minnis has reversed the harsh measures, allowing food stores, pharmacies, water depots, gas stations and hardware stores to open from 6am to 9pm beginning Wednesday.
DEPUTY Prime Minister Peter Turnquest should quit deflecting blame for his administration’s bad budgeting decisions, Progressive Liberal Party Deputy Leader Chester Cooper said yesterday.Last week, the government halted its implementation of a new sl
CABINET will today decide when webshop legislation will be brought before Parliament, according to National Security Minister Dr Bernard Nottage. The government intends to regulate the sector and has said taxes on the industry will be retroactive to July 1.
Several web shops yesterday "lit the candle under" their attorney to file legal action against the Government by tomorrow "at the latest" over their continuing COVID-19 closure.
Fowlco, a newly-formed Freeport logistics company, has struck an alliance with international global logistics provider, Blue Water Shipping.The new venture, Fowlco Blue Water, will offer “end-to-end services” to all cruise lines and ship owners as pa
DETERMINED For Absolute Change, a new civic organisation based in Grand Bahama, strongly disapproves of the increase in value added tax by the government and is organising a march in Freeport tomorrow to protest it. Troy Garvey, chairman of DFAC, sa
Island Luck’s attorney yesterday warned that the web shop tax hikes place The Bahamas “in clear and present danger” of violating the European Union’s (EU) anti-tax evasion offensive.
PRIME Minister Dr Hubert Minnis has said he is not considering a snap election, stressing his government is focused on saving lives amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Grand Bahama Port Authority (GBPA) is urging the Supreme Court not to permit a web shop operator’s Judicial Review to become a “watershed case” against it.
BISX-listed AML Foods yesterday unveiled a joint venture to bring its Solomon’s concept to southeastern New Providence and become “the address in the east”.
THE Bahamas recorded 110 additional COVID-19 cases on Wednesday, pushing the nation’s count up to press time to a staggering 1,923.
A group of almost 50 Bahamians who will be travelling to Dubai, United Arab Emirates in October recetly met with The Bahamas’s non-resident Ambassador to UAE and Qatar, H.E. Tony Joudi.
The Water & Sewerage Corporation’s water supply contracts are “not good enough”, its chairman revealing many consist of just a two-page Letter of Acceptance.
EDITOR, The Tribune.
THE owners/developers behind the million dollar state-of the art Bay Street Marina hope to have it powered up soon, describing the development as an “anchor” in the city of Nassau’s revitalisation plans.
A property critical to Bay Street’s revitalisation is on the market for $17.9 million, its realtor telling Tribune Business: “We want to bring life back into the city”.
The Christie Administration is badly off course on a number of issues. It is becoming more obvious each and every day that there needs to be a focus and dedicated attention to those bread and butter issues which really matter to the average Bahamian.