RETIED banker, economist and patriot Alfred Jarrett, pictured, died early yesterday morning after a massive heart attack.
FIRST let me open by saying thank you Jesus, King of Endless Glory, who reigns in Heaven, for allowing me to see another NFL season, and for positioning ‘our’ Dallas Cowboys (Yes, God is a Cowboy, thus the retractable roof in the stadium, we leave it open so God can watch His team, the Cowboys, play) on the threshold of another Lombardi Trophy!
HERE we go, week three in the NFL and after a 12-4 week it seems I’m rounding into form.
OKAY, let’s get this one out of the way. Despite my Cowboys losing for only the second time this season, again to the Giants, my trip to New York was far from being in vain!
Bahamians must realise that “terrific returns equal terrific risk” to protect themselves against fraudulent investment schemes, the Central Bank’s governor has warned.
BOB Clutter, co-owner of GB Express, is “seriously considering” continuing its air-cargo express service in Freeport following recent discussions with the government about air freight customs procedures that would relieve some costs for air couriers.
THE Securities Commission of The Bahamas yesterday referred its findings on the Pineapple Express Asue Holders difficulties to police, officially classifying the self-proclaimed “asue” business as an alleged Ponzi or pyramid scheme.
THE return of a major US tour operator to Grand Bahama will provide much-needed airlift to the island by May of this year.According to a statement issued by the Ministry of Tourism this week, Vacation Express, based in Atlanta, has indicated it will
Bank of The Bahamas International yesterday said neither it nor its merchant clients will not be subject to the ‘28 per cent withholding tax’ that has begun to impact credit card transactions with firms who did not report their non-US status by December 31, 2012.
THE Emerald Express, with a crew of eight, was on its way from Great Inagua to Fort Lauderdale when it was caught at sea by Hurricane Joaquin on October 1 near Acklins and Crooked Island.
The Holiday Inn Express resort will create 45 “direct’ jobs when it opens on West Bay Street this month, its owner and manager revealed yesterday.Sameer Damji, managing director of the Eclipse Hotels Group, confirmed to Tribune Business that the West
A Grand Bahama-based courier service is blaming Customs’ “virtually impossible demands” for its decision to close on July 31 after 22 years in business. GB Express, in a letter to its customers last week, said it was “impractical” to continue operat
THE Securities Commission has warned the public that local “asue” business Pineapple Express Asue Holders should be viewed as “unsafe and very high risk” and advised members of the public to “exercise extreme caution when considering to engage with this entity or persons soliciting membership.”
DHL Express, the global delivery company, has opened a new 9,578 square foot facility in Nassau to integrate its Bahamian operations into one location.
Grand Bahama’s already-reeling tourism economy was this week dealt a fresh blow after its “largest supplier of room nights” and stopover visitors announced it was cancelling all services to the island for summer 2017.
THE government of the Bahamas and the official opposition have both expressed outrage at the attack on the American Consulate in Benghazi, Libya that claimed the life of US Ambassador J Christopher Stevens and three embassy staff members.
Grand Bahama’s hotel industry has lost 30 per cent of its summer market due to Vacation Express’s pull-out, the island’s Tourism Board chairman yesterday warning that the sector faced a “devastating” 2017.
Trinidad and Tobago Karate Federation expresses condolences to the family, students of Grand Master Junior Wharton
THE executive and members of the Trinidad and Tobago Karate Federation (TTKF) expressed condolences to the family and students of Grand Master (GM) Junior Wharton, 10th Dan.
Senator Dr Michael Darville has expressed his gratitude to the staff at Doctor’s Hospital after he tested positive for COVID-19.
ONE resident of Exuma is urging Prime Minister Perry Christie and the Constituencies Commission to establish a second seat on his island, as he expressed support for former Exuma MP George Smith receiving a nomination for the area.