Shouldn’t Dr Minnis have to answer to us all as to where our National Finances are 100 percent to our national economy?
I am delighted that Sir Arthur’s image will adorn our one hundred dollar currency note, but wondering why we have never taken that next little step and issued a Five Hundred Dollar note.
The Bahamas must see “the writing on the wall” and get ahead of the worldwide 15 percent minimum corporate tax push by enacting reforms for its own benefit, a top banker said yesterday.
There has been a lot of chatter in the news and on talk shows about our national treasure and the need for a Sovereign Wealth Fund, and it has become tiresome listening to all the banter around Aragonite.
THE Ministry of Health and Wellness has advised that “due to diminishing supplies”, first doses of the Pfizer vaccine will no longer be offered effective Thursday.
What’s the national sport of The Bahamas? - Tribune Wednesday, 6th April.
A former prime minister yesterday warned that COVID-19 has “only strengthened the resolve” of major nations to eliminate the competitive threat posed by The Bahamas and other Caribbean countries.
A FORMER Bahamas senior’s men’s national team player will make the move from the court to the sidelines as he joins the staff of his hometown NBA franchise.
EDUCATION Minister Jeff Lloyd revealed yesterday that the number of BGCSE students receiving A, B and C grades this year increased by more than 10 percent compared with 2019.
THE Bahamas Union of Teachers is concerned about the capacity of the Ministry of Health and Wellness to facilitate proper contract tracing in the face of COVID-19 cases in schools and communities.
The Prime Minister has renewed The Bahamas’ call for the United Nations to take more responsibility for overseeing tax and anti-financial crime initiatives that have battered its financial industry for two decades.
FORMER Minister of Disaster Preparedness, Management and Reconstruction Iram Lewis, the member of Parliament for Central Grand Bahama, announced yesterday that he is running for leader of the Free National Movement.
As an interested party in the resurrection of this ancient road/lane (Eastern Cemetery Lane), about which a Ministry of Works notice appearing in yesterday’s Tribune proposes that it be renamed to Harbourside Way.
Zane Knowles expected to take Hungary’s Zalakerámia ZTE KK basketball club by storm this season, but a possible life threatening injury - discovered by happenstance - sidelined those plans for the immediate future.
The Bahamas will lose its position as a digital assets leader and the potential economic “upswing” if it fails to shed its ‘tax haven’ label, a Bahamian financial services provider warned yesterday.
Those of us who operate travel agencies in my part of the northeastern United States recently held a virtual conference about the reopening of more tourism after the COVID-19 lockdowns.
A former Cabinet minister yesterday accused the Davis administration of “burying their head in the sand” to The Bahamas’ “detriment” on global tax moves that threaten to impact this nation.
A MAN and a teenager were yesterday charged with assaulting members of the police force in connection with an incident that was partly captured on a viral video showing what appears to be a plainclothes officer choking a woman outside a nightspot.
In an expected move in the National Basketball Association yesterday, Grand Bahamian Chavano “Buddy” Hield was traded from the Sacramento Kings to the Indiana Pacers in a two-team, six-player deal.
GARRETH Edgecombe and his Caldwell Community College men’s basketball team defeated USC-Salkehatchie 68-66 in the Division 1 Region 10/Atlantic District Tournament Championship Saturday afternoon in Hudson.