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VAT holiday push-back brings frustration

THE government’s decision to push back the VAT Holiday for back-to-school shopping was criticised by the Free National Movement and has caused frustration among some parents.

School supplies vat holiday gives boost for retailers

RETAILERS are gearing up to take advantage of the late renewal of the Value Added Tax (VAT) holiday for school supplies.

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Shelter - we can’t take any more animals

THE Bahamas Humane Society has announced it is currently unable to accept stray or owner surrendered animals. This will continue to be the case until BHS is able to find homes for the animals it now has leaving additional room to accommodate new intake.

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INSIGHT: Acklins gives up its WW2 secrets - in just a few hours

Found them. As extraordinary as it is, it’s really that simple.

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Consumers still struggle with costs

CONSUMERS faced with inflationary costs say they are doing their best to cope.

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Musicians to host weekend concert

Bahamian musicians, producers and community activists Paul and Tanya Hanna are to host a concert this weekend, titled Gratitude.

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Overdue revamp coming for business legislation

The Attorney General said yesterday that part of the government’s upcoming legislative agenda will be bringing “company laws up to date”.

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‘No future’ for Freeport’s Bazaar which nobody wants

THE Grand Bahama Chamber of Commerce president says he is not surprised fires continually happen at the International Bazaar because vagrants have moved in and no one wants to take full ownership of the “derelict” property.

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Opposition leader warns of taxes, inflation ‘double whammy’

THE Leader of the Opposition has criticized government on its late fiscal snapshot report and warned of a “double whammy” of high taxes and higher priced goods.