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A Cabinet Minister yesterday said he expects the General Post Office’s relocation to be completed before Christmas, adding that it would be “inconceivable” to allow its woes to continue into the New Year.Speaking outside Parliament after tabling a re
The Opposition’s deputy leader yesterday said it was “inconceivable” that a project such as BAMSI had not been subject to proper oversight, calling it “unacceptable” that taxpayers may be exposed to $3 million in additional costs as a result of the fire-damaged dormitory.
A Cabinet minister yesterday urged Bahamians to “grasp the simple yet inconceivable reality that there will be no tourists” visiting this nation for at least two to three months.Dionisio D’Aguilar, pictured, minister of tourism and aviation, sought i
The Taliban has control of Afghanistan once again. The power elites throughout the globe will act as though this is a surprise to them, inconceivable, unplanned and unwanted. The Taliban will consolidate its power in one of three ways.
Jerome Fitzgerald will not question the Attorney General’s decision to withhold the damning report from the residents of Marathon, and by extension, the Bahamian people at large.
The MINISTER of tourism yesterday expressed dismay at what he described as a lack of creativity among Bahamian businesses in enhancing the visitor experience, slamming the tourism dollar leakage as “pathetic”.Dionisio D’Aguilar, addressing the Bahama
A former Bahamian Contractors Association (BCA) president yesterday warned it would be “beyond stupid” to permit China Construction America (CCA) to finish Baha Mar without local creditors first being ‘made whole’.
The Bahamas Oil Refining Company (BORCO) yesterday lost its battle to gain $22 million in damages from the owners of an oil tanker that caused “substantial damage” by crashing into one of its jetties.
The Government and Cable & Wireless Communications (CWC) are now aiming to conclude their ‘2 per cent’ deal over the Bahamas Telecommunications Company (BTC) on July 21, Tribune Business has been told.
THERE has been no slowdown so far in bookings after the US Centers for Disease Control raised the COVID risk rating for The Bahamas to level two - but hoteliers are on the alert as new subvariants are spreading in the US and could reach our shores.
HACKERS STRIKE AT GOVT SYSTEM: Russians and Bulgarians behind cyber raid on key banking and personal data
The Government is "betwixt and between" over the Registrar General's Department's cyber security woes after being forced to again shut down its online database following fresh hacking attempts.
A well-known businessman yesterday urged Standard & Poor’s (S&P) not to “rush to judgment” and downgrade the Bahamas as a result of the Baha Mar impasse, adding that the only thing this country is losing is “time”.
EDITOR, The Tribune.
Is the Prime Minister seeking to mislead Bahamian workers into believing that he did not receive prior notice of plans to terminate 140 workers from the Baha Mar? If that is so, I do not believe him.
CUBAN exile group leader Ramon Sanchez has offered to assist Bahamian officials in conducting a fair and transparent trial of the RBDF officers accused of abusing Cuban detainees at the Carmichael Road Detention Centre.
My sentiments are more about common sense than personalities.
A MAGISTRATE yesterday convicted a man who was caught riding around in a car with two loaded guns.
A VIDEO circulating on social media showing a man brutally killing a sea turtle, believed to be in The Bahamas, is drawing outrage from animal activists and calls for a Royal Bahamas Police Force investigation.
The Minister of Tourism has slammed a major cruise ship operator for trying “to blackmail the Government of the Bahamas” over negotiations for a longer term deal for its Freeport service.
FNM Chairman Charles Maynard said yesterday the party is “saddened” but the depths the PLP has sunk in an effort to “denigrate” former Prime Minister Hubert Ingraham.