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DEMOLITION activities began in the All Saints Way shanty town yesterday.
The Government was yesterday urged to “prove the IMF wrong” over its deficit blow-out forecast with this nation’s top finance official revealing all major revenue lines are enjoying “double digit” growth.
Commonwealth Brewery yesterday suffered a reversal as the Court of Appeal sided with Budweiser’s global parent in the dispute over the termination of their 40-year Bahamian distribution deal.
The Opposition’s finance spokesman yesterday argued the IMF’s deficit warning should serve as “a wake-up call” for the Government not to waste “record-breaking revenues”.
The Bahamas was yesterday urged “not to have a rush of blood” in moving too swiftly on corporate income tax as the Government inches towards issuing a ‘white paper’ on the subject.
The Government narrowly missed its deficit target for the recently closed 2022-2023 fiscal year despite a near-$160m undershoot on its VAT forecast, it was revealed yesterday.
A SUPREME Court judge granted officers in the Azario Major killing leave to appeal the Coroner Court’s homicide by manslaughter ruling.
A 29-year-old man set his 54-year-old and 74-year-old uncle and mother on fire at a residence on Gibbs Corner yesterday.
CARLOS Reid, a consultant in the Ministry of National Security, said 42 percent of the people killed this year were on bail.
PRIME Minister Philip “Brave” Davis has said he was shocked by the International Monetary Fund’s conclusion that government spending this fiscal year will outpace revenue by almost three times its projections.
As they all watched the FIBA Olympic Qualifying Tournaments 2024 draw unfold on Monday, assistant coach Moses Johnson said they are thrilled with the pool the Bahamas national men’s basketball team was placed in.
ON Monday night, the Leno Regulators and Discount Distributors Rockets pulled off wins in division one and two men’s basketball action for the New Providence Basketball Association (NPBA) at the CI Gibson Gymnasium.
THE Fourteen Clubs Golf Academy’s Front 9 golf tournament series got underway for the first time since the COVID-19 pandemic this weekend at the Bahamas Golf Federation’s practice facility.
ALTHOUGH there was a big separation in between her performances, former Bahamian female teenage middle distance runner Kim Rolle-Valente is now making waves as a married mother as she flexes her physique on stage as a highly acclaimed British professional bodybuilder.
A SENIOR engineer at the Water and Sewerage Corporation (WSC) who has given testimony harmful to Adrian Gibson and his co-accused admitted police questioned her for suspected fraud last year.
HE may only be in the sixth grade, but Neeson Williams is already becoming a leader in his community. He has proven that no matter how young you are, you can do amazing things that make a difference in the lives of others.
POLICE are investigating two attempted suicides – one involving a 16-year- old cruise ship passenger and the other an adult woman in Grand Bahama on Sunday.
AGRICULTURE and Marine Resources Minister Jomo Campbell applauded the launch of the Access Accelerator food security initiative, which provides $40,000 grants for agricultural and fishing businesses.
Bahamian resorts are poised for an up to 10 percent year-over-year increase in business volumes for the 2024 first quarter, it was revealed yesterday, with the sector’s “greatest opportunity” still untapped.
The largest shareholding in Bahamas First may soon change hands with the potential buyer already signalling its desire to expand that ownership interest beyond the initial 20 percent.