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Bimini Bay facing homeowners revolt

The Bimini Bay Resort is facing a homeowners revolt in the Supreme Court, with multiple purchasers voicing concerns over how their properties and multi-million dollar maintenance fee sums are being managed.

THE BIGGER PICTURE ON LOCAL BUYING

By Ian Ferguson The expression 'Buy Bahamian' was uttered many years ago in a desperate plea to encourage locals to support, and buy goods and services, produced in the Bahamas. I believe it was Cleveland Eneas who once jokingly declared that Bahamians w

THE BIGGER PICTURE ON LOCAL BUYING

By Ian Ferguson The expression 'Buy Bahamian' was uttered many years ago in a desperate plea to encourage locals to support, and buy goods and services, produced in the Bahamas. I believe it was Cleveland Eneas who once jokingly declared that Bahamians w

THE BIGGER PICTURE ON LOCAL BUYING

By Ian Ferguson The expression 'Buy Bahamian' was uttered many years ago in a desperate plea to encourage locals to support, and buy goods and services, produced in the Bahamas. I believe it was Cleveland Eneas who once jokingly declared that Bahamians w

THE BIGGER PICTURE ON LOCAL BUYING

By Ian Ferguson The expression 'Buy Bahamian' was uttered many years ago in a desperate plea to encourage locals to support, and buy goods and services, produced in the Bahamas. I believe it was Cleveland Eneas who once jokingly declared that Bahamians w

THE BIGGER PICTURE ON LOCAL BUYING

By Ian Ferguson The expression 'Buy Bahamian' was uttered many years ago in a desperate plea to encourage locals to support, and buy goods and services, produced in the Bahamas. I believe it was Cleveland Eneas who once jokingly declared that Bahamians w

BROKERS 'CUT OUT' OF HOMEOWNERS INSURANCE MARKET

By NEIL HARTNELL Tribune Business Editor The outgoing Bahamas Insurance Brokers Association's (BIBA) president has again complained that ties between commercial banks and large brokers are "cutting everyone else out" of the homeowners insurance market, w

Local dive operators reject foreign ‘double tax’ offer

A foreign dive operator’s offer to pay double the legal charter fee has been rejected by his top Bahamian counterparts, who argue that this sum pales against the “30 per cent or more of revenue” that they pay in taxes.

INSURERS FEAR PREMIUMS 'DOUBLING, QUADRUPLING'

By NEIL HARTNELL Tribune Business Editor Bahamian general insurance underwriters yesterday warned that newly-passed amendments to the Road Traffic Act could result in motor vehicle premiums "doubling, tripling, quadrupling", with some types of coverage w

INSURERS FEAR PREMIUMS 'DOUBLING, QUADRUPLING'

By NEIL HARTNELL Tribune Business Editor Bahamian general insurance underwriters yesterday warned that newly-passed amendments to the Road Traffic Act could result in motor vehicle premiums "doubling, tripling, quadrupling", with some types of coverage w

INSURERS FEAR PREMIUMS 'DOUBLING, QUADRUPLING'

By NEIL HARTNELL Tribune Business Editor Bahamian general insurance underwriters yesterday warned that newly-passed amendments to the Road Traffic Act could result in motor vehicle premiums "doubling, tripling, quadrupling", with some types of coverage w

INSURERS FEAR PREMIUMS 'DOUBLING, QUADRUPLING'

By NEIL HARTNELL Tribune Business Editor Bahamian general insurance underwriters yesterday warned that newly-passed amendments to the Road Traffic Act could result in motor vehicle premiums "doubling, tripling, quadrupling", with some types of coverage w

Port licensees' 'left at mercy' of Customs

By NEIL HARTNELL Tribune Business Editor The Supreme Court has left Grand Bahama Port Authority (GBPA) licensees and their $80-$120 million 'bonded economy' "without any recourse" against alleged Customs abuses, a leading QC telling Tribune Business he w