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I understand that they had another All About Ingraham PLP Rally last night in Nassau. They seem to think that ďitís all about meĒ. They clearly donít understand that itís all about you, the Bahamian people. They believe that itís all about me because I am standing in their way.
Resorts World Bimini admitted on Friday that it had started construction on a controversial jetty for which it has yet to receive construction permits, but claimed that the only work to date involved "test-driving pylons, which can be removed"...
Direct ferry service from the US to Bimini will miss its summer launch goal, but the necessary dredging project that would allow the ferry to access the island's government dock is now gearing-up.
Leslie Bethel, president of tourism and travel consultancy firm Notarc Management Group, told Guardian Business yesterday that stakeholders in the ferry project are investing several million dollars in t...
THE weekend's blackout will cost taxpayers half a million dollars, according to Bahamas Electricity Chairman Leslie Miller who added that the "catastrophic" incident could have easily been prevented if employees had done their job.
Orlando, Florida - major renewable energy firm in the U.S. is eyeing up to $60 million in Bahamian sales, as it enters into discussions for residential and commercial projects. BlueChip Energy, located 30 minutes from Orlando, played host to a Bahamian and U.S. delegation and provided a tour of the facility.
The man Tall Pines MP Leslie Miller claimed is responsible for the 2002 murder of his son Mario yesterday denied the "scurrilous remarks" and challenged Miller to make his claims outside Parliament where he has no legal protection.
"I had absolutely nothing to do with Mr. Miller's son's death in any form," Dion Bowe told The Nassau Guardian in an interview at the office of his attorney, Wayne M...
With all eyes fixed on Baha Mar, the government cannot allow vital overhauls to the Bahamas Electricity Corporation (BEC) to be "swept under the rug" as the country braces for the summer months, according to Bahamas Chamber of Commerce and Employers Confederation (BCCEC) Chairman Gowon Bowe.