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ATTORNEY Fred Smith says the property rights of residents from The Mudd and Pigeon Peas survived Hurricane Dorian's destruction of buildings in their communities.
It is this diversity that makes me say that Grand Bahama’s economic picture is spotty. While areas of the industrial sector, which rely primarily on clients outside of The Bahamas, are holding their own, despite the significant aftershocks of the recent global economic and financial crisis, the tourism and construction sectors continue to underperform. Tourism, however, has yet another spotty pict...
Free National Movement (FNM) Leader Dr. Hubert Minnis last night accused Prime Minister Perry Christie of throwing Minister of State for Finance Michael Halkitis "under the bus" while commenting on leaders being accountable for the state of the economy.
While speaking at the renaming ceremony of a portion of Thompson Boulevard to University Drive on Monday, Christie said, "Even though I have a bri...
ISLAND Luck's OWN Bahamas Programme has been described as a "lifesaver" for budding entrepreneurs like Youlette Etienne and others who have been recipients of grant money to launch their own businesses.
Remarks by Rt. Hon. Hubert A. Ingraham Prime Minister Commonwealth of The Bahamas Business Contacts Luncheon Petroleum Club
By ALISON LOWE
Developers of the multi-million dollar Schooner Bay community on Abaco intend to begin construction on residential and commercial buildings in the New Year, with expectations of employing an additional 40-60 construction workers by 2011 year-end
Forty-five lots have been sold in the Great Abaco Island development over the last year-and-a-h...
"I sacrificed my career" Millenium Cleaners & Wholesale Products owner takes a risk to start her own business
By: Jhanae Winter
Vandesha Whyte took a leap of faith and birthed her business Millenium Cleaners & Wholesale Products in 2020 during the height of the pandemic.
DPM Turnquest Explains Extended Relief Measures Specific to the Hurricane-Ridden Islands in 2020/21 Budget
Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Finance the Hon. K. Peter Turnquest stated that in the Governmentâ€™s Fiscal Adjustment Plan following Hurricane Dorian, it outlined that the impact of the storm would last for a few years...
While both domestic and global construction standards have evolved over the years, traditional building may not be the best way forward with the increased strength of Category 5 storms...
More than a month has passed since Hurricane Dorian ravaged the northern Bahamas. As I stand before this Honourable House today, my heart remains heavy knowing the trauma that so many suffered; the long road ahead to heal the lives that have been shattered and to rebuild the devastated communities...