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Despite promises by government officials earlier this month that cheaper energy bills were on the way, Minister of State for the Environment Phenton Neymour said he does not anticipate any significant reduction in the Bahamas Electricity Corporation's (BEC's) fuel charge in the near future.
During the first week of October, Environment Minister Earl Deveaux said that overhauls made to BEC's Clift...
By ALISON LOWE
The Government has met with the major oil companies as it moves towards a decision on whether to grant an increase in the mark-up retailers can add to the price of gas and diesel, asking for wholesalers to provide information to help it come to a conclusion on the matter.
Valentino Bain, country manager for Esso, confirmed that both he and...
The 2011 Ford Explorer has a fresh look and is bigger and better than its predecessors, but is that enough to crown it the favorite SUV among Bahamians again?
A few years ago, without question, the Explorer was the most popular SUV among Bahamians, but other car companies like Kia and Toyota released models that provided competition in that market. While “gas guzzlers” may not be the ...
By NEIL HARTNELL
Tribune Business Editor
The Bahamas' "ability to innovate and modernise this economy" is being held back through a tendency to "make decisions based on downside risk, not upside potential", the Bahamas Chamber of Commerce's president warned yesterday, urging this nation to revisit industries such as agriculture and LNG to get commerce moving.
Khaalis Rolle told Tribune Business...
Depending on where you start it takes some extra effort to get to Hope Town. If you have made it as far as Marsh Harbour, Abaco then it's just one more boat ride to Elbow Cay.
Once you get off the ferry there is a lot to take in and it's all packed tightly together. In Hope Town, the scale of the world has shrunk to fit life's usual characters and places into a fraction of the space. The peopl...
There's nothing like carrying a pee bottle to remind you of your personal impact on the environment.
Staffers with the National Science Foundation's U.S. Antarctic Program (USAP) mentioned pee bottles during an environmental awareness lecture for our seven-person media group when we got to McMurdo Station, Antarctica, in January.