Former Bahamas Chamber of Commerce President and current Senator Tanya Wright has publicly come out in support of government’s plan to sell 51% of BTC to Cable & Wireless.
Monthly Archives: December 2010
Bahamian trade unions have stepped up their fight against the sale of 51 percent of the Bahamas Telecommunications Company (BTC) to Cable and Wireless Communications (CWC).
Christmas has come early to Harbour Island in the Bahamas… property developers Sunset Harbour Resorts are giving away a 120′ dock slip with the sale of one of their exclusive new homes on the island.
The Government has implemented special initiatives to help ease the financial burden of persons who became unemployed or were placed on reduced working hours, as a result of the worldwide economic crisis, which also impacted The Bahamas.
Ambassador of Switzerland paid a courtesy call to the Bahamas’ Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs and Immigration – discussions focused on recent achievements between both governments on a number of multilateral issues.
The proud Bahamian tradition of Junkanoo, often taken for granted by some, is a unique gift that not only displays the artistic talents of our people, but also speaks to the strong cultural achievements and aspirations of the nation.
The annual auction held by the Bahamas Hotel Association (BHA) has “exceeded expectations” this year, with its Executive Vice-president Frank Comito attributing its success to a decision to offer the bidding online.
The new wave of hi-end pleasure based investments has already started among those in the know. With Harbour Island in the Bahamas grabbing the spotlight again as one of the most desirable places on earth to call home according to HGTV, America’s leading lifestyle programme, the tell tale signs that investor confidence is back are starting to show.
The PLP manipulators and the union leaders are using the workers to serve the purposes of a small group who constitute the new PLP Oligarchy, and their chief objective is to enrich themselves.