The Governments of The Bahamas and of Japan presented their compliments referring to the Agreement for the Exchange of Information for the Purpose of the Prevention of Fiscal Evasion and the Allocation of Rights of Taxation.
Monthly Archives: July 2011
Close to 700 Commonwealth Parliamentarians and parliamentary officials will meet in London over the coming week to mark the Centennial of the founding of the Commonwealth’s oldest organisation.
Attorney General John Delaney has filed a lawsuit against Progressive Liberal Party Chairman Bradley Roberts for defamation.
No matter how they try to pretty it up, or whatever lame excuses they make, Mark Finlayson and his merry band of business buffoons are going to run City Market into the ground.
Branville McCartney is “pandering” to xenophobic fears over illegal immigration in an effort to gain the support of the country’s voter base, said former Cabinet Minister George Smith.
Bahamas National Security Minister Tommy Turnquest publicly stated that the crooked cops who leaked gruesome crime scene photos had been “dealt with”, but Police Commissioner Greenslade says they haven’t.
Bahamas Electricity Corporation Chairman Michael Moss said that customers will see a reduction in their bills beginning October.
The close of the 2011 financial year revealed a near $14 million operating loss for City Markets which is struggling through a tough turnaround phase with little hope for profitability in the near future.
Spearfishing, if done sensibly, is a great way to catch a variety of fish and in places like the Bahamas, you can go down 50 feet clear into water.