The government of The Bahamas is making itself an enemy of our state of being, depriving us of ownership in our economy (BTC), weakening our border protection (Defence Force redeployment) and threatening our livelihood by implementing Value Added Tax (VAT).
Monthly Archives: June 2013
A former landmark rescued for renovations by a local artist has reportedly been sold as scrap metal and shipped off the island.
Is the Bahamas Mortgage Corporation a liberator, providing affordable ‘low-cost’ housing, or is it an albatross to mortgagees and taxpayers?
Bahamas Electricity Corporation (BEC) Executive Chairman Leslie Miller warned major hotels and large commercial consumers to either pay up or face disconnection, as the corporation clamps down on arrears.
Police arrested a 50-year-old mother and her three sons after they were allegedly found with stolen items earlier this week.
A jury unanimously convicted a man of a shooting that happened six years ago, when Perry Rolle shot Harold Louis during a dispute on January 26, 2007.
Fifteen children between the ages of seven and 12 got a chance to create a Hallmark moment in a photography workshop with a world-famous photographer and all the equipment they needed donated by the Bahamian Project this week.
To mark the 40th Independence Anniversary, The Bahamas Telecommunications Company (BTC) is investing over $320,000 in community programmes and charitable causes.
A group of residents from Grand Bahama are speaking out over the lack of a fire station, the number of working fire hydrants, fire trucks and adequate manpower on their island.