I’m not sure why so many government officials seem short of patience about the recent independent research released by the Nassau Institute on the potential impact of VAT for The Bahamas.
Monthly Archives: September 2013
FNM Chairman Darron Cash says Bahamians should be worried about Prime Minister Perry Christie’s leadership ability based on his “rant” against former PM Hubert Ingraham at a recent public event.
The U.N. needs to develop mechanisms to govern offshore financial services in order to protect small offshore economies, Bahamas PM Perry Christie told the UN General Assembly this weekend.
Effort to refloat a Taiwanese tanker controlled by Formosa Plastics, off Grand Bahama, have failed for the third time.
A group of Canadian media and travel writers are telling their experiences about the island and Nassau, as Exuma moves to further boost its tourism product.
Privately contracted court reporters refused to work over compensation issues.
US federal agents and Bahamian police seized about 67 bales of marijuana near the island of Exuma – over $2 million worth.
Patients who prepared for months to have surgery at Princess Margaret Hospital were told they now have to wait until next year. Why? Because of blatant incompetence at the hospital.
The lawyer for convicted murderer Kofhe Goodman demanded that the court sentence him in the absence of probation and psychiatric reports.