An award-winning Bahamian bank has launched what is already proving to be a boost for small business – a mobile credit card machine allowing customers to pay with plastic anywhere, anytime.
Monthly Archives: May 2014
Over one year ago last February, I publicly raised the matter of the National Intelligence Agency (NIA) back when I previously wrote a weekly national newspaper column.
I always stress how critical it is not to allow any government to either prick your emotions or use the distress of social ills to get you to support them doing things they have no legal right to do.
Creative Nassau (CN) has announced that its Official Launch event will be held on Friday, May 16, 2014 from 6-9pm at Doongalik Studios.
It looks like a perfect storm of economic and fiscal challenges is descending on our heads – due mostly to the long-term avoidance of hard choices by one administration after the other in the interest of political expediency.
The Christie Administration came to office exactly two years ago today with an ambitious and extensive legislative agenda to accomplish during its five year term and so far, little has been accomplished.
A socially prominent woman could not hold back tears yesterday when recalling how she pleaded with God to save her from a gunman who raped her the night of an island-wide power outage.
Incompetent police and lame prosecutors allowed two armed robbers who were responsible for a bank heist in Exuma four years ago to walk free, proving once again that crime pays in The Bahamas..
It is with great pleasure that The Grand Bahama Port Authority (GBPA) can now confirm the full extent of past and ongoing discussions with Government regarding future economic expansion in Freeport and Grand Bahama.