The Bahamas Hotel Catering and Allied Workers Union (BHCAWU) is awaiting a decision from the Court of Appeal that could have devastating consequences for its members.
Monthly Archives: May 2014
Bahamian male model Ajayi Ballentine-Clarke is on the verge of one of the biggest breaks in his career as the new face of the Labo Ethnik exhibition in Paris, France.
The Grand Bahama Port Authority, Limited (GBPA) is a proud sponsor of one of the Bahamas National Trust’s newest fundraising initiatives entitled, ‘The Bahamas, Naturally’.
Baark (Bahamas Alliance for Animal Rights and Kindness) raised over $40,000 at their Havana Nights themed 5-year Anniversary Party on Saturday May 10th at The Humidor, Graycliff.
Business readiness is the key to minimizing the expense and challenges of converting to a Value Added Tax scheme, particularly for small and medium-sized businesses according to Bahamas Hotel and Tourism Association President Stuart Bowe.
May is the official Cancer Awareness Month when the Cancer Society places particular emphasis on Education with continual media exposure throughout the Bahamas.
With 95% of The Bahamas territory underwater and most residents living within two miles of the coast, The Bahamas is listed as one of the ten most vulnerable countries in the world to the impacts of climate change and sea level rise.
This week marked the second anniversary since the PLP won the government by a landslide in 2012. The FNM also held a rally at its headquarters to bemoan the PLP’s subpar performance during that time. It was quite interesting to watch the political manoeuvrings this week, with all of the parties—FNM, PLP and DNA—scurrying about to cast blame…
Michael Johnson, a senior at C.R. Walker Secondary High School and achiever of Commonwealth Bank, was awarded the 2014 Junior Achievement New Providence Most Distinguished Achiever (MDA) at the JA Awards.