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Former Prime Minister Perry Christie will be considered “the weakest” to have held office, according to former Progressive Liberal Party MP Philip Galanis.
Grand Bahamians will begin to see a boost in their economy, as promised, by next month according to Press Secretary…
Bahamas Striping appears on the cover of Sustainable Business Magazine, a UK based publication which focuses on cutting edge projects operating within an environmentally, social and economically positive framework.
Unless the PLP undertakes fundamental internal transformation, it is unlikely that the party will regain anytime soon the loyalty of its disaffected members and win the trust of the wider Bahamian electorate.
This is something The Bahamas might consider.
The Bahamas’ fiscal “credibility” depends on it providing a convincing explanation for why the 2016-2017 fiscal estimates changed so drastically in just two months, the Chamber of Commerce’s chairman said yesterday.
The Medical Association of the Bahamas (MAB) president believes it will be possible to “hammer out” a catastrophic health insurance plan, but emphasised: “You can’t look at healthcare in a vacuum.”
Locals and tourists in San Salvador can now interact with marine organisms without getting their hair wet.