Despite the noise from the PLP and union leaders, many Bahamians feel that the severence packages paid out to ZNS employees were extremely generous, especially considering the lacklustre job they did.
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Investigators have discovered a ninth victim in the fatal plane crash which went down in Lake Killarney last week and are questioning the possibility of a tenth.
The recent sentencing of a Nassau woman to eight months in jail after she was convicted of threatening another female on her Facebook page, at first sounded strange and something that was unlikely to happen in The Bahamas.
The deaths of eight people in the plane crash in Lake Killarney and a second crash two days later should serve as more than a wake-up call to properly regulate charter operations in The Bahamas.
The Bahamas is “lagging behind” in terms of participating in trade agreements, according to former State Minister of Finance James Smith, who said the country may not be fully prepared to be a consistent global player.
Negotiations for the purchase of the Walker’s Cay resort have come to a standstill, with the primary bidder claiming that the seller is making the process to close the deal on the multimillion dollar project more difficult.
The 2010 Small Hotels Retreat in Puerto Rico left members of the Caribbean Hotel and Tourism Association (CHTA) with a sense of optimism for an economic recovery.
The prosecutors in two murder trials were not ready to proceed therefore delaying the trials. This is the second time one of the cases had stalled.
Already facing challenges with power supply, the Bahamas Electricity Corporation will now have to increase its load capacity 7 to 11 per cent to meet the projected power demands of the Baha Mar resort.