Tessa “Monet” Lightbourne can now boast that she’s an award-winning baker after capturing the inaugural dessert competition in the second annual Bahamas Smokin’ Hot BBQ competition – with a cookie.
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The fact is the more a country — especially a small developing country — seeks to avoid confronting such situations honestly, the more corrupt and backward it appears to the rest of the world.
Carl’s Jr. officially opened its doors on Saturday on the East West Highway. The first 50 customers received ‘eat free for a year’ coupon booklets.
The government’s draft value-added tax (VAT) legislation needs “substantial” changes, New Zealand VAT expert Don Brash said yesterday.
Minister of State for Legal Affairs Damian Gomez says that July 1 is an unrealistic deadline for the regularization of the web shop sector,
A top accountant has argued that the enormous size of the government’s unfunded pension liability is yet further evidence of why the government must reduce the size of the civil service.
Like many actions taken and statements made by the PLP in the tumultuous general election campaign, the unwise decision to advertise the country’s murder count has come back to haunt the Christie administration.
Last week, an investment arm of the Dubai government, Investment Corporation of Dubai (ICD), bought a major stake in Kerzner International and that the company’s founder, Sol Kerzner, was replaced as chairman.
Rev. Earle Francis, a long-time leader in the Baptist community, died at Princess Margaret Hospital on Wednesday night, his family confirmed.