A street which had been named in honour of Frank Edgecombe, former MP for Fox Hill, had been spelled wrong and has now been corrected.
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The Government is planning to “revive” a three Bill-strong legislative package that would create a Bahamian Land registry.
Politicians have made grand statements and promises regarding the potential of stem cell research and other areas on the medical frontier but what is the reality?
Relatives of a pastor who was killed in a hit-and-run nine months ago have come forward with new information.
“At least 20 more restaurants” are needed in downtown Nassau if it is going to be transformed into a nighttime destination attracting locals and tourists, says Downtown Nassau Partnership’s co-chairman
Former PLP Chairman Andrew “Dud” Maynard criticised his former party for failing to recognise the contributions of past politicians, such as Cecil Wallace-Whitfield and Arthur Foulkes.
A top economist recently reiterated for the Bahamas to introduce a Sales Tax, warning the Government that its Value-Added Tax (VAT) plans were a mistake.
The Bahamas Telecommunications Company’s (BTC) is confident in facing competition of a possible second cellular operator in the Bahamian communications market before the end of 2014.
A past Bahamas Real Estate Association (BREA) president has urged the Government to stop pandering to “populist politics driven by xenophobia”.