Former Freeport Concrete chief executive Raymond Simpson has teemed up with his son and plans to go back into business, selling building and home supplies from the Home Centre building.
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Obie Wilchcombe, Leader of Opposition Business in the House of Assembly, says the Opposition is on board to vote when the government brings the Baha Mar resolution to parliament next week.
Former inmates of the Harbour Island jail have told Avila’s relatives that an escape from the cell would be impossible without assistance.
Senior accountant, Raymond Winder said removing current exchange control restrictions on foreign currency borrowing would enable Bahamians to participate in major investment projects – such as resorts – as owners.
Outspoken Bishop Simeon Hall wants the Bahamas Ministry of Education to “assure” the public that these sexual “deviants” would not be allowed into the nation’s classrooms.
September 8th is D-Day for Baha Mar when parliamentarians will debate and vote on whether to approve 4,920 work permits for Chinese labour to build the $2.6 billion Cable Beach resort complex.
The Bahamas’ appearance in athletics at the Youth Olympics came to a close last night with two female athletes helping the Americas team take the gold in the medley relay.
US-based AvStar Aviation’s newly-appointed chief executive announced yesterday that his company is hoping to open up airlift to Eleuthera and Abaco from West Palm Beach by year-end.
Two public schools have enrolled so many additional students this year that they are now each almost 500 students over their ideal capacity, the Ministry of Education has revealed.