New hotel union chief says that with all the vacation travel choices available to tourists, the Bahamas tourism industry needs a service culture reform to keep it competitive.
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Due to flight delays coming out of Nassau the Bahamas Karate team missed the opportunity to show off their training at the Caribbean Martial Arts Hall of Fame in Trinidad.
Close to $600,000 worth of illegal drugs were seized in Freeport and two men arrested after a high-speed chase and shootout with Grand Bahama police officers.
Bahamas Chamber of Commerce president warns that the level of crime in the Bahamas, especially violent offences and armed robberies, was now the highest in his lifetime.
The government has been called on to reinstate the 15 per cent rebate incentive in an effort to attract filmmakers to produce films in this country.
Fish, conch and food vendors will be subject to proper storage and regulatory regimes with the implementation of the proposed Business License Act 2010.
Former minister of state for finance, James Smith recently expressed concern that the possibility of a “double dip” recession in…
Construction industry stakeholders questioned how the Bahamas Contractors Association would ensure that small operators get a fair share of work…
At the root of the country’s hatred and hostility towards Haitians is the fact that Haiti is the Bahamas’ biggest secret, with the roots of a vast many Bahamians lodged deeply in Haitian ancestry.