The Bahamas will likely need $1 billion in short-term infrastructure investment, a senior accountant said, revealing that the energy sector was “an absolute priority”.
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It has been a year since the renewed promise to reform and unify public transportation, but government is still just in the discussion stage with jitney owners.
Widespread reform of the surrey industry could be coming within the next two months, so says the government. Hopefully the reform will really prove beneficial to the most important aspect: the horses!
A new Act making parents responsible for the actions of their minor children may be introduced.
Another must read article in a series examining the demise of Bahamian society from Paco Nunez, with a video by Rupert Missick from the Tribune.
The PLP Government is losing the public relations battle over Value-Added Tax (VAT) through its “cloak and dagger” tactics warns a leading businessman.
Desmond Bannister says his resignation from the Senate has nothing to do with the Free National Movement or the party’s leader Dr Hubert Minnis.
Atlantis, the Bahamas’ largest resort, is “very concerned” about the crime warning sent to all its passengers by Carnival Cruise Lines.
The Cane Toad – an invasive species with mucus poison enough to kill small animals has been discovered in western New Providence.