The Bahamas’ fiscal “credibility” depends on it providing a convincing explanation for why the 2016-2017 fiscal estimates changed so drastically in just two months, the Chamber of Commerce’s chairman said yesterday.
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Six months ago, the staff at Pelican Bay proudly hoisted the Bahamian flag over Canal House and along with the wider Grand Bahama community, they began to rebuild after Hurricane Mathew.
The Bahamas Hotel and Tourism Association (BHTA) have partnered with Walden University; global leaders in student-centered online education, to recognize individuals who deploy the highest level of service and performance in their varying capacities of employment.
Biodiesel is a renewable, clean-burning diesel replacement that continues to reduce global dependence on foreign petroleum, all while creating jobs and improving the environment.
Owner of Suntee Embroidme Scott Farrington said he thinks it should be mandated that the government and political parties purchase their products during an election season only from Bahamian companies.
Sandilands Rehabilitation Centre employee, Ruth Bowe-Dean, was recently recognized for her years of service at The Bahamas Technical and Vocational Institute (BTVI).
Comprehensive gastrointestinal services are now available at Family Medicine Center clinic on Blake Road, as a result of a new collaboration with The Centre for Digestive Health.
Bahamas Striping received tremendous validation of its work after securing and successfully completing its first regional assignment, a five-figure contract to mark seven miles of roads in Turks and Caicos.
Real estate firm holds open house at upscale development