Without doubt, the $400,000 salary demand by recently selected College of The Bahamas (COB) presidential candidate Rodney Smith is excessive, beyond the pale and, frankly, unreasonable.
Court ruling forces Bimini Blue Coalition to discontinue battle to protect tiny island treasure from the scourge of unregulated development
Commonwealth Bank’s 6000-plus shareholders will have a little more money to spend during the holidays this year when the Bank issues a pre-Christmas extraordinary dividend of $.06 per share.
In light of the great disparity in announced poll costs and backtracked statements, FNM leader Dr Minnis is calling on the government to show records of costs associated with the referendum.
Our government has waged an open war against our wallets, and what the powers that be seem to care little about is that this is a war many Bahamians cannot afford to fight, much less win.
Israeli metal traders Amir Weissfisch and Rami Weisfisch who have been battling in court over the past decade have reached an undisclosed settlement.
The Poop Deck Eagles Golf Club recently donated $5,000.00 to the Rotary Club of West Nassau.
The chief councillor for the Hope Town District Council has told residents the Abaco Islands are facing a “a budgetary crisis of immense proportions”.
Responding to questions whether one of the Baha Mar hotels is in substantial arrears with BEC, a Baha Mar executive said the company is focusing all resources on ensuring that Baha Mar opens successfully.