While some lies by politicians are almost too stupid to be worth responding to, what the country needs to understand about the consistent lies government Ministers are telling on the number of jobs they’ve created, is that those lies discredit the work of the Department of Statistics.
Murders increased by eight percent between January 1 and May 23, 2014, compared to the same period in 2013, according to The Nassau Guardian’s records.
There were 4,763 crimes reported during this period last year compared to 4,238 reported this year.
The Inter-American Development Bank has released an executive summary presenting the key results of the first comprehensive survey of employers and employment.
Over the last few months, the Bahamian people have been dealt one of the most untenable forms of dishonesty and disrespect their government could spin…
Attorney General Allyson Maynard-Gibson said the goal is 100 per cent computerisation of key services, and making all records and databases/archives electronic and putting them online.
Director of Statistics Kelsie Dorsett said usually when you see a decline in unemployment, it gives the feeling that things are starting to recover, “but I wouldn’t look into that in isolation at this point in time.”
The Department of Statistics released the results of its Labour Force and Household Income Survey which was conducted in May of this year.
Marketing efforts are paying off according to BHA president but “the next four months could be very challenging for the industry.” Recent statistics show positive occupancy but room revenue struggle.