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LOOK OUT FOR THE LITTLE GUY: Businessman urges incoming govt to mind the needs of small businesses

Bahamas Bus and Truck GM laments poor ease of doing business in The Bahamas “I know that govts like to... read more »


WINTER AIRLIFT: United Airlines to resume flights to Nassau this December

NASSAU, BAHAMAS — The Bahamas is expected to benefit from some additional airlift this winter as United Airlines will be... read more »


A SIDE OF SUGAR WITH YOUR SHOT: Atlantis launches Vax for Cash incentive

“For those team members that don’t win the raffle, they are winning for their health and protecting their loved ones... read more »


SOVEREIGNTY PAYS OFF: Bahamas to receive near $2 mil from airspace agreement by month’s end

D’Aguilar touts airspace agreement as 1 of 3 accomplishments he’s most proud of during his tenure “I have thoroughly enjoyed... read more »


REDEVELOPMENT ON ANDROS: Bahamian consortium acquires historic Lighthouse Yacht Club and Marina

70 to 100 employees to be taken on during construction; 60 to 80 full-time employees when fully operational “This is... read more »


“WE ARE SUFFERING”: Former Gaming Board staff urge govt to honor court ruling for their reinstatement

Employees seeking audience with PM to have the matter resolved “We have been waiting for a response from them since... read more »

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RADIO SILENCE: Company slams investment authority over no response to energy solutions proposal

NASSAU, BAHAMAS — A Bahamian consulting company has slammed the Bahamas Investment Authority (BIA) after allegedly having not received a... read more »


IT NEEDS TO BE ADDRESSED: Energy concerns can’t be “bottom of the barrel”, warns Chamber exec

Deal says multiple administrations have failed to adequately handle the issue “We often only think about electricity when it’s either... read more »


NATURE SHUNNED: reEarth chief slams political parties for poor attention to environmental protection

“We continue to go down the wrong road in terms of protecting the environment” NASSAU, BAHAMAS — A well-known environmentalist... read more »


CRUISE BUSINESS BOOMING: More liners add Bahamas itineraries; Carnival and MSC announce sailings

NASSAU, BAHAMAS — Carnival Cruise Line has announced that it will restart its Carnival Pride cruise line from Baltimore, with... read more »


10-YEAR STRUGGLE: Crown land battle shows why ease of doing business ranked so low, says businessman

NASSAU, BAHAMAS — A local entrepreneur said yesterday that his 10-year quest to secure Crown land for his beach club... read more »


“NO SILVER LINING”: Cooper says Minnis administration has no ideas to grow economy

NASSAU, BAHAMAS — Progressive Liberal Party (PLP) Deputy Leader Chester Cooper last night asserted that the Free National Movement (FNM)... read more »


Frontier Airlines adds three additional routes to Nassau

NASSAU, BAHAMAS — US low fare carrier Frontier Airlines has announced plans to add three additional routes from the US... read more »


HARD-HIT BUT NOT DEFEATED: Two years after Dorian, poultry producer grateful to still be operational

“I wouldn’t say we’re thriving, but we’re functioning and we’re happy for that” Abaco Big Bird says it wants to... read more »


THE ROADMAP TO FOLLOW: Utilize National Development Plan to emerge successful, CEO urges

“We need to regain that momentum” NASSAU, BAHAMAS — The Bahamas can only truly emerge on a path to higher... read more »


MAKE IT AN ACT: Consultant urges incoming administration to enact small business legislation

“We don’t need anything ad hoc; we need a strategic plan for small business development” NASSAU, BAHAMAS — A well-known... read more »


“NO WALK IN THE PARK”: Former DNA leader says incoming govt has unpopular decisions to make

“Any party believing that after this election it’s going to be a bed of roses is mistaken” NASSAU, BAHAMAS —... read more »


PROMISE FULFILLED: Minister says govt has lived up to commitment to pay public service workers

BPSU bemoans state of negotiations “This is the season and sometimes the unions express their disgust to some degree of... read more »


VIRTUAL SCHOOLING SIDE-EFFECT: Back-to-school sales a mixed bag for local retailers

NASSAU, BAHAMAS — The back-to-school shopping period was a “mixed bag” for the local retailer segment, with some retailers benefiting... read more »


INVESTOR ACCESS RESTORED: Central Bank lifts suspension on investment currency market

NASSAU, BAHAMAS — The Central Bank yesterday announced that it has lifted its suspension on the Investment Currency Market (ICM)... read more »