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Predatory lending prevalent in The Bahamas

Described as modern day economic slavery, lending institutions with high-interest rates prey on the working class – many of whom are... read more »

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WiFi now on public bus rides

Bus drivers union makes move for 21st century bussing Dozens of public buses have now been equipped with free WiFi... read more »

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OWN provides thousands in financing for small businesses

Thousands of dollars in venture capital is about to be pumped into the local economy as Own Your Bahamas –... read more »

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“PLP to blame for blacklisting”, says Symonette

Financial Services Minister Brent Symonette said Monday that members of the former Christie administration “dragged their feet” with important deadlines... read more »

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Should The Bahamas independently review any vaccine approved by PAHO for wide distribution?

  • Yes (72%)
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Coco Cay is no concern for tourism

Minister of Tourism Dionisio D’Aguilar said on Monday there is no reason to worry over the new $200 million development... read more »

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Hundreds to get Ocean Cay jobs

A three-day job fair in the capital and Grand Bahama, in which officials said nearly 150 persons will find “gainful... read more »

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Bahamian UBER set to come on stream early Spring

Transportation is expected to become more convenient for locals, according to one emerging ride company considered the new Bahamian UBER,... read more »

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BCA vows to hold Govt. accountable on OBAN promises

The Bahamian Contractors’ Association (BCA) said it will be watching and waiting to see if the Minnis administration keeps its... read more »

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Turnquest: Govt. still on track with finances; revenue increased by $25 million

The government has spent $30 million more than was budgeted since May for “surprise” bills left by the former Christie... read more »

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GB $5.5 billion project sparks environmental concerns

Environmental concerns over the $5.5 billion project earmarked for east Grand Bahama are beginning to mount as the government signed... read more »

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Island Luck continues crackdown on inter-island money transfers

Island Luck gaming company witnessed a 90 percent decline in client withdrawals and deposits since last November when the company... read more »

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PM: Land discount for home ownership set for June

Bahamians seeking home ownership through government are expected to receive a major discount. Prime Minister, Dr. the Hon Hubert Minnis,... read more »

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PM, ministers tour Point development; hint to plans for downtown development

The Point hotel completed its first phase of the multi-billion dollar resort with plans for a boardwalk, additional restaurants and... read more »