A TOTAL of around 50 people have been left displaced after a blaze ripped through a Carmichael shanty town area on Sunday.
The Government’s top finance official yesterday said “close to $50m” in real property tax arrears has been collected during ...
PRIME Minister Philip “Brave” Davis said new vehicles donated to the Royal Bahamas Police Force by the United States, as well as additional vehicles ordered by the government, will boost law ...
THE Free National Movement blasted the government’s upcoming plans to introduce tax on sugar and excess salt, adding a legally mandated Fiscal Strategy Report has yet to be provided by the ...
Bahamian patients were yesterday warned to brace for “a shock even at the smallest levels” as the change in VAT’s treatment of medical insurance claims payouts will further fuel already ...
POLICE officers shot and arrested two suspects shortly after the assailants killed a man on Joe Farrington Road Tuesday. A search is underway for a third suspect involved in the homicide.
Multiple Bahamian companies identified as FTX creditors yesterday asserted that the purported sums owed to them were minimal to non-existent. A “verified creditor matrix”, filed late on ...
BEVERLEY’s Kitchen is one of the pioneering businesses on Carmichael Road, keeping up a long tradition of food, family and friends - celebrating the special things in life. Long before it became ...
The Central Bank’s governor yesterday said the creation of a Bahamian Financial Stability Council will help “develop a playbook” for how regulators and the Government manage an industry ...
PRIME Minister Philip Davis admitted Princess Margaret Hospital is in a state of “crisis” after a tour of the public health facility on Saturday. Mr Davis along with Health and Wellness ...
POLICE Commissioner Clayton Fernander revealed on Friday that crimes against the person increased by 23 percent last year when compared to the same period in 2021, including murders, armed ...