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  • Vendors disappointed by lack of progress on Potter’s Cay Dock

    Potter's Cay Dock vendors are disappointed that the Progressive Liberal Party (PLP) left office without fulfilling its promise of a new Potter's Cay. And they are similarly dismayed that it seems like the new Free National Movement government will not be able to create the space promised to them by ... Read More
  • Fresh off of Baha Mar tour, PM slated to tour Atlantis

    Only one week after touring Baha Mar, Prime Minister Dr. Hubert Minnis is slated to tour Atlantis and is likely to witness its upgrades, improvements and soon-to-come features. Atlantis has been hard at work in recent months pushing its campaign to highlight Bahamian artists and entrepreneurs. The ... Read More
  • No signs of improvement on Grand Bahama, says AML CEO

    CEO of AML Gavin Watchorn said there are “no signs of improvement” regarding the economic state of Grand Bahama, but pointed out that the reopening of the Grand Lucayan strip would help to boost business activity on that island. Speaking with Guardian Business yesterday, Watchorn said most of A... Read More
  • RBC making changes to fee, service charges

    Royal Bank of Canada (RBC) Bahamas will be making changes to its fee and service charges for certain banking services effective August 28, 2017. The bank pinned the changes as a move to remain competitive in the local banking market. “We assure that our pricing remains competitive in the local m... Read More
  • Financial literacy project on the cards for Central Bank

    The Central Bank of The Bahamas (CBOB) announced yesterday its plan to execute a program on financial literacy in The Bahamas. The regulator put out a request for proposals to qualified firms to participate in designing the program. The deadline for submission of proposals is August 15. “To be c... Read More
  • BTC to launch new Bahamian app

    Bahamas Telecommunications Company (BTC) continues to make meaningful investments in the community. The company is now working along with Bahamian app developer Stephen Brown to create a game just for BTC. Vice President for Mobile, Alphanique Duncombe said, “We’ve used this opportunity to team... Read More
  • NHI should not be a one-size-fits-all model, says Sands

    The model for National Health Insurance (NHI) should not be a one-size-fits-all model, Minister of Health Dr. Duane Sands said yesterday, adding that the debate on what NHI should become has “missed the mark”. Sands compared healthcare to the varying classes on an airplane, suggesting that thos... Read More
  • Aliv wants smart medicine push

    The country’s newest mobile service provider is eying the health services sector by toying with the idea of “smart medicine”. Healthcare, Chief Aliv Officer Damian Blackburn joked, is in Aliv’s DNA. Blackburn, speaking at the Bahamas Chamber of Commerce and Employer’s Confederation’s ... Read More
  • D’Aguilar: Not much we can do about cost to enter the country

    There may be nothing The Bahamas can do about the expensive nature of flights into the country in the near- to medium-term, Minister of Tourism Dionisio D’Aguilar told Guardian Business yesterday. Meanwhile, this country’s competitors, whose flight prices are only $8 less in some cases, are seei... Read More
  • Centreville residents express concerns during town hall meeting

    Centreville constituents expressed concerns about the state of the economy and a possible credit rating downgrade during a recent town hall meeting hosted by Member of Parliament for Centreville Reece Chipman. The more than 200 people who attended the town hall meeting were very much interested in ... Read More
  • ‘Service excellence trumps everything else’, Bahamahost graduates told

    FREEPORT, Grand Bahama – Bahamahost held a graduation ceremony for 415 persons from Bahamas Immigration, Treasure Bay Casino, public service drivers, Bishop Michael Eldon High School, Sunland Baptist Academy, Grand Bahama Academy, Pineforest Academy, Jack Hayward High School and St. Georges High S... Read More



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