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Aliv responds to ‘fake news’ article concerning Aliv’s subscriber numbers
Telecoms company Aliv has responded to what it refers to as a “fake news” article published by Bahamas Press on April 11 entitled “Information in bond offering at Aliv confirmed mobile subscribers with the company were not at 45,000 but actuall...
 
 
New airlift to Bimini from West Palm Beach and Tampa
NORTH BIMINI — Resorts World Bimini, a sprawling 750-acre luxury beachfront resort, casino and marina on North Bimini, in partnership with Silver Airways, is pleased to announce new non-stop service from West Palm Beach to Bimini, as well as direct...
 
 
Govt launches request for proposals process to fix Nassau’s dump
The government has officially launched the request for proposals (RFP) process in an effort to facilitate the remediation and operation of the New Providence Landfill. The deadline for applicants is April 26, 2017 and an opening of proposals will ta...
 
 
Baha Mar buzzing with activity, with full staff quota reached
Baha Mar has reached its soft-opening quota of 1,500 staff members ahead of Friday’s opening ceremony, according to Senior Vice President of Administration and External Affairs at Baha Mar Robert “Sandy” Sands. More than 100 trainers “from ar...
 
 
BPL ready to grid-tie residential customers who produce renewable energy
Bahamas Power and Light (BPL) issued a press release Monday revealing that the company is beginning in earnest, its grid tying of residential customers with standalone solar and wind generation systems. But at least one customer who supplements his p...
 
 
Mobile number portability Tuesday
With mobile number portability (MNP) expected to come on board next week Tuesday, the telecoms regulator is “confident” that consumers will experience this milestone on the new launch date. And to ensure this, a significant amount of testing is c...
 
 
BTC salutes ‘high flyers’ in customer service
MARSH HARBOUR, Abaco – As Bahamas Telecommunications Company (BTC) continues to transform to meet the ever changing communications needs of its customers across The Bahamas, the company has continued to attract the best and brightest from communi...
 
 
WSC signs contract for construction of wastewater treatment plants
The Water and Sewerage Corporation (WSC) signed a contract recently with Island Site Development (ISD) totaling $14.2 million for the construction of several wastewater treatment plants and pumping stations in New Providence. Naveen Gupta, ISD chief...
 
 
Central Bank governor suggests further exchange control liberalization possible
With the approval of further liberalization of exchange controls expected to take effect next week, Governor of The Central Bank of The Bahamas John Rolle said he thinks there could be more liberalization based on the experience gained from the antic...
 
 
Baha Mar plans five days of activities leading up to opening
With only two more days until the soft opening of Baha Mar, the mega resort has planned five days of activities for its new staff members in the lead-up to Friday’s ribbon-cutting ceremony. The five days, outlined on a flyer acquired by Guardian B...
 
 
Bahamas among top 10 destinations for American travelers to buy terrorism insurance coverage
A recent trend report on travel insurance listed The Bahamas as one of the top 10 destinations for U.S. travelers showing interest to purchase terrorism coverage. The report, released by popular U.S. insurance comparison site Squaremouth, said that ...
 
 
Bahamas Power and Light goes electric
Bahamas Power and Light (BPL) has become the latest organization in the country to acquire electric vehicles (EVs) for its company fleet. To date, BPL has purchased two 100 percent electric Nissan LEAFS from the local EV distributor, Easy Car Sales....
 
 
‘AgriVision 2021’ presented to agriculture minister
V. Alfred Gray, minister of agriculture and marine resources, was presented with “AgriVision 2021: A Five Year Food and Nutrition Security Plan to Feed The Bahamas”. The plan is a production by the Bahamas Agriculture and Marine Science Institut...
 
 
Current economic model unsustainable, say Francis and Smith
The Bahamas has to move away from the current economic model that relies heavily on tourism and foreign direct investment (FDI) if it is to start to recognize real growth in the long term, a former governor of the Central Bank suggested yesterday. J...
 
 
Central Bank governor: Web shops need financial sector integration to enter banking sector
While Central Bank of The Bahamas Governor John Rolle did not shut down the idea of web shop owners applying for a bank license, he warned that establishing a financial institution in The Bahamas still requires integration into the global financial c...
 
 
Hurricane Matthew put dent in original fiscal target, says Rolle
As the end of the budget period approaches, Governor of The Central Bank of The Bahamas (CBOB) John Rolle said the government would have been much closer to meeting its fiscal targets if Hurricane Matthew had not occurred. Rolle told Guardian Busine...
 
 
Former governors: Bahamians badly served by political class in explanation of economy
Bahamians have been “badly served” by the political class in terms of understanding the country’s economy, how it works and where it is going, two former governors of the Central Bank agreed yesterday. They explained that certain economic measu...
 
 
Technology drives Aliv efforts to satisfy customers
Aliv Telecommunications Company Ltd. is keeping itself on the cutting edge of technology in order to provide the best customer experience, according to Dwayne Davis, Aliv chief solutions architect. Davis has spearheaded the investment of over $10 mi...
 
 
Bahamasair’s storm-damaged plane a write-off
The Bahamasair ATR plane wrecked in a freak storm that spawned a tornado has been declared a write-off by ATR engineers, the chairman of the airline told Guardian Business yesterday. The company expects receipt of a new ATR by the end of June. V...
 
 
Bahamasair Easter schedule to be unaffected by grounded aircraft
Chairman of Bahamasair Valentine Grimes said yesterday the airline is expected to cover the Easter holiday traffic adequately in light of an out-of-service aircraft that received tornado damage last month. Grimes told Guardian Business that with the...
 
 
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