Recent Posts by Fred Sturrup General Manager Managing Editor

Customs fees to be relaxed under order of government

In this file photo Prime Minister Dr. Hubert Minnis delivers his contribution inside the House of Assembly yesterday.

The Government of The Bahamas has come to the rescue of small and large entrepreneurs by directing that there be a relaxing of certain Custom fees. In Grand Bahama this development would certainly be welcomed by the group of small business owners who staged a protest in the International Bazaar two weeks ago. Information reached…
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Commercial banks lambasted by local veteran businessman

Ambrose Gouthro 

On the heels of the Consumer Affairs Division of the Ministry of Labor announcing its intent to address the additional charges/fees being applied by commercial banks, a veteran Grand Bahama businessman has leveled harsh criticisms at the financial institutions regarding their questionable service. A businessman in Grand Bahama since the 1960s, Ambrose Gouthro, normally a…
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Changing performance outcomes

When schools open across the country each school year, the focus for many is on purchasing items to go back to class. Ensuring children are properly dressed and have the hardware necessary for learning is an important part of parenting. However, nice bags, pens and pencils, and shirts and pants are not enough to prepare…
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Conflict of interest has broad range in The Bahamas

There is no doubt that the conflict of interest factor is treated differently in The Bahamas, as compared, for instance, to the United Kingdom, where the Westminster System of Government is utilized also. Once ago, politicians who served in Cabinet, when caught in a connecting position to anything that was considered out of order, were…
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