City Markets is facing the daunting problem of “substantial” losses due to their inventory ‘shrinkage’ levels that are three times’ higher than international industry norms.
Monthly Archives: August 2010
Shakespeare in Paradise has announced its 2nd annual theatre festival to be held in Nassau, October 1st – October 11th, 2010, featuring eight productions.
The Ministry of Agriculture plans to “substantially increase” the production of Bahamian mutton through a series of workshops that have been launched aimed at addressing the needs of mutton producers.
Despite plans by corrupt members of the Bahamas legal fraternity to railroad the Travolta trial for the second time, the Bahamas Attorney General says the case will proceed as scheduled.
MP Fred Mitchell incorrectly blames DPM Brent Symonette for “losing” the MOFA website when it is Mr Mitchell who hired an incompetent (and apparently unethical) website administrator.
The Bahamas Ministry of Works and Transport has released a detailed map and an informative guide on how to use the new 6-legged roundabout in Nassau.
Weather experts have raised Hurricane Earl to a category four storm, warning “catastrophic damage” will occur if it makes landfall…
Long thought of as a niche for the rich or the restless, adventure tourism is becoming more popular and The Bahamas has plenty to offer.
In keeping with the criminal mentality of the PLP, a member of the Progressive Young Liberals has allegedly been caught stealing from a bank funded programme.