John Spinks, Vice President, Commercial Development, Nassau Airport Development Co. (NAD) led a tour that included Bank of the Bahamas executives and managers along with owners of a few of the businesses approved to operate in the new terminal.
Monthly Archives: August 2010
After years of political maneuvering, construction off the new roll-on, roll-off dock is officially underway, literally paving the way for shipping to move from Bay Street to Arawak Cay.
Minister of Education Desmond Bannister will discuss education issues and meet with the public on the rescheduled date Wednesday, September 1, at Bahamian Forum, an open discussion in Sandyport.
Local meteorologists confirm that the south east island of the Bahamas may feel the effects of Hurricane Earl as early as this afternoon.
At about 11pm on Saturday night a major brawl broke out at Marios Bowling and Entertainment Palace, owned by Leslie Miller.
A man was killed and his 3-month-old daughter was critically injured after receiving a gunshot wound to her head during a drive-by shooting Saturday night.
Blogger Larry Smith takes umbrage at an article published in the local press by Phillip Galanis, where Galanis compared Bahamas Prime Minister Hubert Ingraham with Hitler.
Nik Wallenda, of the famous Flying Wallendas circus family, looks sure to break his own Guinness World Record after safely cycling along a wire strung between the Royal Towers at Atlantis, Paradise Island, Bahamas.
A local website, often criticized for poor writing and a PLP bias, has removed inflammatory content about Peter Nygard after receiving a letter from the fashion mogul’s lawyers.