Suspected arsonist Avelino Avila Tomas continued to elude police last night since breaking out of his Harbour Island jail cell on Sunday night.
Monthly Archives: August 2010
BEC’s dwindling finances have left the corporation unable to maintain the equipment that generates energy on a regular basis and unable to afford the tools to repair the now dilapidated machinery.
The Government of The Bahamas has granted 88 work permits to the government of the People’s Republic of China, for workers to assist with the construction of a new Chinese Embassy in The Bahamas.
Sources monitoring the John Travolta extortion case say that lawyers are working behind the scenes to make the high-profile case “disappear”.
September 8th is D-Day for Baha Mar when parliamentarians will debate and vote on whether to approve 4,920 work permits for Chinese labour to build the $2.6 billion Cable Beach resort complex.
The “Companion Fly Free” program has helped room occupancy in The Bahamas’ major hotels soar to a two-year high, though they are still not at pre-recession levels.
The Fox Hill Urban Renewal Centre held a back to school giveaway for the children on August 25, handing out packages with school supplies, donated by businesses and corporate philanthropists.
The Bahamas’ appearance in athletics at the Youth Olympics came to a close last night with two female athletes helping the Americas team take the gold in the medley relay.
From June 1 through Nov. 30 each year, the Bahamas and the coastal United States comes under threat from the ferocious winds and floodwaters of the hurricanes that form in the Atlantic Ocean basin.