China is pouring another $7bn (£4.4bn) into Brazil’s oil industry, reigniting fears of a global “land grab” of natural resources.
Monthly Archives: October 2010
Saturday is the 60th anniversary of Peanuts, the classic cartoon by Charles Schulz.
With Boeing’s recent news revelations, the first step into space tourism has been made and what can be called nothing else but ‘space taxi’ may be launched as early as 2015.
Still relatively new, video resumes are now being used to land smart job seekers their “dream job,” because the HR field is beginning to embrace online branding and the use of new technology.
Two officers from Fox Hill Prison were granted bail on Friday, despite being charged with possession of marijuana with intent to supply.
“Runway to Fashion Week”, loosely based on America’s “Project Runway”, was created to involve local novice designers and gradually expose their talent to a larger market.
Public Works and Transport Minister the Hon. Neko C. Grant raised the awareness of road safety among young people during the 5th annual National Road Safety Youth Symposium on September 30.
I only have one piece of advice for Mr. Ingraham and that is this: if he decides to put the Bahamian economy and its people in bed with the Chinese Government, please make sure we’re well covered.
The Bahamas Air Sea Rescue Association, a non-profit organization solely manned and operated by volunteers, has a mandate to save those in distress on the sea. Doctors Hospital contributes a sizeable amount each year to help keep BASRA’s life saving efforts afloat.