In their quest to have only authentically Bahamian products sold at the new multi-million dollar craft market downtown Nassau, artisans on Wednesday got solid support from two senior government officials.
Monthly Archives: October 2010
Lieutenant Commander Herbert Bain returned home with a new degree and visionary insight for the maritime sector.
The Bahamas Government and The Nature Conservancy (TNC) announced that a research project to find ways of protecting groundwater resources through the development of a Land and Sea Use Plan.
Despite the noise from the PLP and union leaders, many Bahamians feel that the severence packages paid out to ZNS employees were extremely generous, especially considering the lacklustre job they did.
An island-wide manhunt is on for as many as six men believed to have stormed into a Garden Villas apartment Monday afternoon and opened fire on the male occupant.
The time has come to take the gloves off and let Government get real serious about crime in the country…
The public auction, which is set for Wednesday, November 3 through Friday, November 5, will include hundreds of unclaimed items down at the Customs Warehouse at the Lucayan Harbour.
The Boundaries Commission is contemplating the introduction of a 42nd constituency and is proposing changes to others prior to the 2012 election.
Simon, a columnist from the Nassau Guardian, offers some compelling reasons why Bahamians are relieved that Mr Ingraham in is China and not Perry Christie.