Twelve Bahamians were recognised as Nation Builders for their social contributions to Bahamian Society in the course of their lifetime.
Monthly Archives: October 2010
A new underwater scooter designed by a British inventor allows people who can’t swim to explore coral reefs and without extensive scuba-diving training.
If these theories are true, it would make criminal conspirators of nearly every major law firm and real estate broker in the country. Banks that mortgaged the properties would also be implicated.
Last month Bahamian portfolio manager, Humphrey Simmons caught a shark that had eaten a man. The man’s body was found inside after the shark unexpectedly spat out a human foot.
Vehicle sales dropped by 24.26 per cent in the third quarter of 2010, leaving Bahamian new car dealers baffled as they had anticipated a “boost” based on sales of inventory not impacted by the 2010-2011 Budget tax increases.
Cholera is an infection of the small intestine. It is a major cause of death in the world. If untreated, it can lead to death within hours.
Bahama Pundit’s Simon makes a case for a transition from the City of Nassau to the City of New Providence, saying it is “a geographical reality and an idea that is coming of age.”
The investigation into the stolen car ring could result in charges against certain police officers, customs and road traffic officials and a local businessman.
A team of researchers has uncovered evidence that a Mega-Flood, or series of megafloods, shaped the islands of the Bahamas Islands thousands of years ago.