The Bahamas government has given the go ahead for the controversial dredging project at Bell Island in the protected Exuma Cays Land and Sea Park.
Monthly Archives: October 2010
The Bahamas has been put on high alert after an outbreak of cholera was discovered in Haiti.
What is most prominent is the question, can Baha Mar be trusted? We do not think so, the facts suggest, as we say “we have been swung” and we would add, in the worse possible way.
As Immigration officials continue to crack down on foreign nationals overstaying their welcome in The Bahamas, charges were brought against three Jamaicans this week.
The exclusive One and Only Ocean Club on Paradise Island in the Bahamas is offering a four-night “physique retreat.”
A disbarred lawyer with more gall than brains was arrested outside the Supreme Court building right after he applied for reinstatement to the Bar.
The book deals with issues that are the result of years of bad governance, foreign ownership of the economy, a poor educational system, dysfunctional mindsets, and a spiralling crime rate.
Nine Bahamian seniors are now equipped with 21st century computer skills. The Eighth annual course gave the seniors an opportunity to update their technical skills, learn how to email and keep in communication with their families and grandchildren, who may live abroad.
The Bahamas Financial Services Board honoured individuals for their commitment to improving the industry as a whole. The honourees were recognised at the 10th Annual Industry Excellence Awards Dinner & Presentation Ceremony.