An elderly couple, who have proof that they farmed land in the Pinewood Gardens area for decades, say there was no fraud in their obtaining title for the land now claimed by Arawak Homes.
Monthly Archives: November 2010
Arawak Homes Chairman Franklyn Wilson would not confirm or deny yesterday that he ordered his tractors to clear a plot of land located in Pinewood Gardens, which one woman claims she has owned for 17 years.
Henchmen allegedly associated with drug thug Lynden “Dodo” Bethel Sr kidnapped a woman outside a West Bay Street stripclub on Monday night.
Canadian investor and Cable Bahamas executive, Brandan Paddick, talks about Flow, his new venture in Jamaica.
By introducing domestic airlines through global travel networks like Expedia and Travelocity, the Ministry of Tourism hopes to boost Bahamas travel reservations.
Pundit Larry Smith took a ride on the underground railroad of Bahamian music when he visited the Youngie & Exuma Exhibition at Doongalik Studios.
Forecasters struggled to project the path of Tropical Storm Tomas as the weather system slowly meandered across the region, heading towards Jamaica and Haiti, which have both been placed on hurricane watch.
Philip Smith offers another of his typically convoluted commentaries, this time on the ever-changing nature of the Baha Mar project.
Marie Rodland-Allen has been named as the new Managing Director of FirstCaribbean International Bank’s operating company in The Bahamas.