Struggling with survival as interest in the faux festival wanes, the Bahamas International Film Festival announces the return of the Filmmaker’s Residency Program.
Monthly Archives: November 2010
Anti-Doping in sports has become increasingly important as the Bahamas government aims to develop sports tourism in the country.
The four-day Wedding Professionals Conference at which industry partners will share ideas and networkat opened at the Cove at Atlantis on November 1.
Education Minister, T. Desmond Bannister made a special trip to Sweeting’s Cay, Grand Bahama where he saluted the outstanding achievements of students from the Sweeting’s Cay All Age School.
Obama’s Travel Promotion Act seeks to promote the United States as a tourism and travel destination all over the world but this increased competition from the world’s economic power house may not bode well for the Bahamas already-struggling tourism product.
The Pilot House was firebombed twice on Sunday following the murder of a convicted drug dealer’s son at a strip club an its premises, police have confirmed.
Sales at the new Prince Charles Drive Robin Hood store are expected to exceed the original Summerwinds Plaza location by 20-25 per cent, when it opens before the end of this year.
Five people, including a pregnant 19 year old woman, were charged in Magistrates Court yesterday in connection with the armed robbery of Bishop Elkin Symonette and his wife.
Catholic priest, Father David Cooper admitted that he had an affair with Nicola Gibson, the woman who died in a fire at her apartment four years ago.