A senior fellow at the American Association of State Colleges and Universities (AASCU) has been selected to be the new president of The College of The Bahamas (COB), The Nassau Guardian has been informed.
Monthly Archives: November 2010
Ryan Pinder, PLP MP for Elizabeth pointed to the most recent publication of The Global Financial Centres Index as proof that the Bahamas Financial Services Industry has eroded.
The Women’s Caribbean Adventure tournament will be hosted at Atlantis during the PokerStars Caribbean Adventure (PCA) festival in the Bahamas. It is the one of the most prestigious female-only tournaments in the world.
An aquatic breeding ground once teeming with marine life that provided food and much-needed cash in a diminished economy, is now barren due to dredging at nearby Kamalame Cay, according to several local fishermen.
A Guyanese teacher at a South Eleuthera high school was acquitted of indecent assault charges due to insufficient evidence.
Travellers to the Bahamas are about to find themselves paying £25 more per head for the privilege of leaving Britain.
A new comprehensive SWOT profile of Bank of The Bahamas Limited provides an in-depth strategic analysis of the company’s businesses and operations, giving a clear and unbiased view of the company’s key strengths and weaknesses.
The first all sports radio show in The Bahamas was officially opened this past Saturday at its base in Nassau at the Dewgard Plaza in Palmdale.
Remarks by Sir William Allen Deputy to the Governor-General on the occasion of the E. Clement Bethel National Arts Festival Awards Ceremony.