Government Minister Byran S. Woodside was in Grand Bahama Monday, November 1 conducting a special historic swearing-in ceremony for two groups of Junior Local Government Councillors.
Monthly Archives: November 2010
In The Bahamas, tea parties are still about tea, not politics, as shown in these photos of the Bahamas Agricultural and Industrial Corporation Sixth Gala Tea Party.
Two of The Bahamas’ most established real estate firms, Bahamas Realty and Paradise Sales & Rentals, announced that they are joining forces effective November 1.
The Bahamas was honoured in China as recipient of the “World’s Best Eco Island” Award by Voyage magazine during a special gala celebration in Beijing.
Prime Minister Hubert Ingraham presented five Junkanoo pieces, depicting the mystical wonders, rich culture and heritage of the Bahamas to the China National Museum of Fine Arts.
The fatal stabbing of a 20-year-old male outside Club Illusion on East Bay Street on Sunday morning brings the country’s murder count to 75 for the year so far, as compared to 69 last year.
Two masked gunmen shot at armored car guards and got away with a bag full of cash in a daring daylight robbery on the grounds of Cable Bahamas on Robinson Road Friday.
It is understood that parents aware of their children’s involvement in criminal and anti-social behaviours, cloak their kids, especially when they (parents/guadians) benefit directly from such behaviour.
The downsizing of ZNS was only the begining of a process that will, hopefully, root the corrupt and incompetent from the bloated government payroll.