The Inter-American Development Bank has executed a $500,000 grant to launch the Bahamian handicraft industry into cyberspace.
Monthly Archives: November 2010
Roadside vendors who hawk their wares to drivers passing on East Street South and other corridors in the New Providence Road Improvement Project (NPRIP) are being asked to relocate.
Group travel business to the Atlantis Resort on Paradise Island is showing signs of a revitalization for 2011.
Adelaide Village was the scene of the latest brutal murder on New Providence Island.
Scotiabank Bahamas recently joined hands with The Bahamas AIDS Foundation in hosting the 2011 Red Ribbon Ball.
Food and Agriculture Organisation Representative for The Bahamas, Jerome Thomas is on an official visit to ensure that this country taps into resources available for food production and security.
The road works currently underway on East Street south (from the Robinson Road junction to Soldier Road) are a part of the New Providence Road Improvement Project (NPRIP) and are progressing “fairly” well.
The Ministry of the Environment met with representatives from the Pan American Health Organisation/World Health Organisation (PAHO/WHO) whom are contracted to propose to design, develop and install an electronic information system within the Department of Environmental Health (DEHS).
Real Estate could eventually account for up to 30-50 per cent of Benchmark (Bahamas) asset base.