The people in the dispute with Arawak Homes are Bahamians, many of whom did nothing wrong but were the victims of a broken system of government.
Monthly Archives: November 2010
The theme for National Women’s Week “Women and Power: For a World of Equality” is adopted from the Organisation of American States, which has been designated 2010 as the Inter-American Year of Women.
Police officer in Chippingham stops the evil little monkeys from killing another dog. Boys go unpunished… only in The Bahamas.
The Bahamas National Trust has issued a fact sheet in response to what it terms “the many misconceptions that have been repeatedly aired in the media and on the Internet about development in the Exuma Cays Land and Sea Park”.
A violent disturbance erupted in Bain Town after a young man, a relative of Police Commisioner Ellison Greenslade, was shot dead by a police corporal.
Xavier Malisse of Belgium will be among the pros participating in the 10th annual Mark Knowles Celebrity Tennis Invitational charity event in December.
Governor General Sir Arthur Foulkes said celebrations like One Bahamas must inspire not only national unity, but also build human civilisation and uplift all peoples.
Robinson Road to Soldier Road beginning from the intersection at Grace Avenue and Old Trail Road will be closed as of November 22 to facilitate the installation of a 24-inch pipe.
Food processing has taken on added impetus thanks to a new unit established by Bahamas Agricultural and Industrial Corporation (BAIC).