The Traffic Division of the Royal Bahamas Police Force is appealing to motorists to discontinue illegal use of the service road between Solomons and the East West Highway.
Monthly Archives: November 2010
The Bahamas is seeking the support of the Kingdom of Spain for full membership in the World Trade Organisation (WTO) and in the area of renewable energy.
Economic sustainability expands in Exuma with the Ministry of Tourism’s newest addition to its aviation destination schedule – the Miami to Exuma inaugural flight.
Minister of Labour and Social Development Senator Dion Foulkes appealed to the Bahamas business community to hire reformed inmates once they have served their time.
The introduction of electronic monitoring technology to the law enforcement network of The Bahamas will “significantly add” to Her Majesty’s Prisons ability to more closely monitor the whereabouts of inmates on work release scheme.
The implementation of the Electronic Monitoring System for The Bahamas is an important element in the Government’s strategy to halt and reverse crime trends in The Bahamas, Minister of National Security O.A. “Tommy” Turnquest said Friday.
The Bahamas must move quickly to take advantage of its status as an “Approved Travel Destination” by the Government of The People’s Republic of China in order to take full advantage of the large Chinese tourist market, Health Minister Dr. Hubert Minnis said.
Government’s approval of the ‘ill-conceived’ Baha Mar deal could jeopardize 8,000 jobs at Atlantis, according to Kerzner International chief, Sir Sol Kerzner.
Bahamian visits to the United States dropped more than any other international visitors, while overall travel to the U.S. increased.