The latest scandal from WikiLeaks has to do with how former Playboy model, Anna Nicole Smith, tore through The Bahamas with hurricane force.
Monthly Archives: December 2010
The Minister of State for Finance said the new Business License Act 2010 would make doing business in The Bahamas a lot easier.
Millions of dollars are being pumped into the Bay and Shirley Street areas to stimulate a cadence that revitalises Nassau’s harbour, waterfront, and downtown areas, as the global centre of commerce in New Providence.
Bahamian entrepreneurs have become economically creative in starting a cultural centre in South Beach.
Union leaders, possibly looking out for their own selfish interests in the BTC controversy, may be leading their membership down a slippery slope.
Like every other grand scheme conjured up by Perry Christie and the PLP, Ginn sur Mer turned out to be nothing but a mirage.
Banker Magazine has named Bank of The Bahamas ‘Best Bank’ in the country for the third time, bestowing upon it the coveted Bracken Award.
Minister of Youth, Sports and Culture Charles Maynard said the Government’s partnership with Atlantis Resort yielded needed repairs and upgrades to the Kendal Isaacs Gymnasium.
Wealthy foreigners who live in the Bahamas are skewing statistics that are used to rate nations and calculate international funding.