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Monthly Archives: January 2011
The government, in conjunction with the judiciary, has set up a Gun Court. According to police data, guns were used in 69 out of the 94 homicides recorded in 2010.
A local attorney is arguing a completely “green” Bahamas that could bring billions of dollars of revenue to the economy could be threatened by present moves to grant oil exploration licenses and subsequent drilling for that black gold.
Saying that cannabis is a ‘dangerous drug’, a man claiming to be a doctor says marijuana is the leading factor behind crime in The Bahamas.
The Tax Information Exchange Agreement (TIEA) – signed with Japan yesterday – is the twenty-third for The Bahamas, but the first that includes double taxation relief.
The URCA has declared that both companies must seek to agree and pay each other cost-based charges for the termination of inbound international calls destined for the other party’s customers.
The Bahamian film ‘Children of God’, directed by Kareem Mortimer, has made BET.COM’S list of the top 10 films of 2010.
The Bahamas should follow the example of its neighbour, the Turks and Caicos Islands, and implement a stringent ban on seafood being sold at restaurants outside of the season.
Shark whisperer Jim Abernethy has spent 35 years swimming with the fearsome creatures – and even kisses one of them.