Under the theme “United in Love and Service, ” The Bahama Mamas in association with Mix Master David will present The Celebration of the 38th anniversary of the Bahamas Independence in Georgia.
Monthly Archives: June 2011
A mere three weeks after Prime Minister Freundel Stuart was in China calling for the forging of strong tourist links with that country, Barbados will soon be welcoming a group of visitors from Beijing.
Public access to tourism statistics has finally been restored after suddenly disappearing six months ago, with no information being reported for 2011 – the stats are a barometer for the economic health of the country.
Jamaican Minister of Tourism says there should soon be direct flights between Jamaica and China, the fastest growing market for outbound travellers in the world.
Everyone on board a fishing boat that reportedly exploded is alive. Despite reports made to police about the incident there has been no confirmation yet of an explosion.
The Bahamas Culinary Team fielded its youngest professional level team ever to compete in international competition and returned from the Taste of the Caribbean culinary competition held in Miami last week with a number of awards.
Thanks to the Sandilands Hospital Welfare Committee, the Sandilands Rehabilitation Centre is proud to announce the addition of a Welch Allyn Spot Vital Signs Monitor to the Eloise Penn Ward.
Contestants in the Miss Gospel Bahamas Pageant flaunted their elegance, etiquette and poise at the second annual High Tea and Hat Show Gala staged in the gardens of the Bahamas National Trust over the weekend.
The government has procured 134 solar water heaters and are putting 34 of them into government low-cost housing as part of the IDB pilot project.