Members of the Progressive Liberal Party in The Bahamas are in a tizzy over the Tribune’s announcement that former expat editor John Marquis will be writing a regular column for the paper.
Monthly Archives: July 2011
Dion ‘Emperor’ Knowles, one of the most wanted men in the Bahamas, was shot to death, becoming the 81st murder victim in the country for the year.
There is a wide variety of properties available throughout the Caribbean and West Indies, in which the Bahamas is included.
Cash-strapped Bahamas Electricity Corporation plans to spend $3 million to rent generators from a European firm for 13 weeks in an attempt to prevent further power outages.
The many lengthy outages recently have been a result of BEC’s continued serious financial challenges, which left the company unable to repair failing generators.
Developer of the 1,887 acre oceanfront Bimini Bay Resort community, Rafael Reyes, President of RAV Bahamas LTD, said they are in the process of creating and branding their next development phase as “Miami’s backyard playground.”
The National Job Readiness and Training Program has been flooded with almost 13,000 applicants, but can only take 3,000. The large turnout is an indication of the high level of unemployment in the country.
A young entrepreneur who was raised in Murphy Town is excited to return to his birthplace to work on a project marking roads at Winding Bay.
With the launch of the new E-Government Web Portal and e-services, a $10.2 million investment, the public has a new way to do business with the Government.