The Department of Marine Resources has announced that crawfish season opens on Monday, 1st August, 2011.
Monthly Archives: July 2011
Retired Archbishop Drexel Gomez has said that DNA leader Branville McCartney’s approach to children born to illegal immigrants in The Bahamas is ‘inhumane’.
Dr. Denise Herzing has spent the past 25 years of her life immersed under the sea, immersed with a pod of wild spotted dolphins just off the coast of the Bahamas.
A Grand Bahama family is angry and traumatized by a horrifying travel experience, which may now lead to possible legal action against Morris Travel and Carnival Cruise Line.
The Bahamas Ship Registry is one of the world’s largest with vessels totalling over 52m gross tons registered. The CS Calvina, a 37,000 dry bulk carrier, is the latest vessel to be registered.
Bernie Hanna, MD, and his medical team have released their new website for patients seeking weight loss surgery in the Bahamas.
Bahamas Telecommunication Company has had to respond to allegations that they are trying to eliminate street vendors, but BTC says all they are trying to do is benefit the consumer.
Due to excessive rainfall, the Inagua plant is forced to temporarily scale back production. Workforce will be cut by two-thirds until production can resume.
In a precedent-setting case, the Supreme Court of The Bahamas has ruled in favour of a prenuptial agreement, dismissing an ex-wife’s plea to toss out the contract signed prior to marriage and affirming the husband’s right to keep assets he held prior to the marriage.