Nassau Airport Development Company (NAD) has been requested by the government to delay its planned $2 international security fee increase.
Monthly Archives: July 2011
Having already admitted to robbing some of his clients, Ralph Jan Ward has now admitted to bilking even more of his clients out of money entrusted to him when he was their attorney.
A murderer received a paltry nine-year sentence after incompetent prosecutors plea bargained the murder charge down to manslaughter.
Vision Airlines plans to introduce $99 nonstop flight from Louisville International Airport in Kentucky to Grand Bahama beginning November 3rd of this year.
An extended family of 39, whose vacation was ruined, is set to file criminal charges against Morris Travel in Grand Bahama claiming that the travel agent took the money and ran.
In what is becoming a common occurrence, thieves robbed the Department of Agriculture’s farm and the Department of Fisheries’ lab, slaughtering a pig and making off with pounds of copper and a truck.
The recent launch of EZTop-Up, BTC’s new system for prepaid cellular top-up, offers customers nationwide a viable, easy-to-buy, easy-to-use service with a simplified distribution channel.
Scotiabank Bahamas donated ten thousand dollars to Special Olympics Bahamas to send Team Bahamas to The Special Olympics World Summer Games 2011 in Athens, Greece.
One week after a privatized BTC announced it was dropping long-distance connection charges for inter-island calls originating from mobile phones, there was more good news today for cell phone users.