Three years after broker Mario Carey opened the doors of his real estate firm during the height of what many called the lowest point in the industry’s history, the veteran super salesman is on the grow again.
Monthly Archives: July 2011
A road being constructed by Bahamas Agricultural and Industrial Corporation (BAIC) into South Andros’ pine land could open that region to large scale agriculture.
Do you know how to judge the wide spread popularity of a product? I’ll tell you how…When every Bahamian, and their Grandmothers are buying all the iTunes gift cards to get it. Turns out that Custom Computers, DC Tech and some other local computer businesses all ran out of ITunes gift cards. I guess they weren’t in the know.
Whoever came up with the expression, “can’t walk and chew gum at the, same time” must have had a premonition of the Perry Christie Government, a textbook example of articulate incompetence.
The growing trend of the uber-wealthy, seeking not to have their vacations polluted by ordinary folk, is to own a remote private island but ‘everything is gorgeous on these private islands – until they machete you to death.’
Incompetence reigns at government corporations. Hundreds of residents in New Providence awoke yesterday morning to find that their electricity and water were off.
The PUNCH bi-weekly newspaper was the first to report it. Shavado Simmons, the young aspiring photographer who was shot to death earlier this week, was not killed in a robbery as police originally suspected.
Vision Airlines has signed an agreement with the Grand Bahama Island Tourism Board to begin service to the tropical paradise beginning November 3, 2011 with new fares as low as $39 and $99.
Ambassador Irwin LaRocque from Dominica has been selected to serve as the seventh secretary-general of the Caribbean Community (CARICOM) by the heads of government.