A beach in North Andros has made Coastal Living magazine’s “Top 10 Exotic Beach Locations” list.
Monthly Archives: October 2011
Like a spoiled five-year-old, Bran McCartney’s behaviour in the House of Assembly yesterday displayed numerous reasons why voters should be wary of making him leader of the Bahamas.
Over $100 million worth of vintage race cars will be on display during the Bahamas Speed Week Revival set for November 30 through December 4, 2011.
A sudden and dramatic surge in India’s exports to the Bahamas has stoked lingering suspicions about sham transactions with offshore banks.
Bahamas Petroleum has completed the acquisition phase of its 3D seismic programme, calling it a major milestone in the continuing risk reduction at its licences in the Bahamas.
Gulfstream International Airlines announced plans to launch new daily scheduled air service from Orlando International Airport to Marsh Harbour with service scheduled to begin November 10.
The Ministry of Health reported that a person, intercepted at sea and detained at the Detention Centre, was treated for Cholera, and has since been repatriated.
For the third time this year, residents and busineses in the Cable Beach area were forced to go without power thanks to the careless workers at Baha Mar who cut the underground BEC power lines.
International recording artists and performers will gather for a concert and dinner weekend in Grand Bahama that will benefit seven charities.