Minister of Public Works and transport Neko Grant’s communication to the House of Assembly on the Road Traffic Act Amendment Bill.
Monthly Archives: October 2011
For the first time in history, Nassau jammed seven massive cruise ships into its port yesterday, as three vessels were diverted and sought refuge from Hurricane Rina.
As it turns out the Apple mobile operating system is not so secure after all. The password protection of the new iPads running iOS 5 can be easily bypassed in 3 simple steps.
Princess cruises specialist Best At Cruises has over-hauled its website; the new site includes a fantastic new design and easy to use cruise search.
Scientists and law-makers across the world are prioritising the protection of sharks, but critics say the measures don’t work.
The 2011 Caribbean HIV Conference provides multidisciplinary forum for HIV stakeholders in the Caribbean to learn and exchange ideas about the most pressing issues facing the region.
A crazed gunman chased his victims through crowded streets before shooting them in front of the Esso On The Run gas station on East Bay Street.
The Bahamas government intends to pass legislation that would impose a $3,000 fine or jail time on those caught driving while over the proposed legal alcohol limit.
The Bahamas-destined Norwegian Sky cruise ship is set to be featured in two shows on VH1 television… The T.O. Show and Tough Love.