The Free National Movement (FNM) marked the 40th anniversary since its formation in 1971 at a divine service on October 23 at the Voice of Deliverance Temple.
Monthly Archives: October 2011
The Government of The Bahamas has signed a $40 million contract with the China Harbour Engineering Company (CHEC) for the construction of a bridge and port in North Abaco. The EXIM Bank of China is funding the projects.
“You rarely see such nail-biting competition at this level,” said Bahamas Sailing Association Instructor Robert Dunkley at the Bahamas Junior Sailing Association Optimist National Championship.
Six men were shot and a teen-age boy stabbed as Fox Hill village turned into a war zone over the weekend.
Family and friends of a man who was left to die on the road are calling for the hit-and-run driver to turn himself in.
The Court of Appeal has dismissed an attempt by lawyers for Stephen ‘Die’ Stubbs to have his case moved before another judge, calling it ‘forum shopping’.
A fifteen year-old girl was stabbed to death, allegedly by her father, in their Golden Gates home after she came home too late.
Schooner Bay Village in Abaco and its resident Town Artist, Antonius Roberts, are featured this month as the cover story in Coastal Living magazine – a popular island lifestyle periodical with 1.2 million readers in the U.S. alone.
With 700 islands in the Bahamas how do you pick which is the best one for you? Match your personality with the island character and find your perfect vacation spot.