PM Ingraham laid out the FNM’s manifesto and warned voters to be wary of Christie’s scandal-ridden, self-serving, wheeling-dealing, do-nothing administration.
Monthly Archives: January 2012
The Bahamas National Trust is making about $23,000 in in structural improvements to the Lucayan National Park, which has led to the reopening of two underground caverns: Ben’s Cave and Burial Mound.
Bran McCartney is in for a “rude awakening” at election time, says the FNM candidate for Bamboo Town, Cassius Stuart.
Bahamas Striping president Atario Mitchell was pleased to see two young apprentices reach the point where they could handle jobs without supervision.
A leading auto dealer said that despite 2011’s new car sales being almost 50 per cent down, the industry will eventually recover to levels comparable to its 2007 peak.
Ty Magner, from BMC Racing, won the overall title in the Pros 1-2 category with a total time of 4:32.52.
Missouri Sherman-Peters brings remarks during the Bureau of Women’s Affairs meeting at Balmoral Restaurant on Thursday, January 26.
According to preliminary statistics the 14-major New Providence hotels showed continued improvement in December, with increases in several key metrics.
Twelve Family Island communities have entered this year’s Ministry of Agriculture island-based agribusiness epos.