Bahamas Faith Ministries President Dr. Myles Munroe said that the government is being hasty with the proposed gambling referendum and that not enough information has been given to the public on the pitfalls of legalizing gaming for Bahamians.
Monthly Archives: October 2012
The fact that Mitt Romney finds little support among black Bahamians, even though his values are shared by the vast majority (and the fact he is highly qualified), is indicative of a reverse racism that we need to be rid of.
The Ministry of Health announced that a pregnant women with cholera-like symptoms was evaluated at Princess Margaret Hospital and laboratory tests confirmed cholera on Monday.
Local medical supplier Ports International Limited recently made a donation towards the AIDS Foundation’s 19th Annual Red Ribbon Ball.
Editorial from The Nassau Guardian suggests The Bahamas implement measures to mitigate and perhaps prevent future destruction of the coastlines by implementing recommendations from expert coastal engineers.
You all met Sandy. But would you want to take her on vacation with you?
Between 45-50 per cent of the Bahamas’ tourism market is being negatively impacted by Hurricane Sandy’s impact on America, shutting down two-way airlift between the East Coast and the Bahamas.
Trinidad and Tobago Central Bank Governor described the American legislation being imposed on other countries as “an attempt to convert foreigners into unpaid IRS agents and a kind of US backward imperialism.”
Senior attorney and aviation law specialist Llewellyn Boyer Cartwright is attending one of the world’s largest aviation conferences, the National Business Aviation Association 2012 held in Orlando October 30 – November 2.