Thousands of couples are flocking to Ministry of Tourism’s most recent wedding promotion with NBC, bringing special attention to The Bahamas’ appeal as a wedding and honeymoon destination.
Monthly Archives: November 2012
Members of the reigning UK champion Formula Kart Stars Racing Team, ages 8-15, will put on demonstration races during Speed Week’s main events December 1-2 at Arawak Cay.
Prosecutors in a 13-year-old high-profile murder case claimed media had misreported some facts.
The Bahamas caters to the tourist, not to the Bahamian. The Bahamas needs to focus on upgrading infrastructure and services for its own people, then the tourists will come.
Thieves broke into and vandalised the home of recently deceased sports hero Tommy Robinson, taking thousands of dollars in personal belongings and mementos before his family could collect them as keepsakes.
Perhaps the Prime Minister is avoiding the fundamental question that Mr Minnis has put on the table. If the public’s money has been spent on a “consultation” then the report of that consultation has to be placed in the view of the people who paid for it; it is not a private matter.
We continue to be surprised by the flawed reasoning that some use in their efforts to silence the voice of the church on national issues.
Director of the National Insurance Board (NIB) Algernon Cargill took legal action against the board and its chairman claiming defamation, wrongful and unfair dismissal and breach of the Data Protection Act.
If one cuts to the chase the whole issue of numbers – lottery – gambling in the casinos – is an easy issue but just look how we have “carpunckled” this up?