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Monthly Archives: January 2013
More than 150 exhibitors and agri-business stakeholders are scheduled to have booths at the Bahamas National Agricultural, Agribusiness and Marine Resources Expo 2013.
A resolution was tabled in the House of Assembly to secure a government guarantee for a $250 million private placement in the International Financial Markets by the Bahamas Electricity Corporation (BEC).
Ultimately, sports should be a vehicle to develop good character, to make people courageous, loyal, generous losers, and gracious victors.
Charter options in The Bahamas are as abundant as the 700-plus islands and cays and like the islands themselves, there’s a charter option to suit every personality.
February is celebrated annually as Heart Month. And since heart disease is the number one killer of persons in The Bahamas, the Sir Victor Sassoon (Bahamas) Heart Foundation and The Bahamas Heart Association want you to get involved.
Only about 45 percent of registered voters made it to the polls for the referendum on gambling. There were 48,012 no votes and 30,767 yes votes.
In “Saltwater Healing,” the new book being launched on February 3 by Poinciana Paper Press, Bahamian poet Angelique Nixon finds the path to healing and empowerment lies in both language and image.
This collection, In the Spirit, which will be exhibited at Hillside House Gallery February 8, 2013, addresses the surprising and very Bahamian theme of flamingos.