Monthly Archives: April 2013

5 years ago

BNT Urges Conch-Fishing Management

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The BNT is not advocating for a ban on conch, or for a closed season, but is stressing that Bahamians need a “strategy” on how to maintain the conch population for long-term sustainability.

5 years ago

Wayne Munroe’s Web Shop Nonsense

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Wayne Munroe’s Web Shop Nonsense

Wayne Munroe is starting to sound like Chicken Little. Every day, the disingenuous attorney, legal hack for the web shop boys, has some new threat about how the sky will fall if his clients can’t continue their illegal businesses.

5 years ago

Bahamas Tourism Facing Competitive Challenges

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According to a new study, The Bahamas tops the list of the 10 island destinations currently most visited by American luxury travelers, but barely makes the top ten list of islands they would most like to visit.

5 years ago

Proposed Gambling Bill Causes Controversy

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The proposed new Gaming Bill would allow work permit holders, permanent residents, and people in authorised jurisdictions outside the Bahamas to gamble online but prohibits Bahamian citizens from gambling.

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