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.
Monthly Archives: April 2013
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.
Two employees at the city dump off Tonique Williams-Darling Highway were injured after scrap metal scavengers started a second fire at the landfill.
Web shop attorney Wayne Munroe warns that if web shop operators are shut down… “I don’t think people understand how much trouble we are looking at”.
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.
Attorney Wayne Munroe is warning the police that it would be a gamble for them to try to raid web shops before he finishes his legal shenanigans.
Former No. 1 players on the Rolex Rankings, top the list of early commitments for the inaugural Pure Silk-Bahamas LPGA Classic May 23-26 at the Ocean Club Golf Course at Atlantis Resort.
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.
The Bahamas Hotel and Tourism Association supports the modernization of the nation’s Gaming Act and regulations to restore the destination’s global standing and competitiveness.