Around 150 people demonstrated in front of The Bahamas Consulate office in Miami over the alleged mistreatment of Cuban detainees in The Bahamas.
Monthly Archives: July 2013
A severe thunderstorm warning remains in effect for Crooked Island, Long Island, Ragged Island, San Salvador, Rum Cay, Great Exuma, and their adjacent waters and cays.
Revitalization efforts should be spearheaded for Bahamians too and not just based on tourist expectations. Bahamians want to dine at downtown cafes. Why should the tourist be the sole consideration?
A top economist recently reiterated for the Bahamas to introduce a Sales Tax, warning the Government that its Value-Added Tax (VAT) plans were a mistake.
Environmental officials at the Grand Bahama Port Authority Limited (GBPA) said indiscriminate dumping appears to be happening on “an even larger scale now” and is a serious problem with costly solutions.
More than 300 people flocked to the National Art Gallery of The Bahamas to witness the historic unveiling of The Bahamian Collection – an exhibition of photographic portraits representing the heart, soul and spirit of the Bahamian character.
The Bahamas has been given until mid-August to address deficiencies in aviation standards or face a downgrade that could seriously impact every aspect of this nation’s economy
The discovery of a dead man wearing an ankle bracelet has renewed the government’s concerns about the flawed electronic monitoring program, and has officials searching for answers, as there are over 400 people on the system.
Baha Mar marks another milestone in a year of substantial progress by announcing its senior operating executives for Rosewood at Baha Mar, Grand Hyatt at Baha Mar and Mondrian at Baha Mar.