Baark’s inaugural “Potcakeman” triathlon will be at Jaws Beach Saturday September 21st. All proceeds go towards spay/neuter and education programs in the Bahamas.
Monthly Archives: August 2013
Hoteliers and tourism officials in Bermuda have been watching island neighbours in the Caribbean, where major hotel developments are taking place.
The endangered and elusive Great Hammerheads — the second largest predatory shark in the ocean — will be returning to the sand banks off the tiny Bahamas out-island of Bimini starting in January.
Andros police and Drug Enforcement Unit officers from Nassau detained five men in Andros in connection with the discovery of a drug stash on a 36-foot boat.
In his handling of the Cuban migrant issue, Foreign Affairs Minister Fred Mitchell has often proven imperious, rattled, undiplomatic, bellicose and belligerent.
“All detainees are treated with respect and in accordance with all applicable conventions and with human dignity and courtesy.”
The Bahamas is an open and democratic country. The suppression of information such as this could seriously damage our reputation as a nation respectful of human rights including the rights and protection of migrants.
Federal agents said they found four assault rifles, a handgun and about 3,000 rounds of ammunition inside a sailboat belonging to an Arizona fugitive.
“Welcome to the Real Bahamas!” A number of locals greet me this way, but I’m really not sure what they mean.