Resorts World’s Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) admits that Bimini’s existing dive tourism model is potentially being placed “at risk for nothing”, a leading environmental attorney warned yesterday.
Monthly Archives: October 2013
These are the picks for the top 25 luxury Caribbean resorts for 2013, in no particular order.
Corrupt Bahamian Police are allegedly protecting the Bahamians responsible for the disappearance of two Turkish Nationals in a botched human smuggling incident in Grand Bahama, despite a $100,000 reward for info on their disappearance.
Students, faculty and staff of The Bahamas Technical and Vocational Institute (BTVI) threw their support behind the Sister Sister Breast Cancer Support Group and now they are supporting World War I and II veterans by purchasing poppies.
Larry Roberts, CEO of Bahamas Realty, is the first member of The Bahamas Real Estate Association (BREA) to be nominated by The Bahamas Financial Services Board as its Executive of the Year, part of the 2013 Award of Excellence programme.
Blood Drives at Abaco’s Cooper’s Town Clinic and the Marsh Harbour Parish Hall on the pre-Halloween weekend garnered a large number of willing participants for a record total of 70 donated pints of blood for the Princess Margaret Hospital (PMH.)
Prospective homeowners gathered at the Palm Cay clubhouse for a reservations-become-reality night, eager for the groundbreaking approach to luxury condo sales.
Community leaders are expressing shock and disbelief at the findings of a long-awaited Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) for a controversial mega development on Bimini.
Google announced a number of new tools to help photo buffs arrange, share, store and edit their images. To sum it up, Google wants to take the work out of photography and put the fun back in.