The Chamber of Commerce is calling another meeting of the Exuma Advisory Council for next month, this time at Sandals Emerald Bay, which represents an important “second act” to its inaugural gathering late last year.
Monthly Archives: April 2014
Winning a new Kia came as a big surprise to Gabriella Evans even though she had good odds – a one in five chance – as a finalist in BTCs recent “Text 2 Win” mobile phone contest. But win she did!
Top lawyer argues that Blackbeard’s Cay development was granted approvals in contravention of key legislation
Environmentalists say pristine dive sites set to be destroyed in defiance of senior judge’s warning
On Sunday, August 3, the most beautiful women from throughout the country will face off in not one, but two competitions to choose the nation’s ambassadors to the Miss World and Miss Universe pageants.
FirstCare Medical Plan partners with R.E.A.C.H. Bahamas and the Ministry of Education for 2nd annual essay contest to promote autism awareness among students.
My people never cease to amaze me. There is not one single salient thing said on VAT by the two visiting consultants from New Zealand that has not firstly already been said to our government by the IMF, or that has not already repeatedly been said to the government by Bahamians, yet the government and the Bahamian media are behaving as though salient points stated by these gentlemen, with all due respect to them, are brand new or independently consequential.
Award winning Bahamian filmmaker Kareem Mortimer is seeking to develop his short film “Passage” into a feature film called Cargo.
Three people were murdered in the space of 48 hours last week. Where is the help and hope that was promised to the people by this PLP government?