Ed Fields, known for his provocative remarks and wit, is set to sign off for the last time after two decades on the radio.
Monthly Archives: May 2014
Despite concerns regarding Morgans Hotel Group Management’s move to terminate its hotel management agreement with Baha Mar, resort officials insist the opening of the multibillion-dollar facility will not be delayed.
Couples from all 50 states of America have entered the Ministry of Tourism’s dream wedding competition, Ministry of Tourism officials announced Thursday night at a press event in Miami.
Andorra-based, family-owned Andbank (Bahamas) Limited continues to uphold the company slogan “Only Talent Performs” by developing young, new, Bahamian talent.
The Alliance Française des Bahamas in the cadre of its inter-cultural events and programmes is travelling to France in June with a small group of Bahamians interested in French language and cultural immersion for personal or Professional development.
Grand Isle Resort & Spa announces a first-of-its- kind ‘Ultimate Tee Time At Ocean’s Edge’ golf package in conjunction with the award-winning Emerald Reef Golf Course located adjacent to the resort in Great Exuma, Bahamas.
The very people who labeled Hubert Ingraham a dictator are now acting even more so. At least Ingraham opened the airwaves and gave plenty latitude to the media. The media wasn’t targeted as it is today by the PLP.
Prime Minister Christie announced yesterday in his annual budget communication that Government will introduce Value Added Tax at 7.5%, down from the 15% originally proposed.
Another American tourist was killed in The Bahamas when the boat she was on collided into Turtle Rock near South Bimini.