Atlantis is celebrating the iconic resort’s 20th anniversary. The resort, a creation of visionary entrepreneur Sol Kerzner and now owned by Brookfield, will honor this occasion with a year-long celebration.
Monthly Archives: May 2014
If the justice system can be faulted for creating setbacks to the crime fight due to back logs, what sort of effect does similarly slow system of police tribunals have on the crime fight?
I heard Mr. Christie trying to take more cheap political digs at the FNM, yet again. Isn’t this getting a bit stale and boring now?
Darryl Bartlett Jr., the son of Albertha Bartlett, deputy director of legal affairs, might look to his mommy to skew the court system to get him off the hook, once again.
Representatives from the United States Embassy, Bahamian counterparts in law enforcement and other government officials came together to honor the memory of 10 United States crew members who died during a training mission off the coast of Nassau in 1954.
Kishan Munroe has unveiled a painting commemorating all the brave servicemen who served on HMBS Flamingo when it was attacked and sank in 1980.
No one enjoyed the first ever Bahamas Billfish Championship tournament at Green Turtle Cay more than Joe Possillico, owner of the winning boat Torta.
A 66-year-old man became the first person in Palm Beach County — and the fourth in Florida — to come down with chikungunya fever after contracting the mosquito-borne virus in the Caribbean.
Those who are true spiritual leaders must stand up, speak up and be relentless in their efforts to weed out these individuals who are impostors and perpetrators of evil and who simply make monkey capers of the Bahamian people.