Murders increased by eight percent between January 1 and May 23, 2014, compared to the same period in 2013, according to The Nassau Guardian’s records.
Monthly Archives: May 2014
High court grants injunction to Bimini Blue Coalition; developers must demonstrate they have satisfied all conditions under the law.
The Bahamas walked away with one medal in the IAAF Relays this weekend with a silver in the men’s 4×400 meter (m) relay.
In front of a packed Thomas A. Robinson National Stadium, The Royal Bahamas Police Force (RBPF) and The Royal Bahamas Defense Force (RBDF) bands dazzled hundreds of millions of viewers around the world.
The 2014 National Culinary Team will now be cashless at the Taste of the Caribbean Competition…..but that’s a good thing!
The eagerly-awaited International Association of Athletics Federations (IAAF) World Relays are set to open in Nassau in the next few hours and Team Bahamas is making preparation to represent the Bahamas to the best of its ability despite the absence of top notch sprinter Shaunae Miller and a few other veterans.
Bahamian Master documentary/fine art/photographic artist Guillaume (Margaret) is finalizing plans for an exhibition of her photographs entitled “Dancing in the Light: A Symphony of Nature Revealed in My Yard” that were created 2008-2014.
Brigette Dupuch-Knudsen, the daughter of Susan and Pierre Dupuch, last week graduated with Honours from the University of North Georgia with her Master of Science degree in Nursing Education.
A leading dive hotelier in Cayman told a local TV station there Wednesday that Cayman officials and dive business operators were looking at Bimini in The Bahamas as an example of what not to do in pitting protection of fragile marine life and coral reefs against mass development.