Walter Iooss Signs on with Grand Isle Resort & Spa for Exclusive Photo Workshop in November
Monthly Archives: May 2014
On May 15, 2014, the Stephen G. E. Burrows Foundation was officially launched at the studio of Antonius Roberts, Hillside House on Cumberland Street.
In an effort to build a thriving network of former students, The Bahamas Technical and Vocational Institute (BTVI) is set to relaunch its alumni association.
Junka-Fest is the newest cultural event to be launched in Grand Bahama.
A Florida-based ocean engineer with 35 years’ experience in port and beach dredging today said photos of the dredging operation off North Bimini show proper steps are not being taken to prevent silt from killing off marine life and some of the world’s best-known coral reefs.
Minister of National Security Dr. Bernard Nottage said that many countries have intelligence agencies. He is right, but of those countries, only the tin-pot jokey dictatorships allow those agencies to exist in a vacuum.
In a significant shift from the current manual approach, the Department of Customs has announced that all shippers and brokers will be required to submit all of their trade-related documentation online as of the beginning of June.
Minister of State for Legal Affairs Damian Gomez yesterday tabled proposed amendments to the Juries Act, which aim to “improve the efficiency of criminal trials”.
U.S. companies that have pushed back against China’s trade policies have found their computer networks hacked by cyber-terrorists that the U.S. say are working for the Chinese military.