Oil drilling in The Bahamas will likely generate work for no more than a handful of locals while putting thousands of tourism and commercial fishing jobs at risk, reEarth president Sam Duncombe warned.
Monthly Archives: June 2014
Rosewood at Baha Mar, the highly-anticipated luxury hotel opening within the Baha Mar resort in December 2014, is sending four Rosewood at Baha Mar associates to train at Rosewood Hotels & Resorts® properties in the United States, Mexico and the Caribbean.
Freeport is the place for all things ‘baseball’ this weekend, as the games of the 12th Annual Andre Rodgers National Baseball Championships start Wednesday.
In one of the most outrageous incidents of a politician’s hypocrisy, it has been discovered that BEC Chairman Leslie Miller, who rails against hotels and businesses who owe BEC money, owes over $200,000 to the corporation himself.
At least eight government ministers have not filed their public disclosures for this year, according to their own admissions. This means they have violated the law and should be arrested.
The Alliance Française des Bahamas embarked upon an adventure of taking a small group of Bahamians to France for French language and culture immersion.
An excellent read by Ralph Massey – an economist-turn-businessman’s view of what happened to America in his lifetime…that is between the Depressions of 1929 and 2007.
Bahamian attorney, human and gender rights activist, filmmaker and acclaimed writer/poet, Marion Bethel, has been awarded the prestigious 11th CARICOM Tri-annual Award for women.
Calling it “a major undertaking, but one that will create a lasting legacy” a newly-energized and expanded Historic Bahamas Foundation Council vowed this week to help raise up to $13 million to restore historic Collins House.