Popular environmental advocacy group Save The Bays is putting music where its heart is – in a ‘Chillin’ by the Dock of the Bay’ concert featuring top Bahamian performer Kirkland ‘KB” Bodie and others.
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You can spoil your loved one with chocolate and spice your chicken souse with onions, but if you care about your pet, make sure you never feed them either.
In light of the potentially life-threatening incident at London’s busy Heathrow Airport, local aviation lawyer Llewellyn Boyer-Cartwright renewed his call to regulate operators of unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs).
Environmental and animal rights advocates scored what they called “a major victory after a 24-year long battle” when the Court of Appeal dismissed Government’s appeal of a Supreme Court’s decision
A noted Queen’s Counsel attorney is calling for an overhaul of the political process, saying the time has come for Bahamians to choose their prime minister.
One of the country’s top lawyers is calling for an end to secrecy in government, questioning how The Bahamas can compete in a global investment climate or how the public can believe in its system of governance or its leaders when every potential investor has to see the Prime Minister personally to make a deal.
One week after Kerryann Pearce settled in to her new post as an estate agent at Island Living Real Estate headquartered on East Bay Street, she popped up with an idea likely to stir strong opinions for and against, but one she believes will give one of Nassau’s most established districts, Eastern Road, the shot in the arm it deserves and the market it needs.
Noted human rights, constitutional law, regulatory litigation and environmental attorney Fred Smith, QC, will address the Rotary Club of East Nassau Friday, October 31 at the Nassau Yacht Club.
Exuma resident Michael Rolle recently returned from a five day visit to Amsterdam as the national winner of Heineken’s The Voyage: Legendary Travelers Wanted campaign.