Abaco’s Chief Councilor today labelled as “heartbreaking” the destruction of acres of wetlands, slashed by heavy equipment on a site being developed under expansion plans by a resort known as Treasure Sands despite a cease and desist order by government.
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Nearly seven decades after it opened its doors selling pure Irish linens, The Linen Shop is celebrating its re-launch, bringing back to Bay Street the first book store in the downtown area in more than five years.
Ferreira tells Chamber of Commerce stronger environmental policies will lead to lower operating costs
The Bahamas risks falling behind in the quickly-growing aviation sector that accounts for $107 billion in regional revenue if it does not keep pace with other countries that are making it easier and more attractive to do business, according to a local aviation law expert.
Ferreira calls on students to join the fight to preserve the Bahamas for their own grandchildren
Justice Conteh: “No self-respecting government” would give the green light to construction while the matter is still before the courts
What a weigh to go for team Nixon returning to the marina at Palm Cay after a record day fishing in the Exumas. David Nixon, centre, says the mahi-mahi catch weighed in at nearly 120 pounds. At least that’s what he said that day. It could be more by now.
The government must move quickly to get its fiscal house in order or the country will face severe economic consequences, Financial Secretary John Rolle warned.
“The country has already lost significantly in Bimini, one of the most delicate and valuable ecosystems in the world,” said a local environmental advocate.