After seeing signs of improvement in the travel industry at the start of the year, conditions are beginning to get a bit murky.
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The Bahamas Financial Services Board has opened nominations for the 2010 Financial Services Industry Excellence Awards.
Weather forecasters are a bit confused as to which direction hurricane Earl will head, or if and when it will hit land.
Although Hurricane Earl weakened from a category four hurricane to a category three, it still remains a “large and intense” storm according to the National Hurricane Centre (NHC).
Still powerful, Hurricane Earl has now been downgraded to a category three hurricane. A tropical storm-warning is in effect for San Salvador but all warnings for the SE Bahamas have been dropped.
Doctors Hospital is the first in the Bahamas to offer a new, innovative and minimally-invasive treatment for prostate cancer with the introduction of high intensity focused ultrasound (HIFU).
Alert #9 On Earl – Issued by the Bahamas Department of Meteorology Monday 31st August 2010 at 3:00pm EDT.
Police have reported a sharp rise in car thefts and break-ins in Cable Beach, a popular tourist area. This is the second time in just over a week that police have reported a crime spike in the area.
On 15 September, an open alternative to Facebook will be launched. The project, entitled Diaspora will be a more “privacy-aware, personally-controlled” social network.