An aquatic breeding ground once teeming with marine life that provided food and much-needed cash in a diminished economy, is now barren due to dredging at nearby Kamalame Cay, according to several local fishermen.
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Travellers to the Bahamas are about to find themselves paying £25 more per head for the privilege of leaving Britain.
The Bahamas National Trust formally launched a local shark conservation campaign aimed at pushing the government to create comprehensive regulations to protect the sharks of The Bahamas.
A new underwater scooter designed by a British inventor allows people who can’t swim to explore coral reefs and without extensive scuba-diving training.
Last month Bahamian portfolio manager, Humphrey Simmons caught a shark that had eaten a man. The man’s body was found inside after the shark unexpectedly spat out a human foot.
Cholera is an infection of the small intestine. It is a major cause of death in the world. If untreated, it can lead to death within hours.
A team of researchers has uncovered evidence that a Mega-Flood, or series of megafloods, shaped the islands of the Bahamas Islands thousands of years ago.
Even after death, Michael Jackson’s earning power leaped off the charts, pushing him to the top of Forbes’ latest list of the top money-generating deceased celebrities.
After 43 years of majority rule and nearly 37 years of independence, the clutch of colonialism still controls much of our national psyche and imagination.