Prime Minister Hubert Ingraham was successful in reaching a consensus on a number of significant issues related to the Baha Mar Cable Beach Development during his recent visit to China.
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The Bahamas was promoted as a more attractive centre for investment for potential investors, during Prime Minister the Rt. Hon. Hubert Ingraham’s Official Visit to the People’s Republic of China recently.
Ambassador Joshua Sears, Director General of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs has been honoured with two prestigious awards – for his outstanding work in the diplomatic profession and skills in foreign policy analysis.
The Bahamas Conference of Seventh-day Adventists was recognised for its contributions to nation building at its Third Quadrennial Session.
The Bahamas and the United States recommitted efforts to fighting the illicit drug trade, which has impacted the economic and social lives of both countries for more than three decades.
In The Bahamas, tea parties are still about tea, not politics, as shown in these photos of the Bahamas Agricultural and Industrial Corporation Sixth Gala Tea Party.
The Bahamas Postal Service has issued a Hurricane Awareness Commemorative Postage Stamp, highlighting the importance of hurricane preparedness.
Officials at the Passport Office are urging Bahamians to take advantage of the slow period and apply for the Machine Readable Passport or e-Passport, which is currently being issued within 14 days.
Five Bahamians received 2010 Organisation of American States Scholarships in various undergraduate and graduate studies aimed at nation building.