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Author Archives: Nassau Guardian
Prime Minister Hubert Ingraham stated that the Cruise Port project proposed for the Williams Town area “is not going as well as expected.”
A 17-year-old boy was stabbed in the back at a nightclub in the area of the International Bazaar in Freeport.
Culture is one of the main attractions for tourists, and some feel the Caribbean tourism industry should do more to market each country’s unique cultural heritage.
The Authentically Bahamian Christmas Craft Show this year has taken on the format of a festival and spilled out of its confines of the hotel into the streets of downtown Nassau.
As the Baha Mar project is about to begin, Bahamian Contractors are again urging the government to incremenfally increase business license fees, rather than levy a proposed rate hike all at once.
Group travel business to the Atlantis Resort on Paradise Island is showing signs of a revitalization for 2011.
The Sunshine Pilot Club of Nassau is planning a Snow Ball – a grand event of festivity with proceeds going to support autism.
The Bahamas National Trust has issued a fact sheet in response to what it terms “the many misconceptions that have been repeatedly aired in the media and on the Internet about development in the Exuma Cays Land and Sea Park”.