The National Art Gallery of the Bahamas is featuring it’s Fifth National Exhibition (NE5) in which professional artists of The Bahamas were invited to create work on the theme “The Carbon Footprint: Bahamian Artists’ 21st Century Response to the Environment.”
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The Bahamas Automated Clearing House will be launching a new “direct credit” system next week, which is expected to improve electronic banking in the Bahamas.
After years of political maneuvering, construction off the new roll-on, roll-off dock is officially underway, literally paving the way for shipping to move from Bay Street to Arawak Cay.
The E-ID card is a smart card for holders of work permits, spousal permits, homeowners residence permits, and permanent residence permits.
Cable & Wireless Communications remains “the only show in town” for BTC, a Guardian Businesssource has revealed, but no proposal for the telephone monopoly has yet been officially tabled.
Deputy Prime Minister Brent Symonette yesterday revealed that the government does not intend to resume apprehension exercises of illegals residing in the country at this time.
BEC’s dwindling finances have left the corporation unable to maintain the equipment that generates energy on a regular basis and unable to afford the tools to repair the now dilapidated machinery.
The Government of The Bahamas has granted 88 work permits to the government of the People’s Republic of China, for workers to assist with the construction of a new Chinese Embassy in The Bahamas.
The “Companion Fly Free” program has helped room occupancy in The Bahamas’ major hotels soar to a two-year high, though they are still not at pre-recession levels.