The One&Only Ocean Club will be acquired by a New York-based industrial group owned by a Ukrainian-born billionaire, that will upgrade and expand the property in addition to other vacant land on Paradise Island.
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The 47th annual Long Island Regatta is set for June 6 at the newly refurbished Salt Pond regatta site, which has been equipped with new restroom facilities and an upgraded appearance.
Despite concerns regarding Morgans Hotel Group Management’s move to terminate its hotel management agreement with Baha Mar, resort officials insist the opening of the multibillion-dollar facility will not be delayed.
And so yet again we find ourselves facing another long, hot summer, with nothing more concrete standing between us and the threat of frequent blackouts than the word of a politician.
Kishan Munroe has unveiled a painting commemorating all the brave servicemen who served on HMBS Flamingo when it was attacked and sank in 1980.
Murders increased by eight percent between January 1 and May 23, 2014, compared to the same period in 2013, according to The Nassau Guardian’s records.
The Bahamas walked away with one medal in the IAAF Relays this weekend with a silver in the men’s 4×400 meter (m) relay.
Minister of State for Legal Affairs Damian Gomez yesterday tabled proposed amendments to the Juries Act, which aim to “improve the efficiency of criminal trials”.
In an act that displayed a great deal of insensitivity and confirmed just how out of touch our political leaders are, MPs want a raise in pay and a new $50 million building to house their greed and incompetence.