A former landmark rescued for renovations by a local artist has reportedly been sold as scrap metal and shipped off the island.
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The Bahamas National Trust (BNT) is aiming to raise $32 million to finance its latest five-year plan, its executive director disclosing it planned to unlock this nation’s “best kept secrets” for tourists.
Allen Cay has been declared free of damaging and invasive house mice thanks to a partnership dedicated to restoring the cay’s natural environment, seabirds, and endangered iguanas.
Statistics reveal our nation’s visitor margins have been eroded.
Rattled Bahamian commercial bankers fear that the new Homeowners Protection Bill will further depress economic recovery since the mortgage market in the Bahamas has already “collapsed”.
A warning from the US government to its citizens about the threat from armed robbers in Nassau has gone international after the story was picked up by The Associated Press.
Opposition Leader Dr Hubert Minnis thinks the College of the Bahamas’ president is being used as a scapegoat in the students-fee hike fiasco.
The LPGA is expected to make its first-ever official appearance in the Bahamas next month with the Pure Silk-Bahamas LPGA Classic.
Immigration Minister Fred Mitchell said the government will no longer allow industrial companies to apply for work permits without labour certificates showing that there are no Bahamians available for the jobs.