Three years after the first revival of Bahamas Speed Week re-awakened the nation’s appetite for vintage auto racing, the government announced plans to build a major motorsports complex to be completed by 2016.
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The Caribbean Hotel and Tourism Association Education Foundation (CHTAEF) has awarded US$50,000 in scholarships to 10 Bahamian students pursuing a higher education or professional development in hospitality and tourism after receiving more than 60 applications.
On August 6, Flying Fish Chef Tim Tibbitts and the Ministry of Tourism took to New York City to represent the Bahamas in a Midtown loft as part of an elegant affair called RESERVEDnyc. – Chefs of the Caribbean.
The 30th annual CANTO Conference for information and communication technology (ICT) operators throughout the Caribbean region got off to an exciting start.
If Justin Knowles and Lauren Russell were told a year ago that they would land a prestigious internship at one of the fastest growing private banking institution in The Bahamas, they would have been astounded and overjoyed at being presented with such an opportunity.
On Thursday, August 7, U.S. Chargé d’Affaires Lisa Johnson discussed business entrepreneurship with members of the Andros Youth Outreach Program and formally donated a collection of 110 books to the Central Andros District Council Office Resource Center.
“Pants can help you float” – one of the safety tips Joshua Storr and thirty-nine other campers learned at BREEF’s eighth annual “Sea Camp” at Gerace Research Center in San Salvador held from July 21-25.
The Bahamas Financial Services Board (BFSB) and the Professional Industry Associations have initiated planning for the annual Financial Services Student of the Year programme.
A pig farm that had lain fallow, roofs of its pens scattered across an overgrown field, is now bursting with life, thanks to one hotel’s belief in buying locally grown and produced food.