If we continue to ignore our family islands and the development of those islands, one day we will look up and they will be over-run by foreigners or deserted.
The Bahamas: Lifestyle
Oakley, the company best known for its high-end fashion sunglasses, is planning to distribute personal glasses for 3D viewing.
According to preliminary results from the 2010 Census, the population of The Bahamas has increased by over 16 percent during the past decade, compared to 19 percent in the previous decade.
The Ministry of Public Works & Transport has announced that that work has begun on Market Street as part of the New Providence Road Improvement Project, with improvements being made on the new one-way system from Robinson Road to Wulff Road.
PLP MP Ryan Pinder’s law firm, Becker & Poliakoff, along with the Florida Community Association Journal has announced the call for entries in the 2011 “Florida Communities of Excellence Awards.
The Bahamas Government in collaboration with the Caribbean Development Bank (CDB) officially launched the Family Islands Transport Enhancement Project.
Members of the One Bahamas Committee for Grand Bahama took their message of One God, One People, One Bahamas, to the eastern communities of Grand Bahama on Wednesday.
The Bahamas joins nations worldwide in celebrating World Food Day on Saturday.
The Embassy of the Republic of Cuba is conducting a contest entitled “Dos héroes” or “Two Heroes” to be held in the month of October.