There were days when Galen Saunders, CEO of More 94 FM, wondered how he would keep the doors of his small, struggling radio station open.
The Bahamas: Local News
MasterCard renewed its commitment to The Bahamas ‘Find Your Way’ promotion with a re-launch of the campaign maximizing value for visitors and locals alike.
Governor General Sir Arthur Foulkes bade farewell to the Ambassador of the People’s Republic of China, Hu Dingxian, during a Courtesy Call at Government House on February 8.
When the multinational cast of Up with People takes the stage at Jack Hayward High School in Grand Bahama on February 24th, audience members will find something for virtually every musical taste and interest.
It’s never too early to begin to shape young minds about the many career and business opportunities in the world’s largest industry – tourism, according to officials from the Bahamas Hotel Association.
The Nassau Music Society, dedicated to furthering education in the musical arts, continues their concert season with Quartetto Gelato from Canada.
The Bahamian family feature film, Wind Jammers is set to premiere in Grand Bahama on Saturday, February 12th.
The Office of the Attorney General announced plans for a Witness Care Conference, designed to address the “gaps” and “inefficiencies” in the criminal justice system.
Business owners on Baillou Hill Road were informed about plans to commence construction of roadworks for the one-way system that will continue on Baillou Hill Road north to Duke Street.