The Bahamas Ministry of Works and Transport has released a detailed map and an informative guide on how to use the new 6-legged roundabout in Nassau.
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Weather experts have raised Hurricane Earl to a category four storm, warning “catastrophic damage” will occur if it makes landfall…
John Spinks, Vice President, Commercial Development, Nassau Airport Development Co. (NAD) led a tour that included Bank of the Bahamas executives and managers along with owners of a few of the businesses approved to operate in the new terminal.
Minister of Education Desmond Bannister will discuss education issues and meet with the public on the rescheduled date Wednesday, September 1, at Bahamian Forum, an open discussion in Sandyport.
A full military funeral and celebration service was held for Her Majesty’s Prison Officer Christal Johnson, Friday, August 27th at Holy Cross Anglican Church.
Minister of Education Desmond Bannister Friday broke ground in West End, Grand Bahama for the construction of a security booth at the West End Primary School.
More than 30 disaster stakeholders and resident volunteers from the Fox Hill Community took part in a weeklong Community Emergency Response Team (CERT) programme, at the St. Anselm’s Parish on Bernard Road
In January 2010, three happiness ambassadors began an unprecedented journey to all 206 countries where Coca-Cola is sold to seek out “what makes people happy”. Today they visit the Bahamas to find the meaning of happiness here.
Several Kemp Road children crowded the Church of God of Prophecy on Shirley Street August 25 to collect Back to School packages and enjoy a free lunch with ice cream provided by the Kemp Road Urban Renewal initiative.