Rare prehistoric rocks that played a valuable role in the development of the planet’s atmosphere are still alive and visible along Exuma Sound.
The Bahamas: Local News
Bankers and financial services educators from every corner of the globe were recently treated to a taste of paradise during a reception wrapping up the 19th World Conference of Banking Institutes.
Prime Minister Hubert Ingraham, is leading a high-level delegation on an investment promotion mission to Canada.
Career Environmentalists and Marine Biologists are advocating conservation and clean environmental protection practices that benefit all living in the community.
Solomon’s SuperCentre has bought into the BAIC initiative, the ‘Buy Fresh, Buy Bahamian’ programme, which offers easier access to a wider variety of Bahamian agriculture produce.
Medals for participants in the Governor General’s Youth Awards programme were presented at Government House by His Royal Highness Prince Edward, the Earl of Wessex.
Stanley’s eyes say it all: A kind heart asking for a forever home. Forsaken and sent to be killed at the Government Pound, luck would have it that Baark! rescued him, giving him a second chance at life.
Societe Generale Private Banking has partnered with Special Olympics Bahamas to send Team Bahamas to the Special Olympics World Summer Games, scheduled for June 20 – July 4, 2011 in Athens, Greece.
Likely the very first flash mob in The Bahamas took hundreds by surprise at Count Basie Square in the Port Lucaya Marketplace on St. Patrick’s Day.