On Wednesday, the centre of Maria, the latest tropical storm in the Atlantic, Maria, was located about 1,205 miles east of the Leeward Islands and moving west at almost 23 mph.
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Seven major international oil companies are examining data prepared by a Bahamas-based oil exploration company.
Calypso U.S. Pipeline has decided to abandon the multi-million dollar project to build a pipeline to Florida from a planned LNG import terminal in the Bahamas.
Elkhorn coral – once the most prevalent coral in the Caribbean, including in the Bahamas – is now an endangered species, being killed off by white pox disease caused by human sewage.
REVOICE, the new fixed line telephone service to be launched by Cable Bahamas at the end of the month, will give consumers a choice and introduce serious competition to the market.
A San Francisco-area transit agency that blocked cellphone service to four downtown stations is receiving criticism from two groups that you usually do not see on the same side of issues.
Maybe it’s not that serious, but a study from research firm AptiQuant claims that Internet Explorer (IE) users have a lower than average IQ than people that use Google Chrome, or Firefox.
With the launch of the new E-Government Web Portal and e-services, a $10.2 million investment, the public has a new way to do business with the Government.
Do you know how to judge the wide spread popularity of a product? I’ll tell you how…When every Bahamian, and their Grandmothers are buying all the iTunes gift cards to get it. Turns out that Custom Computers, DC Tech and some other local computer businesses all ran out of ITunes gift cards. I guess they weren’t in the know.