The Facebook site was completely down at the time of this original posting. It has since been restored as of 4:48pm.
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Immigration has officially launched its E-Calendar, an online application for Bahamians to apply for their E-passport and make an appointment for enrollment at the Passport Office.
Attorney General John Delaney has announced the launch of the official website of the Office of the Attorney General and Ministry of Legal Affairs.
It is bad enough that Cable Bahamas is forcing everyone to buy digital set top boxes, but the way they are doing it is angering many of their customers.
The sentence and conviction, by allegedly corrupt and most certainly incompetent Magistrate Derence Rolle, of a college student who sent menacing messages via Facebook was oveturned by the Court of Appeal.
Coralwave was in the news last week bragging about profits being up, yet customers througout the Bahamas are complaining that their mail and Internet service is down… repeatedly.
Ten years after BahamasB2B founders gave a presentation in Freeport on e-Government in The Bahamas, it appears that Bahamian politicians are finally catching.
A leading Bahamian banker explained that St Kitts was chosen for his internet-based bank expansion because the Bahamas was “not ready” for such an institution.
In 2009, Google’s Dublin office, which houses roughly 2,000 Google employees, was credited with 88 percent of the search juggernaut’s $12.5 billion in sales outside the U.S. Most of the profits, however, went to the tax haven of Bermuda.