Architect extraordinaire Zaha Hadid has done it all. From dancing skyscrapers in Dubai to hidden Russian bungalows, from aerodynamic couches to aqua tables, she’s brought her signature curved line to almost every nook and cranny of the design realm.
Bahamas Reef Environment Educational Foundation, (BREEF) is holding an aptly named and themed, ‘Twenty Shades of Blue’ fund raising party to mark their 20th anniversary and to remember BREEF founder, the late Sir Nicolas Nuttall.
Award-winning Bahamian flagged vessels and their companies were recognized for their strong participation in the 2012 Coast Guard’s Automated Mutual-Assistance Vessel Rescue (AMVER) system.
Effort to refloat a Taiwanese tanker controlled by Formosa Plastics, off Grand Bahama, have failed for the third time.
A leading environmental attorney has found major cracks in the Bahamas Electricity Corporation’s (BEC) plan to construct a wall and stop the hemorrhaging of oil at Clifton Bay.
A popular Great Exuma resort and marina has shut its doors, in a move which will lead to job losses for employees and a reduction in destinations for visiting boaters.
Local diver, Cristina Zenato, has received international acclaim as a ‘shark whisperer’ after reaching elbow deep into the jaws of a Caribbean Reef Shark to extract a lodged fishing hook.
People have a right to know what is happening in their own back yard and yet once again people in Bimini cannot find out what is going on right in their own harbor.
While on a dive, Christina Zenato noticed that a shark had a hook stuck in its throat. Opening the shark’s mouth, she reached down its throat and pulled the hook out.