Bahamas Placed On Level 4 ‘Do Not Travel’ List By US

The Bahamas Hotel and Tourism Association’s (BHTA) president called it “regrettable” that the US has placed The Bahamas on its Level 4 “do not travel” list. Yesterday, the US State Department placed The Bahamas on its Level 4 (Very High) travel advisory, warning Americans to not travel here due to the high cases of COVID-19 infections. The advisory […]

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U.S. Donates $1.1 Million-Worth of Police Vehicles to RBPF

On July 29, the United States government formally donated 20 new Ford Police Interceptor hybrid SUVs to assist the Royal Bahamas Police Force (RBPF) routine police operations throughout The Bahamas. The 20 Interceptors will be utilized in Nassau, Grand Bahama, and the Abaco Islands, and will replenish part of the fleet that was lost during […]

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Dianne Bingham Steps Down, Remains on Board

Private Banking Veteran Sharon Colebrook Named Leno Trust Managing Director A Bahamian woman whose dedication and pursuit of excellence in private banking and wealth management earned her the prestigious title of Bahamas Financial Service Board’s Professional of the Year has been named to head Leno Trust Ltd. News of the appointment came from Mr. Sean […]

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Bahamas Tourism Not Affected By Covid Restrictions

Even with new covid restrictions, leaders of the tourism and hospitality industry in the Bahamas feel as if the country’s tourism will not be affected. BHTA President, Robert Sands, says the Bahamas as a whole has been taking covid safety and security very seriously and that there will not be any impact on the industry. […]

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