The Nassau Music Society, under the distinguished patronage of His Excellency Sir Arthur Foulkes, Governor General of The Bahamas, was delighted to present Quartetto Gelato at the College of The Bahamas on Friday night. In his opening remarks, Patrick Thomson reminded us that the Nassau
The Free National Movement(FNM)is claiming that the Progressive Liberal Party"organized and paid for"Wednesday's chaotic downtown protest.
In a statement released yesterday, the FNM claimed that the protest was"filled mostly with(PLP)supporters,"and hundreds of people who clashed with police and barged past barricades set up around the
Arawak Homes is moving to clear up a matter centered around the Pinewood Gardens Wastewater Treatment Plant, arguing that while the company did build the plant to specifications approved in the mid-1980s, government is solely responsible for its maintenance.
"In reports carried in the media,
The 2011 Suzuki Grand Vitara is an affordable compact SUV that is a nice fit on the roads of Nassau, but does the good outweigh the bad and make this vehicle a sure purchase?
The Grand Vitara certainly doesn't lack in the looks department, sporting
Downtown vendors'embarrassment over a broken restroom has turned to anger and disgust.
The vendors claim that the lack of proper facilities has started to affect their business. Vendors said the women's restroom facilities have been inoperable for nearly a week, forcing men and women to
Has the need for interpreters grown in the past 10 years?
Is it outpacing funding?
How difficult to find interpreters?
As early as next month, the public could get their first chance to participate in a multi-million-dollar initial public offering(IPO)of shares in Commonwealth Brewery,Guardian Businesshas learned.
The IPO is one of the most anticipated for 2011 and will allow retail and institutional investors to take a
The Government Secondary Schools Sports Association(GSSSA)senior boys basketball champions, the R.M. Bailey Pacers, moved back into the win column of the 29th Annual Hugh Campbell Basketball Classic, yesterday, with a 52-24 win over the Kingsway Academy Saints. The Pacers, the top ranked team coming in
Several downtown businesses felt a pinch in their profits on Wednesday because of protesters on Bay Street, and were unable to fully capitalize on the busiest day for stopover tourists.
The normal flow of traffic wasn't present on Wednesday, which negatively affected business that day,
Concerns about a hike in the number of uninsured drivers are going out after a decision by the Insurance Commission of The Bahamas to revoke the license of Atlantic First Insurance Company.
According to an industry insider, the commission must now make sure the Road