A passenger on a Bahamasair flight from The Bahamas caused a shutdown of a section of concourse G at Miami International Airport yesterday when a bomb-sniffing dog trained its senses on that person's carry-on luggage, authorities said.
According to Transportation Safety Administration(TSA)spokesperson, Sari Koshetz, a
The heavily-debated new Business Licence Act is finally here, with the Ministry of Finance sending out a reminder that registration forms for businesses can now be obtained online.
"The Ministry of Finance advises the public that the new Business Licence Act 2010 took effect on
NEW ORLEANS--Sister Paula Gonzalez--dressed in sweats and sneakers--was directing a fellow nun to the ceiling of a closet--the last area in need of insulation before the group begins hanging drywall in a house that has stood empty since Hurricane Katrina flooded it.
"We're all glad
As the new year rolled in and Anglicans came together to celebrate the Patronal Festival of St. John's parish in Buckley's, Long Island, they were reminded of God's love for mankind.
Fr. Chester Burton, the new rector at St. Peter's parish in North Long Island
This past summer, the producers from Kenilworth Films, along with the cast from their movie Standing Ovation, chose the Ranfurly Home for Children to receive all proceeds raised during a charity concert event with the"Standing Ovation"cast in The Bahamas. Fortunately for the children living at
CHECK PRESENTATION: Bishop Laish Zane Boyd Sr. was presented a check for$,2000 by the Anglican Chorale to benefit the Diocesan Communications Ministry. The funds were proceeds from the 2010 Festival of Hymns and Anthems which was held at Christ Church Cathedral. The chorale is under the
Bahamas Communications and Public Officers Union(BCPOU)secretary general Denise Wilson accused Prime Minister Hubert Ingraham of arrogance yesterday further escalating the war of words between the union and government over the sale of the majority stake in the Bahamas Telecommunications Company(BTC)to Cable and Wireless Communications(CWC).
Kim Bodie, executive director of the Bahamas Institute of Financial Services(BIFS), is particularly excited about The Bahamas hosting this year's 19th World Conference of Banking and Finance Institutes--a first for the country.
Bodie, who has put in more than 30 years of service into BIFS,
URCA, the national communications regulator, released an impressive document on public service broadcasting on New Year's Eve. The regulator is soliciting opinions from the public via the consultation document on the future of ZNS.
We advise all Bahamians concerned about the evolution of our democracy
Accountant Philip Galanis is hoping to"soon"resolve an issue related to a default judgment for$150,000 entered against him in a Florida court,Guardian Businesscan confirm.
Galanis, themanaging partner of HLB Galanis&Co, was named in the latest OffshoreAlert report for the very same case. He said while the