When dining at Iries Island Seafood Restaurant at the Our Lucaya Beach& Golf Resort, you have to sip on one of their signature martinis, which they boast are the best in the Caribbean--with drinks like Switcher, Gussy Mae, Caribbean Coffee, Gangsta Grammy, Island Fever, Sky Blue
With some$450,000 allocated for this fiscal year, and nearly$1.5 million spent since the inception of the Self Starter Program, Bahamians can expect to see a comprehensive report on the impact of the program soon.
Minister of State for Culture in the Ministry of Youth, Sports
On a recent edition of the program'Mansbridge----one on one'on CBC, Host Peter Mansbridge was interviewing Author Lindsay Green whose latest book titled'You may live a long time----are you ready?'has just been published. By way of research for the book, Ms. Green interviewed a whole lot
With fee changes at the Lynden Pindling International Airport(LPIA)now in effect, a local airline executive is concerned about how domestic operators will have to modify their budgets to incorporate the rise.
President of SkyBahamas Randy Butler toldGuardian Businessyesterday that airlines that can't absorb the fee
It's still the first few days of the new year and my heart is glad as I think about all the new food items I'm going to be trying this year to broaden my food horizon even further. So I was indeed even happier when
A magistrate will decide today whether a 39-year-old man accused of having sex with his daughter will be free on bail pending trial.
The man whose name and address have been withheld to protect the identity of the alleged victim appeared before Chief Magistrate Roger
A cross-dresser toting a gun held up Fidelity Bank's Robin Hood branch on Tonique Williams-Darling Highway yesterday and kidnapped the bank's manager after he took what is reported to be a substantial amount of money, police said.
The robbery, which was executed in under seven
A banking fee introduction of 1 percent on cash deposits in excess of$10,000 made over-the-counter has at least one gas station retailer crying foul and calling for government intervention.
Effective January 1, 2011, RBC Royal Bank of Canada(Bahamas)Ltd. implemented the fee hike. Other fee hikes
Those residents whose homes were not destroyed by a recent fire in a Haitian village on Alan Drive have won themselves another reprieve, as the government has decided that the shacks will not be destroyed at this time.
"We did not take down the houses
The grass is greener on the other side of the fence is a cliché that creates the spirit of competition, rivalry, jealousy and covetous attitude among people of all classes. Competition can inspire persons to excel at the highest level of the designed performance, because