- New Emergency Order outlines changes to indoor dining and travel requirements for fully vaccinated
- Bahamas-Brazil discussions on Disaster Preparedness
- Bahamas Press Club deeply saddened By death of Sir Charles Carter
- Courtesy call by His Excellency Rodolfo Sabonge of the Association of Caribbean States to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs
- Help Desks at COVID-19 Vaccination Centers to assist with second dose appointments
- Brazil's Ambassador makes courtesy call on Minister Dames
- RBDF Officers celebrating 25 Years pay courtesy call on the Governor General
- Ambassador of Brazil paid a courtesy call on Deputy Prime Minister Bannister
- Lucayas Bank Executive Team paid courtesy call on the Prime Minister
- Ambassador of Brazil pays courtesy call on Minister D'Aguilar
- Bahamas Development Bank looks at the potential and offers grants for training
- RBDF's Entry 41 and Woman Entry 13 gives back to Community
- $240,000 Gift to St Andrew’s International School
- UB’s Climate Change Centre Collaborates with Cape Eleuthera Institute on New Climate Change Publication
- Republic Bank brings relief to St. Vincent and the Grenadines.
- Commander Defence Force introduced to Incoming OPBAT Director
- The Bahamas Electronic Cabinet Management Information System officially launched
- HE Sidney Collie Presents Copie d'Usage of Letters of Credence to the Government of Mexico
- RBDF gives Search and Rescue Update
- Diver, Businessman Mario Carey lauds US court for $200,000 fine for American caught illegally fishing in Bahamian waters
- What’s new in the Islands of The Bahamas in May
- Bahamas Crisis Centre Devastated Over Death of Donna Nicolls
- Ministry of Foreign Affairs on continuation of the ban on travelers from Haiti
- Fake apps and websites on the rise- Scotiabank Bahamas urges vigilance
- DNA Leader on 10th Anniversary of Party
- Prime Minister Minnis and Mrs. Minnis receive their second dose of COVID-19 Vaccine
- Launch of The Bahamas Electronic Cabinet Management Information System
- Brazil's Ambassador pays courtesy call on the Leader of the Opposition
- 33,600 doses of COVID-19 Vaccine through COVAX Facility, arrived today
- WSC Team conducts site assessments in Inagua, San Salvador and South Eleuthera
- NOTICE - Second Dose COVID-19 Vaccine
- Our Islands Our Future coalition Hosts Webinar
- 600+ apply for Lyford Cay Foundations Scholarships
- Second doses of COVID-19 Vaccine to begin Monday 10 May
- Deputy Freedom of Information Commissioner receives instrument of Office from the Governor General
- Mothers serving in the Defence Force Mother’s Day Special Feature Leading Woman Marine Tancia Russell
- Residents in East Grand Bahama benefit from solar streetlights, thanks to the DRA
- BHTA president calls homeporting a ‘win-win’, warns ‘We get one bite at this apple’
- Uriah McPhee students benefit from donation of Child Protection guide books
- Prime Minister breaks ground on new International Airport for Exuma
- False report of a COVID-19 vaccine related death
- Minister Lloyd Thanks Valencia College Master Trainer
- Chief Magistrate delivers message of encouragement to students seeking a second chance
- Chinese Ambassador pays courtesy call on Minister Campbell
- Air Navigation Services Agreement ends ‘decades’ of talks; results in fees being paid to an entity owned by the Government
- Bahamas Holds First Annual Regional Trafficking In Persons Committee Forum
- PHA announces New Acting Principal Nursing Officer at the Princess Margaret Hospital
- Committee thanks Office of Spouse of the Prime Minister for support during Child Protection Month
- PHA announces New Acting Hospital Administrator at Sandilands
- Chinese Ambassador Pays Courtesy Call on the Minister of Disaster Preparedness, Management and Reconstruction
- Prime MInister Minnis Remarks - Securities Industry (Amendment) Bill 2021
- Pier One Restaurant and Sushi Bar Mother's Day Special Menu
- Hon. Dionisio D'Aguilar - Remarks - Ceremonial Signing of Air Navigation Services Agreement
- PwC in the Caribbean and the PwC Charitable Foundation donate $100,000 to St. Vincent volcano relief efforts
- Minister D'Aguilar updated on multi-million-dollar Sandals Royal Bahamian redevelopment
- Migrants arraigned In a Freeport Magistrate Court for illegal embarkation
- Members of UNESCO pay courtesy call on Minister Lloyd
- Lighthouse Pointe Mother's Day
Restaurants on islands previously prohibited from offering indoor dining
may now offer indoor dining to patrons who have been fully vaccinated
for COVID-19 in accordance with the recently released Emergency Powers
(COVID 19 Pandemic) (Management and Recovery) Order, 2021.
This applies to New Providence and Abaco.
Patrons must provide documentary proof of vaccination. All patrons and employees must continue to adhere to COVID-19 protocols...
His Excellency Claudio Raja Gabaglia Lins, Ambassador of the Federative
Republic of Brazil to the Commonwealth of The Bahamas, paid a courtesy
call on the Hon. Pakesia Parker-Edgecombe, Minister of State for the
Ministry of Disaster Preparedness, Management and Reconstruction on
Thursday, May 13, 2021 at the Ministry's offices. Talks focused on
disaster preparedness and ways both countries can mutually benefit in
The Bahamas Press Club today is deeply saddened by the passing of a
noted Bahamian son, Sir Edward Charles Carter, KCMG. He was 78.
Charles’ career ran the gamut from a radio announcer and television
personality to the House of Parliament, and the Cabinet to newspaper
publisher, and radio station owner.
Charles, as he was affectionately called, was a pioneer in the early
1960s with the Young Bahamians radio programme on ZNS. He rose through
the ranks of the Broadcasting Corporation of The Bahamas...
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Commonwealth of The Bahamas is
pleased to inform the general public that His Excellency Rodolfo
Sabonge, Secretary General (SG) of the Association of Caribbean States
(ACS) made a courtesy call 13 May 2021 on High Commissioner (HC) Reuben
Rahming, The Bahamas High Commissioner to CARICOM, ACS and Caribbean
SG Sabonge, a national of Panama, was elected on 1 November 2020, replacing H.E. June Soomer of St. Lucia...
A Help Desk has been set up at each Vaccination Center to assist persons
having difficulty making an appointment to receive the second dose of
the COVID-19 vaccine through vax.gov.bs.
However, before visiting a Vaccination Center you should try the following steps to attempt to correct the issue...
Minister of National Security the Hon. Marvin Dames is pictured during a
courtesy call at his Ministry with Resident Ambassador of the
Federative Republic of Brazil to the Commonwealth of The Bahamas His
Excellency Claudio Lins (left), on May 13, 2021. Also present from his
Ministry were Acting Permanent Secretary Cheryl Darville; Dr. Jennifer
Bethel of the Research and Development Unit; and police liaison ASP
(BIS Photos / Eric Rose)...
The Royal Bahamas Defence Force Entry 31 and Woman Entry 5 celebrating
25 years called upon Governor General His Excellency the Most Hon. Sir
Cornelius A. Smith at the Office of the Governor General on Thursday,
May 13, 2021.
(BIS Photo/Letisha Henderson)...
Ambassador of the Federative Republic of Brazil His Excellency Claudio
Lins (left) paid a courtesy call on Deputy Prime Minister and Minister
of Public Works the Hon. Desmond Bannister, May 13, 2021 at the
(BIS Photo/Kristaan Ingraham)...
Mrs. Faye Mythen (second left), Adviser to Lucayas Bank (formerly
Private Investment Bank Limited) and the Executive Team paid a courtesy
call on Prime Minister, the Most Hon. Dr. Hubert A. Minnis (centre), May
10, 2021 at the Office of the Prime Minister. Mrs. Mythen was
Accompanied by Edward Lynch, Vice-Chairman of Lucayas Bank, Senator
Janet “Lisa” Bostwick-Dean, Director of Lucayas Bank/Legal Counsel; John
H. Bostwick II, Director of Old Church Financial Investments
Limited/Legal Counsel; and PS David Davis along with Mr. Nathaniel
Beneby of the Office of the Prime Minister. (BIS Photos/Yontalay Bowe)
Ambassador of the Federative Republic of Brazil to the Commonwealth of
The Bahamas HE Claudio Lins paid a courtesy call on Minister of Tourism
and Aviation the Hon. Dionisio D'Aguilar, May 12, 2021 at the Ministry's
(BIS Photo\Kemuel Stubbs)...
The recent Blue Economy Think Tank hosted by the Strategic Development
and Initiatives Unit of The Bahamas Development Bank attracted over 340
registered participants and 20 panelists from The Bahamas and abroad,
who examined ways in which Bahamians can benefit from sustainable use of
the country’s vast ocean resources.
The event’s over-arching
theme was, ‘From Small Island State...
As the Royal Bahamas Defence Force continues to enforce the Commander
Defence Force, Commodore Raymond King’s strategic objective of
strengthening relationships with stakeholders and the community at large
as a socially corporate citizen, the members of RBDF Entry 41 Woman
Entry 13 recently donated grocery items to the Urban Renewal Center, St.
In commemoration of celebrating 16 years of service
to the country the combined male, and female squad decided that it was
only fitting that they do a charitable project in an inner-city
St Andrew’s International School is pleased to announce a generous
donation from Mr. Ian D. Fair and daughters Nicole, Sasha, and Kelly
Fair in memory of their beloved wife and mother Sylvia Fair. In memory
of Mrs. Sylvia Fair, the family has committed to a $240,000 donation to
create the Sylvia Fair Scholarship Fund. The scholarship will support
three qualified government school academic students throughout grades
9-12: one student from Long Island, one student from Abaco, and one
student from Nassau each year...
The University of The Bahamas (UB) Climate Change Adaptation and
Resilience Research Centre (CCARR) and the Cape Eleuthera Institute
(CEI) have produced a publication on the climate change challenges
confronting The Bahamas and the anticipated effects on the archipelago.
information brief entitled, “Climate Change & The Bahamas
Information Brief” was published in March 2021. It gives a concise
breakdown of the country’s current state of affairs, as well as
projected climate change patterns...
On Friday April 9th, 2021, the government of St. Vincent and the
Grenadines declared a state of emergency and an order for evacuation of
residents in the high-risk areas, described as the red and orange zones,
as the island was threatened by intensified volcanic activity at La
Soufriere. Republic Bank immediately activated a local crisis
management team to strategize and mitigate the likely impact of
situation. No doubt, having to deal with a natural disaster during a
pandemic is no easy task...
As an indigenous Caribbean financial
institution who cares about our people, the bank took a collective
approach from the get-go to respond and within a matter of days...
The outgoing Director of Operation Bahamas Turks and Caicos (OPBAT),
Commander Michael Benson paid a courtesy call on Commander Defence
Force, Commodore Raymond King on 11 May 2021 at HMBS CORAL HARBOUR.
the meeting, Commander Benson shared words of gratitude for the
cooperation experienced with the Defence Force during his tenure as
Director. He has served twenty years as a member of the United States
The Bahamas Electronic Cabinet Management Information System
(BECMIS) was officially launched at Cabinet Office, Tuesday, May 11,
2021, as an integral part of the overall digital transformation strategy
of The Government of The Bahamas.
The system was
designed and implemented to improve business processes and operating
procedures in the Cabinet Office, Minister of State for Finance and for
Grand Bahama Sen. the Hon. J. Kwasi Thompson stated during a press
conference during the launch...
His Excellency Sidney Collie, Ambassador of The Bahamas to the United
States (pictured left), presented the copie d’usage of letters of
credence to His Excellency Ambassador Esteban Moctezuma, Ambassador of
Mexico, in a brief ceremony at the Mexican Cultural Institute on
Thursday 6th May, 2021. After the presentation, both Ambassadors
engaged in a bilateral conversation about matters of mutual interest
including COVID-19, strengthening of trade relations between Mexico and
The Bahamas and Mexico’s candidature for the Inter-American Commission
on Human Rights (IACHR)...
The Royal Bahamas Defence Force has called off the search for a
missing boater who reportedly went missing on journey to Abaco over a
Commander William Sturrup, the RBDF’s Search and Rescue Coordinator
shared that: “After days of canvassing an expansive area of waters
around Chub Cay, and the Berry Islands, we have suspended Search and
Rescue operations for the missing individual”, he said. “The Defence
Force is grateful to interagency partners and the United States Coast
Businessman, lifelong diver Mario Carey says The Bahamas has to get
tougher on illegal fishing or face a day when fresh reef fish will be
On land, Mario Carey is known as the real estate guru who can make a deal with a telephone call and a handshake.
the water, he’s facing a far tougher battle, an uphill slog to get
everyone onboard to stop the illegal harvesting of Bahamian conch, fish
The Islands of The Bahamas await travelers who are ready to plan their
summer vacations. Those wishing to visit the idyllic sandy beaches and
irresistible blue waters of the islands are sure to find the paradise
experience of their dreams in The Bahamas.
Goes Virtual – The beloved People-to-People program...
The Bahamas Crisis Centre is deeply saddened over the loss of its
Deputy Director Donna Nicolls who passed away Monday, May 10, 2021 at
the age of 67.
“We are devastated over the loss of our right
hand, Mrs. Donna Nicolls,” said Director Dr Sandra Dean-Patterson in a
statement released Tuesday, May 11...
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs wishes to advise members of the
public that the suspension of travelers directly from, or transiting
through, Haiti will continue with effective 12 May 2021 for 30 days.
Bahamas Government found it necessary to take this measure, given the
continuing uncertainties regarding the management of the pandemic in
As The Bahamas continues to transition to being a more digital society,
amidst the COVID-19 pandemic, Scotiabank (Bahamas) is urging customers
to pay keen attention to online safety and to be vigilant when
The Bank wants customers to take steps to
verify the legitimacy of websites and apps – particularly sites used to
conduct purchases and other financial transactions. “The pandemic has
forced many of us to rely on delivery services and more frequent online
Ten years ago, a beacon of hope in Bahamian politics symbolized by the
Lighthouse emerged. The political landscape of our nation was altered
with the formation of the Democratic National Alliance (DNA) and the
fight for the fulfillment of the second part of the Quiet Revolution was
set in motion. The road has not been easy but we have persevered, taken
the blows, learned the lessons and strengthened our Party in the midst
of systemic obstacles.
One decade later, the DNA remains the hope
for real change within our Bahamaland. Indeed through many dangers,
toils and snares we have already come...
Prime Minister the Most Hon. Dr. Hubert Minnis and Mrs. Patricia Minnis
received their second dose of the COVID-19 AstraZeneca vaccine today at
Kendal G. L. Isaacs Gym. The Prime Minister and Mrs. Minnis are
pictured receiving the vaccine, getting the vaccine sticker, and waiting
in the observation area after inoculation. Administration of the
second dose began today in New Providence and Grand Bahama. First doses
continue at all vaccination centres.
(BIS Photos/Patrick Hanna)
See enclosed remarks by Senator the Hon. Kwasi Thompson at the Launch of the Bahamas Electronic Cabinet Management Information System, today, at Cabinet Office.
As an integral part of the
overall digital transformation strategy of The Government of The
Bahamas, I am pleased to announce the launch of the Bahamas Electronic
Cabinet Management Information System (BECMIS), or as I refer to
Resident Ambassador of Brazil to the Commonwealth of The Bahamaas His
Excellency Claudio Lins (left) paid a courtesy Call on Leader of the
Opposition the Hon. Philip Davis, at the Office of the Leader of the
Opposition, May 11, 2021.
(BIS Photo/Patrick Hanna)...
The next batch, comprising 33,600 doses, of AstraZeneca COVID-19 vaccine
through the COVAX facility arrived in New Providence today. Pictured
meeting the shipment at Jet Aviation are Chair of the National COVID-19
Vaccine Consultative Committee Dr. Merceline Dahl-Regis (pictured right,
near vehicle) and Manager of the National Immunization Programme Nurse
(BIS Photos/Kristaan Ingraham)...
Executive Chairman of the Water & Sewerage
Corporation Adrian Gibson, General Manager Elwood Donaldson and a team
from the corporation made visits recently to three islands -- Inagua,
San Salvador, and South Eleuthera -- to conduct site assessments on the
installation of new Water & Sewerage-owned and operated reverse
osmosis plants, review the level of water production, and attend to WSC
matters on the ground...
Some residents who have already received the first dose of the COVID-19
vaccine are experiencing difficulty making an appointment for the second
dose. This is due in part to the migration of data from one digital
platform to another.
Data managers are currently working to correct this issue as quickly as possible...
Our Islands Our Future (OIOF), a coalition of business owners,
environmental groups and individuals who oppose oil drilling in Bahamian
waters, will host a live webinar on the future oil drilling in The
Bahamas on Wednesday, May 12, 2021. The event will take a closer look
at the array of natural resources and industries which would be
adversely impacted by an oil spill in our waters.
The webinar is open to the public and will facilitate the exchange of opinions and expertise...
COVID-19 turned the world upside down, closing schools to in-person
learning, shutting down tourism and forcing countries to ramp up
healthcare operations. But there is one thing it did not dampen –
Bahamian students’ desire to go to college.
More than 600 applicants in The Bahamas applied for a Lyford Cay Foundations...
The administration of the second dose of the COVID-19 vaccine will begin
on Monday 10 May on New Providence and Grand Bahama at the following
Starting today, Sunday 9 May, you may make an
appointment to receive your second dose of the COVID-19 vaccine. The
date of your second dose appointment should be no fewer than seven weeks
after the date of your first appointment...
Governor General His Excellency the Most Hon. Sir Cornelius A. Smith
presented Shane Miller, Deputy Freedom of Information Commissioner, with
Instrument of Office during a ceremony at the Office of the Governor
General on Thursday, May 6, 2021. Attorney General and Minister of
Legal Affairs the Hon. Carl W. Bethel Q.C., delivered remarks. Pictured
in the group photo, the Governor General, centre, Attorney General,
left, and Mr. Miller. (BIS Photos/Letisha Henderson)...
Leading Woman Tanica Russell is a reserve individual within the
workplace and is a marine that has pious character. She is a stern,
no-nonsense woman, who has a fleeting smile. Nevertheless, she
possesses a genuine concern for her subordinates; thus, making her an
approachable person. Her attitude, dedication, and commitment bring a
high standard to those around her. She is a reliable person, a true
leader, a model to emulate and an indelible asset to the Royal Bahamas
Russell enlisted into the Defence Force as part of New Entry
40/Woman Entry 12, on 23 August, 2004. She was up to the challenge and
determined to carry her own weight by providing for her future...
Thanks to the Disaster Reconstruction Authority (DRA) and Food for
the Poor, residents of East Grand Bahama have street lighting as crews
of the Grand Bahama Power Company continue to work towards full
restoration of electricity to those communities.
devastation by Hurricane Dorian in 2019, which ravaged East Grand
Bahama, residents have had to endure living without electricity for
months. Because the damage was so extensive in East Grand Bahama...
Calling homeporting a ‘win-win’ for the country, president of the
Bahamas Hotel & Tourism Association Robert ‘Sandy’ Sands this week
lauded the potential of Royal Caribbean’s plans to homeport in Nassau
this summer, declaring it would boost airlift, help fill hotel rooms,
and provide opportunities for professional services, jobs, vendors and
an uptick to a comeback economy...
Officials of the National Child Protection Council (NCPC), the Child
Protection Month Committee and the Free Town Urban Renewal Centre
recently teamed up with Administrators, Staff and Fifth-Grade students
of Uriah McPhee Primary School to commemorate Child Protection Month.
collaboration resulted in almost 100 of the NCPC’s “Say No, Then Go”
Colouring Books being donated to the students...
Ground was broken, and a $65 million contract was signed today for the
development of the new Exuma International Airport, representing the
single largest investment in any Family Island airport in The Bahamas.
Minister the Most Hon. Dr. Hubert Minnis said this critical project
will deliver increased employment opportunities and cultivate
entrepreneurs at the airport and nearby locations catering to the
The Ministry of Health is aware of a circulated social media report
of a young Baha Mar employee who collapsed and died. The report
suggested that the employee died as a result of taking the COVID-19
The general public is advised that the
medical history of the individual does not support the COVID-19 vaccine
or any other vaccination as being the cause of death...
Minister of Education, the Honourable Jeffrey Lloyd, recently
presented a plaque to Valencia College’s Construction Program Manager,
Mark Hughes in appreciation of his work with the Bahamas Technical and
Vocational Institute (BTVI).
Mr. Hughes is a Master
Trainer of the National Center for Construction Education and Research
(NCCER) certification. He has played a crucial role in helping BTVI to
achieve its goal of training 1,000 persons in the NCCER Core program by
the end of the year...
A special visitor spent quality time with students who are getting a
second chance to learn critical numeracy and literacy skills to improve
their employment prospects through Revive Academy at University of The
Bahamas. The academy is an initiative under the Citizen Security and
Justice Programme (CSJP) of the Ministry of National Security.
Magistrate Joyann Ferguson-Pratt, a UB alumna, was the guest speaker at
the CSJP Goal Development Seminar, held on Friday, 30th April...
Chinese Ambassador to The Bahamas, Her Excellency Dai Qingli, recently
paid a Courtesy Call on Minister of Social Services and Urban
Development, the Hon. Frankie A. Campbell, at the Ministry’s Head
Offices, located in the Aventura Plaza, John F. Kennedy Drive and Bethel
Minister Campbell was accompanied by Ms. Phedra Rahming,
Permanent Secretary, Ministry of Social Services and Urban Development,
and Ms. Kim Sawyer,ActingDirector,DepartmentofSocialServices...
Officials of the newly-created Bahamas Air Navigation Services Authority
and the United States Federal Aviation Administration (FAA), Wednesday
(May 5, 2021) concluded the ceremonial signing of a historic Air
Navigation Services Agreement between the two entities.
of Tourism and Aviation, the Hon. Dionisio D’Aguilar, said the Agreement
allows the Minnis Administration to correct a “construct that left The
Bahamas totally out of the loop as it relates to the management and fee
Minister of National Security the Hon. Marvin Dames addresses the
opening ceremony for the first Annual Regional Trafficking In Persons
Committee (TIPCOM) Forum, on May 6, 2021, at his Ministry in the Orville
Turnquest Complex, John F. Kennedy Drive. The forum was held virtually
under the theme “A Regional Discussion on Successes and Challenges In
Anti-Trafficking Activities.” Countries that participated virtually in
the forum included Antigua and Barbuda, Belize, Haiti, Saint Vincent and
the Grenadines and Turks and Caicos Islands...
TThe Public Hospitals Authority (PHA) is pleased to announce the
appointment of Mrs. Charlene Davis as Principal Nursing Officer (PNO) at
the Princess Margaret Hospital (PMH) with effect from April 6th, 2021.
With over thirty-three (33) years of clinical and administrative
nursing experience, Mrs. Davis is well equipped to ensure the delivery
of the standards of nursing care.
Among the first graduates of The College of The Bahamas’ Associate
of Arts degree in Nursing program, Mrs. Davis began her career as a
Registered Nurse in 1987. She served with distinction as in the
Intensive Care Unit including serving in the role of Charge Nurse for
the ward. Promoted to Nursing Officer II in 2003, she would serve as
Hospital Duty Area Officer during evening shifts....
Members of the National Child Protection Month Committee presented Mrs.
Patricia Minnis, Office of the Spouse of the Prime Minister, with a
T-Shirt and Mask commemorating the 2021 National Child Protection Month
as a thank you for Mrs. Minnis’ support of National Child Protection
Month (April, 2021), and her participation in child abuse prevention
The presentation was made by committee members Mrs.
Seanalea Lewis and Mrs. Yvette Bain, who both serve in the Child
Protection Unit of the Department of Social Services. Child Protection
Month concluded Friday, April 30...
The Public Hospitals Authority (PHA) is pleased to announce the
appointment of Ms. Jessica Cartwright as Acting Hospital Administrator
at the Sandilands Rehabilitation Centre (SRC) with effect from April
A former educator, Ms. Cartwright earned her Master of Health
Administration (HONORS) from Western Connecticut State University and
began her career in Health Administration at the Public Hospitals
Authority, Princess Margaret Hospital (PMH) in July 1999, where she was
posted as Trainee Administrative Cadet. She was appointed Assistant
Hospital Administrator in 2001 and accepted the appointment as Senior
Assistant Hospital Administrator in 2003.
Throughout her tenure at PMH, Ms. Cartwright made significant
contributions to the operations and further development of the hospital,....
Ambassador of the People's Republic of China to the Commonwealth of The
Bahamas Her Excellency Dai Qingli paid a courtesy call on the Minister
of Disaster Preparedness, Management and Reconstruction the Hon. Pakesia
Parker-Edgecombe, May 5, 2021 at the Ministry's offices.
See enclosed remarks by Prime Minister the Most Hon. Dr. Hubert Minnis in the House of Assembly:
I rise to address the House on the Securities Industry (Amendment) Bill, 2021.
This legislation proposes to amend the Securities Industry Act 2011 and brought into force on the 30th of December 2011...
Pier One Restaurant and Sushi bar
MOTHER'S DAY SPECIAL MENU
CONCH CHOWDER SOUP
CHICKEN CAESAR SALAD...
See enclosed remarks by Minister of Tourism and Aviation the Hon. Dionisio D'Aguilar today at the Ceremonial Signing of Air Navigation Services Agreement Between Bahamas Air Navigation Services Authority and Federal Aviation Administration at Cabinet Office:
Simply put this is a historic day in the Commonwealth of The Bahamas!
we are about to conduct a ceremonial signing of a historic Air
Navigation Services Agreement between the newly created Bahamas Air
Navigation Services Authority and the United States Federal Aviation
PwC in the Caribbean and the PwC Charitable Foundation have
collectively donated $100,000 to disaster relief and recovery efforts in
St. Vincent and the Grenadines.
On 9 April 2021,
the La Soufriere volcano erupted, sending ash and gas plumes miles into
the sky and affecting neighbouring islands.The disaster has displaced
about 20,000 people...
Minister of Tourism and Aviation the Hon. Dionisio D'Aguilar had a
tour today of the ongoing multi-million-dollar redevelopment of Sandals
Royal Bahamian, Cable Beach. The tour was conducted by Executive
Chairman of Sandals Resorts International Adam Stewart. Minister
'D'Aguilar and members of the press viewed many aspects of the upcoming
(BIS Photos/Kristaan Ingraham)...
On 3rd May, 2021, eight (8) migrants were arraigned in the Freeport
Magistrate's Court #3 before Magistrate Laquay Laing. Two (2) Romanians,
one (1) Costa Rican, three (3) Ecuadorians, one (1) Eritrean and one
(1) Haitian national were all charged with Illegal Embarkation. All
migrants pled guilty to the offense and were convicted and fined $300.00
each or in default of payment, serve six (6) months at the Bahamas
Department of Correctional Services...
The Hon. Jeffrey L. Lloyd, Minster of Education received a Courtesy Call
from members of The Bahamas National Commission for UNESCO (United
Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization), on
Thursday, April 29, 2021, to thank the Ministry for contributions made,
which assisted them in achieving many of their goals.
members from the Commission were in attendance including: His Excellency
Desmond Edwards, Ambassador and Permanent Delegate...
Freeport, Grand Bahama Over the years, mom has given you so much. This Mother’s Day, give her something in return by treating her to the best brunch on Grand Bahama Island. Our Mother’s Day Bunch will be held in Portobello’s and Churchill’s Restaurant from 12-5 p.m. on Sunday, May 9th. We’ll be featuring classic brunch favorites like mimosas, omelets, assorted pastries and more! Don’t wait until the last minute. Reserve your table today.
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