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Wednesday 20th October 2010 7:00 PM
Dr. Sealy will present her research carried out over the past two years on the marine biology and ecology of Inagua's remote coastline. This survey is a priority in light of the recent demands of the salt industry and devastation due hurricane Ike.
Cost: BNT Members, Free; Public, $2
Start Time: October 20th at 7:00pm
Where: The Retreat Village, Village Road
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An Investigative Report Claims He is a Lobbyist for the Shark Fin TradeMarch 22, 2012-Friday Harbor, WA-Sea Shepherd Conservation Society has called for and demanded the immediate removal of Dr Giam Choo-Hoo from the UN's Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species (CITES).
I would like to respond to a letter that was published in The Nassau Guardian on December 22. The letter, which was under the heading 'Bad Comparison', was written by one Errington W. I. Watkins.
FLORIDA - The
Jensen Beach 2010 Pineapple Festival played host once again
for the celebration of the 20th anniversary of the Sister
City relationship between Gregory town, Eleuthera and Jensen Beach,
Florida. A contingent of Eleutherans, coordinated by the Eleuthera
Ministry of Tourism Office led by Jackie Gibson and Glenda Johnson,
made the annual trip to provide authentic Bahami...
With close to 100 nominations received across the region, including 40 from The Bahamas, it is now your turn to help choose the FirstCaribbean Unsung Frontline Heroes in your community...
A $168m expansion of the Deep Water Cay resort has been approved by the government, Minister for Grand Bahama Dr Michael Darville has revealed, adding that there are other multi-million projects underway on the island.
Dr. Hubert Minnis. One day after an earthquake in the Caribbean Sea caused tremors on New Providence, Prime Minister Dr. Hubert Minnis said officials may need to take another look at the building codes in The Bahamas. "Going forward, our building codes may also have to take into [...]
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