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Business Listing

Paradise Fisheries Ltd.
Fish & Seafood Suppliers,Food Products - Wholesale
  • #16 Mount Royal Avenue & Harley Street
  • Nassau
  • Nassau / Paradise Island, Bahamas
Business Listing

Ministry Of Agriculture & Marine Resources
Government Offices
  • Out Island Traders Bldg., East Bay Street & Okra Hill
  • Nassau
  • Nassau / Paradise Island, Bahamas
Business Listing

Market Paradiso
Restaurants
  • Paradise Island Ferry Terminal
  • Paradise Island
  • Nassau / Paradise Island, Bahamas
News Article

April 24, 2020
Pintard: We39re aware of fishermen39s concerns

Minister of Marine Resources and Agriculture Michael Pintard says the government is aware of the concerns of local fishermen in Grand Bahama regarding the reopening of fish markets to sell to the public and is seeking to address the issue. However,

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August 09, 2019
6.5m Fishing Hole Road causeway nears completion

THE new $6.5 million Fishing Hole Road causeway is just about completed, but some adjustments are being made in the area to ensure the safety of motorists and pedestrians accessing the fish market and vendor stalls on the north side.

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August 03, 2018
Opening of Crawfish Season Brings Renewed Focus on Sustainable Fishing and Expansion into International Markets

GOVERNMENT SET TO PUSH FOR INCREASED NUMBERS OF BAHAMIAN DIVERS IN LUCRATIVE LOBSTER INDUSTRY...

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News Article

December 30, 2016
Bell: We won't allow Senate standards to fall

While pointing out that Official Opposition Leader Loretta Butler-Turner can appoint whom she wishes to the Upper Chamber, Senator Keith Bell said governing members of the Senate will not allow opposition members such as controversial community activist and talk show host Rodney Moncur to turn Parliament into a "fish market".
Bell was asked for his assessment of Butler-Turner's Senate choices.
Mon...

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July 06, 2016
'No need to be alarmed by hammerhead sharks'

DIVING experts and marine science officials are emphasising that the public should not be alarmed by instances in which Great Hammerhead sharks are spotted near harbours, warning that the often passive species has a history of swimming in shallow waters.

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July 29, 2015
Bahamas represented at ICAST

A delegation from the Bahamas Out Islands Promotion Board and the Ministry of Tourism traveled to Orlando, Florida recently to participate in the International Convention of Allied Sportsfishing (ICAST) - the world's largest sportfishing trade show.

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