September 1, 2017
The Nassau Lighthouse. Photo: Terrel W. Carey/Tribune Staff
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The Bahamian entrepreneur behind the proposed $2m renovation of Paradise Island's lighthouse yesterday said he refuses to continue "begging like a Jonser" after taking his battle with the Government to court.
A Bahamian entrepreneur yesterday said he was “assured” by Dr Hubert Minnis that his $2m Paradise Island project would not be “compromised” in favour of Royal Caribbean (RCCL).
Royal Caribbean will invest around $50m to develop its Royal Beach Club project on Paradise Island, its chief executive has revealed, having set a late 2022 target date for its opening. Michael Bayley, who is also the cruise line’s president, told T
Royal Caribbean will invest around $50m to develop its Royal Beach Club project on Paradise Island, its chief executive has revealed, having set a late 2022 target date for its opening.
Bay Street retailers yesterday reacted furiously to revelations of Royal Caribbean’s planned Paradise Island “beach break” destination, and questioned: “How will we survive?”Leon Griffin, Treasure Bahamas general manager, told Tribune Business he was
A Bahamian entrepreneur yesterday voiced fears that his $2m Paradise Island project is being “marginalised” and treated like “a second class citizen” to make way for Royal Caribbean.
TODAY marks the 200th anniversary of one of the country's most famed and historic landmarks, the Nassau lighthouse.