September 3, 2018
Lighthouse Point, Eleuthera. Photo: Barefoot Marketing
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ACTIVISTS slammed the heads of agreement tabled in Parliament yesterday between Disney Cruise Lines and the government as a realisation of “our worst environmental, economic and societal fears.”
DISNEY Cruise Line Island Development Ltd’s proposal for Lighthouse Point, South Eleuthera was approved by the National Economic Council Friday.
THE government’s decision on Lighthouse Point is now expected to be made on Friday, Prime Minister Dr Hubert Minnis said yesterday.
Previous development plans for Lighthouse Point are “not the right measuring stick to determine” if Disney’s project should be approved, the Bahamas National Trust’s (BNT) chief believes.Eric Carey, its executive director, told Tribune Business that
An Eleuthera non-profit yesterday argued that Disney’s Lighthouse Point plans are “second best” to its proposal that retains “100 percent of the land and profits for Bahamians”.Shaun Ingraham, the One Eleuthera Foundation’s (OEF) chief executive, tol
A letter to all Bahamians, most particularly to the inhabitants of Eleuthera. Hello. Most of you don’t know me. I have, however, endeavoured to know more of you on each of my numerous visits to this wonderful, idyllic, tiny little island in the sun.
DISNEY Cruise Lines has made a presentation to the Bahamas Chamber of Commerce and Employers Confederation (BCCEC) regarding the company’s proposal to develop a destination at Lighthouse Point, Eleuthera.