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ELEUTHERA, Bahamas (January 20, 2021) – Hundreds of Bahamian students returning to school after the holiday break received new tablet computers donated by Disney Cruise Line.
Tourism officials announce plans for 30th anniversaryNassau, Bahamas: The Bahamas Ministry of Tourism has signed on as the host sponsor of the Caribbean Muzik Festival, which will this year commemorate a momentous milestone in the history of The Bahamas.
The Department of Civil Aviation advises that the airports in Spring Point, Acklins and Colonel Hill, Crooked Island have been inspected in the aftermath of Hurricane Joaquin and have now been re-o
Relief efforts following Hurricane Joaquin are in full swing, and tourism industry partners are joining government officials in an effort to bring much-needed relief to the Family Islands affected by the devastating storm.
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Relief efforts following Hurricane Joaquin are in full swing, and tourism industry partners are joining government officials in an effort to bring much-needed relief to the Family Islands affected
BMOT Assists With Hurricane Relief Efforts Now that the all clear has been given for the entire Bahamas after Hurricane Joaquin stormed through several islands in the Central and Southern Bahamas, the Bahamas Ministry of Tourism (BMOT) is sending the message out that The Bahamas is opened for business.
The Ministry Finance advises the public that where disaster relief operations are carried out by charitable and non-profit organizations, provisions exist under the VAT Act for
The Department of Civil Aviation is pleased to advise the general public that 2 additional Family Island airports are now open for ope
The Bahamas Department of Meteorology has given the "all clear" signal for the Islands Of The Bahamas as Hurricane Joaquin moves away from the archiapelgo, but the Bahamas Ministry of Tourism's (BM
The Department of Civil Aviation advises the public that the followingfamily island airports have been inspected and are now re-opened:

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