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Ease of doing business reform to enhance compliance and enforcement of 4% charter fee requirement
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Filmmaker Andrew Erwin and two actors in his latest movie Woodlawn were recently in The Bahamas for a movie screening.
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The Ministry of Tourism has partnered with the Bahamas National Trust and the National Audobon Sciety to strengthen bird-based tourism in the Family Islands.
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More than 80 Bahamians are training to be professional bird tour guides through the IDB funded project.
The Bahamas Hotel and Tourism Association has joined forces with industry partners including the Ministry of Tourism, Cable Bahamas (Rev On), John Watling’s Distillery, The Bahamas Out Islands Promotion Board (BOIPB), The Nassau Paradise Island Promotion Board (NPIPB) and the Paradise Island Tourism Development Association (PITDA), in an effort to continue to highlight and promote, authentic “Tru-Tru” Bahamian Culture, Heritage, Traditions, Artistic and Culinary Flair and indigenous Flora and Fauna. 
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Here's a preview of the Tru Tru Bahamian Festival, a new festival coming this November. Find out more about it here...
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As the Ministry of Tourism's People-to-People program approaches its 40th year, Tourism Today is highlighting some of the amazing Ambassadors who help make the program a s
Film producer Andrew Erwin falls in love with The Bahamas during recent trip with Actress Sherry Shepherd. The Bahamas’ pristine, blue waters could once again be the backdrop of another major film. Read more here...
More than 50 million American subscribers to the top African American journalists will repeatedly hear and see about The Bahamas thanks to an initiative stemming from a partnership between Lead Pastor of Mount Tabor Full Gospel Baptist Church Bishop Neil C. Ellis and the Bahamas Ministry of Tourism (BMOT).
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He’s used to ‘shaking it up’ in The Bahamas, but now Bahamian Superstar musician Stevie S’ famous song will be played in the Miami Heat’s American Airlines arena when the Heat Dancers take the court.
The Bahamas Film & Television Commission and the Atlanta Mayor's Office of Film & Entertainment have agreed in principle to maintain a professional relationships, tapping into each other's network of locations and other resources.

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