· July, 2011

Stories about Bahamas from July, 2011

Bahamas: Taking Precautions vs. Dengue

  29 July 2011

Womanish Words is shaken by her son's diagnosis of Dengue Fever, saying: “These are serious times. We all must take proper precautions. And we need to amp up the national response to the outbreak of Dengue Fever in Nassau. This thing is no joke.”

Bahamas: Road Works

  15 July 2011

Weblog Bahamas‘ Jerome Pinder wonders if the New Providence Road Improvement Project is a “road to nowhere…”

Bahamas: Land Use Planning

  13 July 2011

As the government considers using the Exumas island chain “as a model for land use planning throughout the country”, Bahama Pundit‘s Larry Smith says that “the $64,000 question is how to make all these good intentions real to the average Bahamian as well as to developers.”

Bahamas: Facebook Discussion Etiquette

  12 July 2011

Rick Lowe at Weblog Bahamas thinks that “genuine discussion” on Facebook “has gone the way of the Dodo bird”, adding: “Invective might be fun, but it serves no purpose other than to attempt to cut a conversation/discussion off.”

Bahamas: Saving the Forests

  6 July 2011

“Ever since the pine forests of the Bahamas were logged during the first 60 or so years of the last century, their ultimate survival has been in jeopardy due to conflicts with agricultural and commercial development”: Blogging at Bahama Pundit, Larry Smith says that “a new Forestry Act passed last...