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Atlantis Increases Security With Ban

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Responding to the shootings that left two Paradise Island security guards in hospital Saturday night, Atlantis executive George Markantonis announced yesterday that the resort intends to impose a ban on unsupervised minors on weekends.

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Business Trade Show and Energy Conference

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The Bahamas Chamber of Commerce and the Bahamas Hotel Association are bringing together buyers and sellers of goods and services to promote New Business Opportunities and reinforce existing relationships in their annual Bahamas Business Expo & Energy Efficiency Conference.

The event takes place at the Sheraton Cable Beach Resort, Independence Ballroom, Nassau, The Bahamas on Friday, November 13th and Saturday, November 14th.

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Treasure Cay Takes Over Isle of Capri End of November

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Treasure Bay Gaming & Resorts will take over operation of the Our Lucaya Casino from Isle of Capri on or before November 23, 2009.
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British Airways Strike Threatens Tourist Arrivals

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The threat of a U.K. air tax hike may be overshadowed by a more imminent danger, with a top Bahamas Hotel Association (BHA) executive pointing to the effects a possible British Airways strike could have on air arrivals from that destination.
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Eleuthera Scores High on Travel List, Grand Bahama Lower

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Two Bahamian islands are featured on the list of the world's most iconic destinations in the National Geographic Traveler magazine; however, one of them is placed in the 'worst-rated' category.
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