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-Lord Rolle – did the slaves really inherit his Exuma land?
-Bahama land – geologically speaking is it rising or sinking?
-What’s in store for you and me in the year 2000
-Bahamian coins – collectors are discovering them
-My favourite beauty spot in the Bahamas – six islanders share their view
Leisure & Vacation
-European tourist market – it’s a lucrative business
-Pigeon shooting – macho Bahamian sport
The Family Islands
-The mysterious green turtles – conserving a Bahamian heritage
Farming – and the elusive Bahamian goal of self-sufficiency
Business & Finance
-Bahamian trusts – protecting international assets
-The Business Licence Act – introducing taxation on earnings
-Industrial diversification – encouraged by broad concessions
-Insurance – companies here offer extensive coverage
-Property development – new land policy explained
-Accommodations, air services, banking, boating, churches, company formation, customs, geography, history, immigration, population, postal information, public finance, ship services, transportation, wages, water rates and more.
-Tourism is booming – it’s Freeport/Lucaya’s economic backbone
-Edward St. George – the man who helped rebuild Freeport
-A new Bahamian image
-Accommodations, building permits, churches, cost of living, education, golf courses, international bazaar, licensing, transportation and more.
-Cabinet Ministers and their Portfolios
-House of Assembly
-Parliamentary Secretary, Heads of Public Corporations
-Public Service Officials
-Consuls & Foreign Government Reps
-Representatives of the Bahamas Abroad