Doctors Hospital is the first in the Bahamas to offer a new, innovative and minimally-invasive treatment for prostate cancer with the introduction of high intensity focused ultrasound (HIFU).
Monthly Archives: August 2010
Alert #9 On Earl – Issued by the Bahamas Department of Meteorology Monday 31st August 2010 at 3:00pm EDT.
An advisory for Bahamian students who are seeking a visa for entry into the United Kingdom to pursue studies.
Finally wising up to the damaging effects it would have on tourism, the Bahamas government has said that there will be no oil exploration in the Islands of The Bahamas.
Young Bahamian artist Jace Mckinney talks about the inspirations behind his vivid illustrations for the newly launched Bahamian children’s book “Lenny and the Big Yard” written by Natasha Turnquest.
Bahamian artist Tyrone Ferguson’s 11 ft. metal sculpture entitled “Rake n Scrape” pays homage, not just to the native music it is named for, but for how the music is made.
Police have reported a sharp rise in car thefts and break-ins in Cable Beach, a popular tourist area. This is the second time in just over a week that police have reported a crime spike in the area.
Murder in The Bahamas is like tea-time in England… an everyday occurrence that is part of the culture.
On 15 September, an open alternative to Facebook will be launched. The project, entitled Diaspora will be a more “privacy-aware, personally-controlled” social network.