In January 2010, three happiness ambassadors began an unprecedented journey to all 206 countries where Coca-Cola is sold to seek out “what makes people happy”. Today they visit the Bahamas to find the meaning of happiness here.
Monthly Archives: August 2010
Several Kemp Road children crowded the Church of God of Prophecy on Shirley Street August 25 to collect Back to School packages and enjoy a free lunch with ice cream provided by the Kemp Road Urban Renewal initiative.
Hurricane Danielle, now at category four and the strongest storm of the Atlantic season, is followed closely by tropical storm Earl, which could hit the Caribbean within days.
TeleNetworks Broadband Solutions, a regional network solutions company based in Puerto Rico, is interested in expanding to the Bahamas.
Deputy Prime Minister Brent Symonette yesterday reversed his comments from a day earlier, saying now that apprehension exercises of undocumented migrants will resume on September 1.
The Central Bank of The Bahamas is proud to announce The Senior (Open) Category Competition and Exhibition component of its 27th Annual Art Competition and Exhibition. The objectives of the competition are to identify, recognize, and encourage Bahamian visual artists.
Four Bahamians have been awarded full scholarships by the Chinese Government to pursue tertiary level education in China in a cross-section of disciplines.
Deputy Prime Minister Brent Symonette yesterday revealed that the government does not intend to resume apprehension exercises of illegals residing in the country at this time.
Bahamas, it is high time that we get answers to this very important question: is Cable Bahamas stealing signal as alleged from DirectTV, and reselling it to the Bahamian public?