The Minister of Education congratulated the partners and participants of the Academic Resilience Leadership Programme calling it a landmark undertaking in Bahamian education.
Monthly Archives: November 2010
On January 1, The Bahamas will be ushering in more than the New Year. The country will be welcoming a new era in financial services with the introduction of standard cheques for all customers.
This year the Mark Knowles Celebrity Tennis Invitational will be held from December 2nd to the 5th, and the public has the opportunity to attend the Pro Exhibition for exciting tennis action with visiting pros.
A 102 year old senior citizen said she is a survivor and finds her strength in being thankful for everything she experiences in life. She was born March 16,1908 and looks forward to seeing her 103rd birthday.
The Bank of the Bahamas donated five sewing machines to a Sewing Club which has grown from a volunteer Saturday morning activity to a course that meets several times a week after school.
Conventional wisdom relating to Christopher Columbus is under threat after academics concluded the explorer was actually a Polish immigrant.
With one full month – and a historically deadly month – left in the year, the Bahamas has already set a new murder record.
Statistics revealed by an official at the Road Traffic Department indicate that over 1,000 traffic accidents, including six deaths, have been recorded so far this year on Grand Bahama.
Tanya Cash, who was denied justice by an allegedly corrupt Bahamian legal system, writes that the Bahamas government and the entire judiciary are corrupt lawbreakers.