The Urban Renewal Programme invited 27 seniors from each of the nine community centres in New Providence. The event was a collective Thanksgiving Luncheon at the New Providence Community Centre on Blake Road – all invitees attended.
Monthly Archives: November 2010
Bahamians in the market for a new car this Christmas, are invited to “share the joy” at Nassau Motor Company on Shirley Street, by contributing to the Chevrolet toy drive for children.
The Bahamas government has failed miserably to uphold its constitutional duty to protect life, liberty, security of the person and the protection of the law for its citizenry.
Data shows there has been a 25% increase in reported strandings with at least 500 dolphins, porpoises and whales have been found stranded on British beaches so far this year.
Despite a decline of new HIV infections in some Caribbean countries, data has shown that in the Bahamas, the adult HIV prevalence remains high or has increased.
The 3rd Annual Wealth Management & Private Banking Asia 2010 gathered more than 200 decision makers from governmental officials, wealth management advisories, private banks, consulting firms and IT solution providers.
It will not be enough to have a catchy phrase or patience to wait for something wrong to happen before you make a statement, and the opposition has to make its adjustments now if they want to be seen as viable.
This goes right along with The Bahamas vying for the highest per capita murder rate, the highest incest rate, highest rape rate and highest armed robbery rates in the Caribbean.
A rebellious group of vendors at the Straw Market declared “war” on the government and threatened to tear down the walls of the new $11 million straw market building.