A Canadian woman has vanished from a Bahamas Celebration cruise somewhere between Grand Bahama and the Florida coast.
Monthly Archives: February 2012
The case of a fraudulent realtor charged with conning over two dozen intended homeowners out of more than $100,000 was fast tracked to the Supreme Court.
A United Nations report says that drug related violence has reached “alarming and unprecedented levels” in Central America and it is headed towards the Bahamas.
The Governor General’s Youth Award program will be handing out the largest number of awards to participants in it’s history.
The Grand Bahama Performing Arts Society (GBPAS) presents its 4th Annual Comedy Show on Saturday, March 17th at the Regency Theatre with a new improvisational twist this year.
C. V. Bethel Senior High School took first place in the Concert Section of the BahamArts Festival’s Battle of the Bands youth contest.
The Bahamas has more athletes per capita in more disciplines excelling on the world stage than any other country in the world, said Minister of Youth, Sports and Culture Charles Maynard.
With the goal of uniting as a society for positive changes within the community, We The People hosted a workshop to introduce the concept to guidance counselors and family life teachers.
To ensure ongoing support and continuing education for clinicians, Ports International provided training in the critical care units at the Princess Margaret Hospital and the Rand Memorial Hospital on the Puritan Bennett 840 Ventilator.