The sun came out for the second annual Hope Town Turtle Trot, a 5K fun run/walk which benefited Friends of the Environment’s marine conservation and education programs.
Monthly Archives: November 2013
As national anxieties are being expressed about Value Added Tax (VAT) and our country faces uncertain times, I’ve decided to take a cursory glance at this hot button topic with a view to expanding the discussion from various angles.
Melanie Griffin, Minister of Social Services and Community Development, thanked the Port Authority for their contribution to noteworthy efforts that have helped better the lives of the island’s residents.
The trinidad+tobago film festival will be presenting a showcase of Caribbean films, including a Bahamian film, at the upcoming Havana Film Festival in Cuba.
Senator Cheryl Bazard will become the first Bahamian on the Board of Directors of ParlAmericas – an international body of legislatures working to strengthen democracy and governance in the hemisphere.
Executives of The Grand Bahama Port Authority, Limited and Grand Bahama Development Company welcomed Mohamed Abdulla Al-Rumaihi, Qatar Ambassador and Special Envoy to The Bahamas.
The Bahamas International Film Festival (BIFF), celebrating its 10th anniversary and taking place December 5-13, today revealed the complete lineup of films screening in the festival’s competition and sidebar sections. The program was announced by BIFF Founder and Executive Director Leslie Vanderpool.
Doongalik Studios will host its final Exhibition for the year, Father Knowledge, Mother Tongue, a contemporary art show by Angelika Wallace-Whitfield opening Thursday, December 5.
Due to shocking opposition from the Veterinary Medical Association of The Bahamas (VMAB), Operation Potcake has been cancelled.