As part of the institution’s 40th anniversary celebrations, the Counselling and Health Services Department of the College of The Bahamas is expanding the scope of its annual Job/Careers Fair with the introduction of a one-day Career Symposium to be held on Tuesday, September 16.
Monthly Archives: June 2014
With just five minutes remaining in the 2014 Bahamas Billfish Championship, Wave Paver hooked up to a blue marlin. A minute before that, Jr. Davis and his team were in second place for the overall championship title.
The revelation on the Millers’ outstanding BEC bill came not long after Miller accused BEC union leaders of being “blood suckers” who are only worried about filling their pockets, even if it comes at the cost of the Bahamian people.
The outrage that erupted over the revelation by local dailies last week that Dame Marguerite Pindling owed more than $300,000 in real property taxes was not surprising.
Nobody doubts that the PLP now, like the PLP then, does indeed “love the poor”. The fear of some of us, however, is that they love them just the way they are.
PLP Chairman Bradley Roberts says reporters should seek to ascertain whether or not other deputies to the governor general had outstanding debts.
A special ceremony was held at the Ministry of National Security to formally recognize Midshipman Darius Adams, who has become only the second Bahamian in more than seventeen years to be accepted into the prestigious United States Coast Guard Academy on a full academic scholarship.
To ensure continued growth in the industries in the Bahamas, Bahamaren has decided to take a strategic approach to increasing investment from China to the Bahamas
Team Full Time found the fish in Marsh Harbour! The Miami, Florida based team led by owner Luis Perez, started off the fourth and final leg of the 2014 BBC series releasing two blue marlin on day one.