Noted human rights, constitutional law, regulatory litigation and environmental attorney Fred Smith, QC, will address the Rotary Club of East Nassau Friday, October 31 at the Nassau Yacht Club.
Monthly Archives: October 2014
Hats and Gloves! Flowers and Fashion! Twinings! Art work! Lots of prizes and surprises! And a most worthy cause! Put them all together and you have a Victorian High Tea Party & Fashion Show hosted by the Heart Ball Committee.
Joining forces for a good cause, the second annual Salt Cay Writers Retreat partnered with local businesses and organisations to present an evening of readings by three New York Times and international bestselling authors.
BFSB recently led a sub group of its Investment Condominium Working Group in co-ordinating the third in a series of training programmes for the Registrar General’s Department on establishing and registering the newest vehicle in the industry’s arsenal of financial services products – the Investment Condominium (ICON).
BTC is helping further spread the word that mammograms can help save lives.
In an effort to ensure that residents do their part to help the island remain clean, green and pristine, members of the Keep Grand Bahama Clean (KGBC) group, along with a number of civic organizations, conducted a one day island-wide cleanup, which took place this past Saturday in predetermined areas throughout the island.
Mr. Jaime Lewis, founder and president of Islandz Tours, paid a courtesy call on U.S. Chargé d’Affaires Lisa Johnson following his recent participation in the U.S. Department of State sponsored International Visitor Leadership Program.
The Bahamas’ Parliament is wholly unsecure and Parliamentarians are seemingly unprotected in the precincts of both the House of Assembly and the Senate.
ACE Diabetes is hosting a free seminar for medical and healthcare professionals on Friday, November 7th at the New Providence Community Centre on Blake Road. Delivering the keynote address is world-renowned diabetes expert, Dr. David Marrero.