Daily, I’m becoming more and more convinced that we live in a banana republic or are fast descending into becoming one.
Monthly Archives: March 2015
The U.S. Embassy’s International Narcotics and Law Enforcement Affairs (INL) Section awarded the Bahamas Association for Social Health (BASH) a $25,000 grant to implement an anti-drug media campaign targeting at-risk populations in The Bahamas.
On Monday, March 23, U.S. Chargé d’Affaires Lisa Johnson, accompanied by the Bureau of International Narcotics and Law Enforcement’s Deputy Director for Western Hemisphere Programs Susan Snyder and other senior U.S. Government officials, participated in a formal handover ceremony of a state-of-the-art, fully-equipped 41’ Apostle Interceptor police vessel to the Royal Bahamas Police Force (RBPF) at the Marine Support Services Branch on Bay Street.
Making healthy choices was the focus of a recent health and wellness fair held by the Bahamas Technical and Vocational Institute (BTVI), attracting scores of students and professionals.
Aspiring Chef Rico Neely of St. Anne’s Anglican High School is once again the winner of the New Providence Senior Young Chef Finals.
SaveThe Bays, the fast-growing environmental movement, has expressed “disbelief and shock” following headlines in a recent Nassau daily revealing that the government has no date in mind for implementation of what was expected to be a revised freedom of information act.
The Miss Bahamas Organization (MBO) wishes to announce the resignation of Tomii Culmer as Miss Bahamas Universe 2014/2015 due to personal reasons.
On Wednesday, March 18, 2015, the U.S. Department of State released the 2015 International Narcotics Control Strategy Report. The INCSR is an annual report provided by the Department of State to Congress.
Pressured by increased taxes, a still sluggish economy and a shortage of work, the plucky, young venture Bahamas Striping Group of Companies (BSGC) has teamed up with Bible Truth Ministries to hold its first, “Day of Prayer and Fasting” for small businesses.