In observance of the 45th anniversary of Earth Day on April 22, the United States Embassy partnered with Romauld Ferreria of Ferreira & Company to hold a one-day national high school science exhibit and competition under the theme, “It’s Our Turn to Lead” at the Paul Farquharson Conference Room at the Royal Bahamas Police Headquarters.
Monthly Archives: April 2015
Chantal Curtis bolsters staff and provides new level of expertise for hands-on learning experiences
The Bahamas, represented by the Bahamas Financial Services Board and the Insurance Commission of The Bahamas, is participating and exhibiting in the RIMS 2015 Annual Conference and Exhibition taking place April 26-29 in New Orleans.
It’s a crying shame that only last week, after a public outcry at a town meeting, was a February 20, 2014, Black and Veatch International report chronicling a hazardous gas leak in Marathon released.
Holowesko family underscores commitment to The Bahamas, announces a substantial part of net earnings from The Island House will go to selected community efforts.
Some came to burn off a few extra calories, others turned out as a part of their fitness regime and a few simply wanted to show their support for Toastmasters Club 1600 during the annual Ed Carey’s Presidents Fun Run Walk.
”Cultural Fusion,” a standard flower show and plant sale, is set for 2:30 p.m. to 6 p.m., Saturday, April 25 at the Nassau Yacht Club. Admission is free.
The suspension of all manner of reason at the altar of political correctness appears to be the order of the day these days, particularly when we see the Auditor General being thrown under a bus for a report that is not glowing about the political class.
“I did not develop ideas for innovation because I had choices. I developed them because I had no choice,” said President of Bahamas Striping, Atario Mitchell, in his speech to the Bahamas Chamber of Commerce Conclave.