The Medical Association of the Bahamas (MAB) president believes it will be possible to “hammer out” a catastrophic health insurance plan, but emphasised: “You can’t look at healthcare in a vacuum.”
Monthly Archives: May 2017
Locals and tourists in San Salvador can now interact with marine organisms without getting their hair wet.
Six months ago, the staff at Pelican Bay proudly hoisted the Bahamian flag over Canal House and along with the wider Grand Bahama community, they began to rebuild after Hurricane Mathew.
Reducing ocean plastic pollution in the Bahamas gets a new advocate from BREEF (Bahamas Reef Environment Educational Foundation), in the form of Tippy the Sea Turtle, the new mascot for keeping our oceans plastic-free.
“The rich are now in charge….That is the fight now, against rich and powerful monied interests.”
THE body of a Caucasian man discovered after a fire at a condominium in Cable Beach on Saturday is believed to be that of Bahamian-based fraudster, Derek Guise Turner.
Former M.P. Pierre Dupuch comments on May 10, 2017 General Election.
The Bahamas Hotel and Tourism Association (BHTA) have partnered with Walden University; global leaders in student-centered online education, to recognize individuals who deploy the highest level of service and performance in their varying capacities of employment.
Last weekend saw the largest Freeport Junior Rugby Festival, in its seven-year history, and some amazing games of rugby played the Freeport Rugby Football Club