Belinda Wilson — President of the Bahamas Union of Teachers (BUT) — warned Education Minister Jerome Fitzgerald to “try it” after he threatened to cut pay for teachers participating in sit-outs.
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The Go-Trade Business Expo 2013 is set for Freeport this October 26th at the Sir Jack Hayward High School, offering businesses a networking, business-building opportunity.
“In the current socio-economic and political context, these qualities appear to be pointless and are the root causes of frustration because rules are not in our favour.”
Forget 2017 — we the Bahamian people don’t want to wait out another 4 years of damage to our economy and our livelihoods.
Teachers attended a two-day workshop entitled “Sustainable Energy for Caribbean Education in The Bahamas” and constructed models of wind turbines.
New teachers from Cuba were welcomed at an orientation session held before posting at Ministry of Education, Science and Technology schools throughout The Bahamas.
The endangered and elusive Great Hammerheads — the second largest predatory shark in the ocean — will be returning to the sand banks off the tiny Bahamas out-island of Bimini starting in January.
Federal agents said they found four assault rifles, a handgun and about 3,000 rounds of ammunition inside a sailboat belonging to an Arizona fugitive.
Dozens of students turned out for the 2nd Annual Neil Percentie Back-to-School event hosted by Toastmasters Club 1600 in Union Village.