The National Emergency Management Agency (NEMA) teamed up with the U.S. Coast Guard and the cruise line industry to conduct emergency management exercises in Freeport.
Author Archives: Bahamas Information Services
The favourites heading into the 2013 Carifta Games certainly did not disappoint the home crowd by winning their races in top form on Saturday, March 30, 2013.
A banker by profession, Austin Sealy was one of the men who inaugurated the Carifta Games in his hometown Barbados in 1972.
“I want child abusers, pornographers and sex offenders to know that my ministry, along with all stakeholders, will never give up our efforts to ensure for the care and protection of our children,” Minister of Social Services and Community Development Melanie S. Griffin said.
Strong, parental supervision is still the best way to ensure child safety in an ever-changing global environment, Minister of Social Services and Community Development, Melanie S. Griffin said.
Minister for Grand Bahama, Dr. Michael Darville, pledged his Ministry’s support for the upcoming 3rd Annual Grand Bahama Shipyard Fishing Tournament at the Grand Bahama Yacht Club.
The “I Gat a Right” Seminar was designed to train professionals in the areas of Social Work, Guidance Counseling, Education and Law Enforcement on the fundamentals of the rights of children.
A peaceful, but noisy demonstration occurred in Miami outside the Ingraham Building, home of the Bahamas Consulate.
A group of clergymen discussed limited tenure of the Prime Minister and immigration issues as they presented their case before the Constitutional Commission.