Senior government ministers travelled to Washington DC for high level talks with US Attorney General to review the Bahamas’ obligations to fight human trafficking and crime.
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Socio-economic and cultural rights are being advocated by members of Civil Society Bahamas, as the organization presented its case for reform before the Constitutional Commission.
Minister of Financial Services Ryan Pinder, recently participated in the Caribbean Exporters’ Colloquium organized by the Caribbean Export Development Agency.
Minister of State for Investment Khaalis Rolle says that the opening of the new Solomon’s Fresh Market represents a “secure investment” in the Bahamian people and the eastern New Providence communities.
Minister of Social Services and Community Development, Melanie S. Griffin, urged parents to pay closer attention to the sites their children are visiting online.
The prime minister said he could not underscore sufficiently the contribution that Atlantis continues to make to the Bahamian economy, the nation’s largest private sector employer.
Prime Minister Perry Christie says that Bahamians must still work hard at bridging the differences – political and otherwise – and be able to recognize when to “let go and come together” in a national context.
From stories about the rebellious slave Pompey to more modern times inclusive of Independence, the Ninth Annual Bahamian Music & Heritage Festival has certainly lived up to its billing of showcasing the dynamic facets of local history and culture.
Government officials joined forces to bring attention to the vexing problem of child abuse by hosting a one-day education and awareness campaign in Rawson Square.