Over the past year our team has grown in anticipation of improved Bahamian tourism and to support a larger number of guests through our efforts to generate more revenues while not negatively impacting the fragile fisheries that surround Deep Water Cay and East End Grand Bahama.
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The U.S. Embassy, through the U.S. Department of State sponsored a sub‑regional International Visitor Leadership Program (IVLP) professional exchange program focused on “Combating Corruption”.
It’s ready, set show for THE HSB event, one of the largest plant shows and sales in the area with extraordinary specimens on view, according to HSB President Barbara Archer.
In recent years, the Water and Sewerage Corporation (WSC), has been reaching out to school students throughout The Bahamas to teach them about the importance of water conservation.
A holistic approach was taken at The Bahamas Technical and Vocational Institution’s health and wellness fair, as scores of people flocked to the campus to gain information in their journey to good health.
Over the first quarter of this year, the Bahamas Waste team has worked hard to live up the motto on their latest truck ‘Service Above Self’ which honours Rotary in The Bahamas.
The family of Horticultural Society of The Bahamas (HSB) Founder Sara Bardelmeier will do the honours for the upcoming HSB Plant Sale and Show of Horticultural Excellence, set for April 2 at Queens College.
Well known for their competitive nature, the GBPA running team has agreed to meet the Dogs Day Half Marathon challenge issued by PharmaChem last week!
At a public meeting held at Cleveland Eneas Primary School last week by the Water and Sewerage (WSC) Corporation, along with Khaalis Rolle, Member of Parliament for Pinewood, it was announced that works to provide city water services to the residents would start March 14th, 2016.