The Central Bank of The Bahamas is proud to announce The Senior (Open) Category Competition and Exhibition component of its 27th Annual Art Competition and Exhibition. The objectives of the competition are to identify, recognize, and encourage Bahamian visual artists.
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Four Bahamians have been awarded full scholarships by the Chinese Government to pursue tertiary level education in China in a cross-section of disciplines.
Bahamas, it is high time that we get answers to this very important question: is Cable Bahamas stealing signal as alleged from DirectTV, and reselling it to the Bahamian public?
“Dey Comin’!!!” says Shackie, the character from Stan Burnside’s ‘Sideburns’ cartoon in the Nassau Guardian. Possibly up to 8,000 Chinese workers may be coming to New Providence to work on Baha Mar.
An armed robbery suspect was fatally shot by police after he allegedly pulled a knife on an officer after being chased.
A carelessly penned editorial in The Nassau Guardian appears to blame Prime Minister Ingraham for the worldwide economic challenges when, in fact, his response to the crisis has been admirable.
Arawak Homes is embroiled in yet another controversy, this time involving a dispute with a family over the ownership of a piece of land.
Minister of Education Desmond Bannister will be addressing critical education-related issues at a Bahamian Forum meeting at Sandyport tonight.
The pilot of a small plane and his five passengers, including two children and a pregnant woman, were rescued after the plane crashed into the sea due to engine trouble.