The book, a biography entitled: Sir Milo, “A Call to Service”, was launched Thursday, September 20, in a ceremony in Rawson Square, in front of the Bust of Sir Milo.
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Prime Minister Perry Christie addressed the Urban Renewal 2.0 Citizens Advisory Committees challenging them to focus on identifying needs of disabled children amongst other areas.
The Princess Margaret Hospital is in the process of acquiring two new digital mammography machines to enhance the detection of breast cancer amongst Bahamian women.
An Official Funeral will be held for Charles Maynard, former Member of Parliament and Cabinet Minister on Friday, August 24, 2012 at 11 a.m. at Christ Church Cathedral, George Street.
The “A Block” at the College of The Bahamas was named the Keva M. Bethel Building. It was the main administrative structure where she spent most of her time after joining the faculty in 1975.
Through a scholarship programme sponsored by the People’s Republic of China nine Bahamians have been given the opportunity to study in a country vastly different from their own and learn another language.
The Government is committed to scouting for potentially great athletes in the country and preparing them for the 2016 Olympics and other future sporting events
The amendments only apply to foreign women married to Bahamian men, meaning that the law perpetuates the discrimination against Bahamian women by not allowing them equal rights for their spouses.
The Bahamas congratulated Jamaica on its 50th Anniversary of Independence, encouraging that Caribbean country to continue its course toward the good of all its citizens.