A series of legal actions filed by the environmental organization Save The Bays and making their way to the highest courts in the Bahamian judicial system are attracting international attention with stories in papers and online publications from Canada to Italy, Germany to New Zealand.
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At the end of each striping or maintenance project, Bahamas Striping Group of Companies tries to find and develop avenues through which they can build and renew their commitment and legacy of giving and service.
From July 23-26, top American and Bahamian coaches participated in the 2014 International Coaches Clinic held in Nassau, The Bahamas at the Atlantis Resort.
Edukarting Summer Camp is back for two weeks and being held at C.I. Gibson High School July 28th to August 1st and the second session August 5th to the 8th. All
schools and students, boys and girls, welcome.
The National Center for State Courts (NCSC) and the Ministry of Legal Affairs partnered together to deliver a Plea Agreement – Plea Bargain Workshop for justice sector professionals, including magistrates, prosecutors, and defense attorneys, July 17-18 in Nassau.
As the nation battles the scourge of crime Police Commissioner Ellison Greenslade praised the “debonair professionals” of the all-male Toastmasters Club 1600, urging them to continue to be a “beacon of hope” for others.
Pam Burnside, owner of Doongalik Studios Art Gallery was recently invited to make a presentation on the growth of the Bahamian Visual Arts at the Creatives of the Caribbean Arts Festival based on the topic: “Fostering Economic and Commercial Viability of the Caribbean Creative Economy”.
U.S. Embassy Acting Deputy Chief of Mission Ms. Neda Brown met with officials of the Freedom Farm Baseball League to discuss the Embassy’s support of the league’s efforts to raise awareness about literacy and education among young Bahamian baseball players.
Please be advised that there is a Canine Distemper Virus (CDV) outbreak in New Providence.