Making healthy choices was the focus of a recent health and wellness fair held by the Bahamas Technical and Vocational Institute (BTVI), attracting scores of students and professionals.
The Bahamas: Lifestyle
Aspiring Chef Rico Neely of St. Anne’s Anglican High School is once again the winner of the New Providence Senior Young Chef Finals.
SaveThe Bays, the fast-growing environmental movement, has expressed “disbelief and shock” following headlines in a recent Nassau daily revealing that the government has no date in mind for implementation of what was expected to be a revised freedom of information act.
Creative Nassau, along with members of the Downtown Nassau Partnership, proudly unveiled the Official UNESCO Creative City Logo for the City of Nassau.
Youth activist, policy adviser and Bahamian attorney Tavarrie Smith paid a courtesy call on U.S. Chargé d’Affaires Lisa Johnson to discuss his recent participation in the U.S. State Department sponsored International Visitor Leadership Program focused on “Children in the U.S. Justice System.”
For the ninth consecutive year, the United States Embassy in Nassau launched a national high school essay contest in observance of Black History Month to commemorate the life and legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
Fifteen-year old Lucan Volmy of Donald. W. Davis, Junior High School won the 23rd Annual Junior Young Chef Champion New Providence Finals.
Creative Nassau along with members of the Downtown Nassau Partnership, proudly unveiled the Official UNESCO Creative City Logo for the City of Nassau which obtained its designation as a Creative City of Crafts and Folk Arts on December 1, 2014.
Chargé d’Affaires Lisa Johnson hosted a reception at Liberty Overlook in honor of Ms. Sheila Culmer, U.S. Embassy Nassau’s nominee for the 2015 U.S. Secretary of State’s Award for International Women of Courage (IWOC).