The Minister of Health teamed up with the AIDS Foundation president to bring the message of HIV/AIDS awareness to sixth-grade students of the Columbus Primary School in a novel way – through book reading.
The Bahamas: Lifestyle
The Minister of Education congratulated the partners and participants of the Academic Resilience Leadership Programme calling it a landmark undertaking in Bahamian education.
A 102 year old senior citizen said she is a survivor and finds her strength in being thankful for everything she experiences in life. She was born March 16,1908 and looks forward to seeing her 103rd birthday.
Conventional wisdom relating to Christopher Columbus is under threat after academics concluded the explorer was actually a Polish immigrant.
Bahamians in the market for a new car this Christmas, are invited to “share the joy” at Nassau Motor Company on Shirley Street, by contributing to the Chevrolet toy drive for children.
Despite a decline of new HIV infections in some Caribbean countries, data has shown that in the Bahamas, the adult HIV prevalence remains high or has increased.
Food and Agriculture Organisation Representative for The Bahamas, Jerome Thomas is on an official visit to ensure that this country taps into resources available for food production and security.
The Ministry of the Environment met with representatives from the Pan American Health Organisation/World Health Organisation (PAHO/WHO) whom are contracted to propose to design, develop and install an electronic information system within the Department of Environmental Health (DEHS).
Pinewood Urban Renewal showed their respect for community seniors this Thanksgiving by holding a special luncheon for them at the Fellowship Baptist Church on Pigeon Pea Drive.