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).
The Bahamas: Lifestyle
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.
Guyanese teacher Edmay Hendricks was recently bestowed with the ‘Teacher of the Year’ award in the Bahamas.
James Smith, former minister of state for finance during the Christie administration, says that tax evasion and avoidance has become “a national pastime”.
The theme for National Women’s Week “Women and Power: For a World of Equality” is adopted from the Organisation of American States, which has been designated 2010 as the Inter-American Year of Women.
Police officer in Chippingham stops the evil little monkeys from killing another dog. Boys go unpunished… only in The Bahamas.
The introduction of electronic monitoring technology to the law enforcement network of The Bahamas will “significantly add” to Her Majesty’s Prisons ability to more closely monitor the whereabouts of inmates on work release scheme.
Minister of Education, T. Desmond Bannister and United States Ambassador, Nicole Avant emphasised the importance of reading to students of the L. W. Young Junior High School, during their Library Week.
A group of concerned citizens have launched ‘We The People’ – a non-partisan, not for profit organisation seeking to “originate, advocate and promote” progressive action through the collective efforts of its members.