Hundreds of students gathered at the Geoffrey Brown Auditorium at Queen’s College on October 25 to participate in a one-day conference during which Acting Minister of Education, Hubert Minnis, told the students that ‘tourism is everybody’s business.
The Bahamas: Lifestyle
Lieutenant Commander Herbert Bain returned home with a new degree and visionary insight for the maritime sector.
The Bahamas Government and The Nature Conservancy (TNC) announced that a research project to find ways of protecting groundwater resources through the development of a Land and Sea Use Plan.
The public auction, which is set for Wednesday, November 3 through Friday, November 5, will include hundreds of unclaimed items down at the Customs Warehouse at the Lucayan Harbour.
Twelve Bahamians were recognised as Nation Builders for their social contributions to Bahamian Society in the course of their lifetime.
Last month Bahamian portfolio manager, Humphrey Simmons caught a shark that had eaten a man. The man’s body was found inside after the shark unexpectedly spat out a human foot.
The exclusive One and Only Ocean Club on Paradise Island in the Bahamas is offering a four-night “physique retreat.”
The book deals with issues that are the result of years of bad governance, foreign ownership of the economy, a poor educational system, dysfunctional mindsets, and a spiralling crime rate.
Acting Director of Youth Mr. Greg Butler said the National Youth March and Rally, scheduled for Sunday, October 24, 2010, on Clifford Park, will showcase the unity of Bahamian youth and the work of youth organisations in strengthening the country.