A $150,000 scholarship is currently being offered to Bahamian 12th grade students. The scholarship covers tuition and board at the four-year institution for women based in Atlanta, Georgia.
The Bahamas: Local News
The United World College movement is unique. It is the only global educational movement that brings together students from all over the world – selected on personal merit, irrespective of race, religion, and politics – with the explicit aim of fostering peace and international understanding.
The citizen’s action group ‘We The People’ (WTP) plans to take its message of people power to the nation’s second city.
The Bahamian feature-length family film, Wind Jammers was screened for the first time in Grand Bahama on February 12th at the new Canal House conference center of the Pelican Bay Hotel to a sold out audience.
The devastation which resulted from the Valentine’s Day inferno that raged through the Betty K Agencies destroying a number of buildings and businesses, may soon become a downtown waterfront green space.
Bahamians gathered at Christ Church Cathedral Tuesday, February 15 to honour the life of the late Right Reverend Michael Hartley Eldon.
Hu Dingxian, the outgoing Ambassador of the People’s Republic of China to The Bahamas, is making the rounds of courtesy calls on Bahamas Government officials and other members of the diplomatic corps.
The Indian government wants to construct an information technology centre for Bahamians. A memorandum of understanding is being worked on.
The Simpson Penn Centre for Boys received $3,000 worth of sporting equipment as part of an educational empowerment initiative spearheaded by the U.S. Embassy.