The Nassau Music Society, dedicated to furthering education in the musical arts, continues their concert season with Quartetto Gelato from Canada.
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The Bahamian family feature film, Wind Jammers is set to premiere in Grand Bahama on Saturday, February 12th.
The Office of the Attorney General announced plans for a Witness Care Conference, designed to address the “gaps” and “inefficiencies” in the criminal justice system.
Business owners on Baillou Hill Road were informed about plans to commence construction of roadworks for the one-way system that will continue on Baillou Hill Road north to Duke Street.
February is Heart Month, celebrated world-wide to bring awareness and take a stand against Heart Disease – the Bahamas’ number one killer. This year marks the 50th anniversary of The Sir Victor Sassoon (Bahamas) Heart Foundation, a non-for-profit organization that has provided over four thousand Bahamian children financial assistance with heart surgeries.
The 69th annual Red Cross Fair will be held on March 5, 2011 in the lower gardens of Government House Grounds.
The Bahamas Government has activated the second phase of its street naming and house numbering exercise. The project is designed to make it easier to locate businesses and houses throughout the island of New Providence and is a part of the six-month National Jobs Programme.
For the smallest student with the tallest hope and highest ambition, the Primary Student of the Year Awards is the Super Bowl of studies — winning one of the awards is as important a lifelong bragging right as beating the Lakers and Celtics combined to walk away with the all-time NBA championship.
Top industry professionals in the Revans University Hospitality & Tourism Professional Masters program met at The Bahamas Hotel & Tourism Association to present and discuss individual project proposals aimed at addressing critical issues in their respective fields within the country’s Hospitality Industry.