The Bureau of Women’s Affairs of the Ministry of Labour and Social Development along with the International Organisation for Migration held a workshop in Marsh Harbour, Abaco from the 17th to the 19th of August, 2010.
The Bahamas: Local News
Still powerful, Hurricane Earl has now been downgraded to a category three hurricane. A tropical storm-warning is in effect for San Salvador but all warnings for the SE Bahamas have been dropped.
Random acts of kindness blessed the work of Urban Renewal’s hands this year as local charities offered financial assistance, based on the organisation’s outstanding past performance in the community.
Doctors Hospital is the first in the Bahamas to offer a new, innovative and minimally-invasive treatment for prostate cancer with the introduction of high intensity focused ultrasound (HIFU).
The Ministry of Agriculture plans to “substantially increase” the production of Bahamian mutton through a series of workshops that have been launched aimed at addressing the needs of mutton producers.
The Bahamas Ministry of Works and Transport has released a detailed map and an informative guide on how to use the new 6-legged roundabout in Nassau.
Weather experts have raised Hurricane Earl to a category four storm, warning “catastrophic damage” will occur if it makes landfall…
John Spinks, Vice President, Commercial Development, Nassau Airport Development Co. (NAD) led a tour that included Bank of the Bahamas executives and managers along with owners of a few of the businesses approved to operate in the new terminal.
Minister of Education Desmond Bannister will discuss education issues and meet with the public on the rescheduled date Wednesday, September 1, at Bahamian Forum, an open discussion in Sandyport.