Minister of Education Desmond Bannister will address critical education-related issues at the upcoming open discussion Bahamian Forum on August 24 at Sandyport.
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Minister for Youth, Sports and Culture, Charles Maynard says he sees “tremendous potential” for a Bahamian gymnastics team to compete internationally.
Kemp Road youths gather at the New Life Ministries to get a valuable lesson in money management and to understand the process their parents experience when paying household bills. The lesson gives young adults an understanding about how money is used properly.
The Ministry of Public Works and Transport is presently conducting safety inspections of both Paradise Island bridges.
$3 million in upgrades are planned for Rand Memorial Hospital in Freeport, Grand Bahama, which will reduce the need to transfer patients to the Princess Margaret Hospital in New Providence.
The Ministry of Youth Sports and Culture, Ministry of Labour and Social Development, the CARICOM Secretariat, and Fox Hill Urban Renewal encourage the entrepreneurial spirit of Fox Hill’s young people in the fight against crime.
Local source says that forces with an “underhanded agenda” are trying to push Nygard out of The Bahamas, with government even threatening “compulsory demolition” as an option.
The Road Traffic Department has purchased two driving simulators which are intended to become a part of the driver instruction process.
Former Deputy Prime Minister Frank Watson was sworn in as Deputy to the Governor General at Government House by Chief Justice Michael Barnett on Friday, August 13.