Nassau, Bahamas – Water doesn’t just keep us alive, it’s in everything we do, everywhere we go and is something…
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The U.S. Embassy, through the U.S. Department of State sponsored a sub‑regional International Visitor Leadership Program (IVLP) professional exchange program focused on “Combating Corruption”.
At a public meeting held at Cleveland Eneas Primary School last week by the Water and Sewerage (WSC) Corporation, along with Khaalis Rolle, Member of Parliament for Pinewood, it was announced that works to provide city water services to the residents would start March 14th, 2016.
On Thursday, February 18, U.S. Chargé d’Affaires a.i. Lisa Johnson and Minister of National Security Dr. Bernard Nottage participated in…
Kelliah Kelly was intimidated the first day she stepped into an Auto Mechanics class at The Bahamas Technical and Vocational…
Seven women of the Delancy Street After School Outreach Centre are on their way to learning a skill and becoming empowered – thanks to the generosity of the Rotary Club of Nassau Sunrise.
In an effort to bolster The Bahamas’ ability to prevent and respond to cyber-attacks, the U.S. Embassy’s International Narcotics and Law Enforcement Affairs Section, the Federal Bureau of Investigation, and the Royal Bahamas Police Force collaborated to deliver cyber-crime training for 16 RBPF Officers.
Lightning speed reflexes were on display when Toastmasters Club 1600 kicked off the Christmas season with its 34th annual JC Sweeting Table Tennis Tournament held recently at the YWCA Hall on Dolphin Drive.
When Jonathan Harris-Smith began attending The Bahamas Technical and Vocational Institution (BTVI) in 2012, he never dreamt he would have the opportunity to participate in a student exchange program at a Canadian college.