The Bahamas is eager to host the 2011 CARIFTA Games, but is still awaiting response from sponsors before making a commitment.
After months of uncertainty, it appears that The Bahamas will in fact be stepping in to save this year’s Carifta Games with an announcement expected to be made by North America, Central America and Caribbean Athletics Association President Neville ‘Teddy’ McCook as early as next week.
The Valley Boys, under the theme Majestic Africa, took first place in Division A at the New Year’s Junkanoo Parade
For three straight days, representatives of The Supermodel of The Bahamas competition will be conducting interviews and receiving applications in Grand Bahama at The 1-9-6 located at the International Bazaar.
The Shell Saxons Superstars finished first overall in the Boxing Day Junkanoo Parade, also winning Best Music, Best Costume, and Best Choreograph Dancers.
Arianna Vanderpool-Wallace’s bronze medal at the 10th FINA World Short Course Championships in Dubai puts her in the record books as the Bahamas’ most accomplished swimmer.
Banker Magazine has named Bank of The Bahamas ‘Best Bank’ in the country for the third time, bestowing upon it the coveted Bracken Award.
The proud Bahamian tradition of Junkanoo, often taken for granted by some, is a unique gift that not only displays the artistic talents of our people, but also speaks to the strong cultural achievements and aspirations of the nation.
Bahamian arts students were praised for their contribution to the art world at the annual National Exhibition.