Team Makin’ Reel Memories wasted no time establishing a firm lead in last week’s Harbour Island Championship.
More than 150 primary, junior high and senior high students from public and private schools were honoured during the 18th Annual “Keep Your Eyes on the Prize” ceremony for attaining a grade point average of 3.00 or above.
FirstCare Medical Plan, AML Foods, John Bull and Custom Computers donated valuable prizes to winners of the first ever autism awareness essay contest.
Bahamian angler, Sandy Roberts’ three blue marlin releases on day two of the Guana Cay Championship propelled Team Pandemonium into the tournament lead.
The Bahamas Telecommunications Company (BTC) recently presented members of their 2012-13 New Providence Junior Achievement Company with congratulatory awards.
A banker by profession, Austin Sealy was one of the men who inaugurated the Carifta Games in his hometown Barbados in 1972.
Aspiring Chef Cordell Wells a 10th grader at the N.G.M. Major High School in Long Island, was crowned the winner of the National All-Island Senior Young Chef competition.
The Duke of Edinburgh’s International Award programme, of which the Governor General’s Youth Award (GGYA) is an affiliate, is headed in a new direction with its global re-branding effort.
Internal challenges, namely a lack of volunteers, prevented the Governor General’s Youth Award from reaching its 2012 registration goal of 2,000 youths.