Two up and coming Bahamian gymnasts are one step closer to fulfilling their dreams of competing at the highest levels in the sport thanks to Palm Cay.
Minister of Tourism Obie Wilchcombe on September 3, accepted a gift of two laptop computers on behalf of Bahamas Information Services, a department of the Ministry of Tourism.
United States Chargé d’Affaires John Dinkelman and senior U.S. Embassy officials presented the Royal Bahamas Police Force with four new custom-made sport utility vehicles.
Dozens of students turned out for the second annual Neil Percentie Back to School event hosted by Toastmasters Club 1600 on Saturday, August 24, in Union Village.
With the help of Bahamas Striping, and its subsidiary, Airport Maintenance Services Ltd, three thousand children from The Urban Renewal Commission will return to the classroom next week with new school bags.
Calling him “a man who truly made a difference in the life of a nation,” Commonwealth Bank honoured late Bank Chairman T.B. Donaldson with a donation of $10,000 to the Cancer Society.
Thanks in large part to a $100,000 dollar pledge by the Bahamas Telecommunications Company’s (BTC) the Sick Kids Telemedicine Lab in the Oncology department of the Princess Margaret Hospital is now open.
The U.S. Embassy’s International Narcotics and Law Enforcement Affairs (INL) Officer David Jea visited the Bahamas Music Conservatory on Village Road to formally present a donation of over $6,000.
To mark the 40th Independence Anniversary, The Bahamas Telecommunications Company (BTC) is investing over $320,000 in community programmes and charitable causes.