It was a dynamic and heartwarming ending to another successful Youth Leadership Programme (YLP) facilitated by the First Bahamas Branch of Toastmasters, Club 1600 for residents of the Ranfurly Homes for Children.
Police statistics indicate that over a 13-year period, 2,746 children under the age of 16-years have been molested. And those are just the reported figures, the actual figures are estimated to be three times higher.
Every Child Counts, a pioneering special needs school in Abaco which refuses to leave any child behind, has become the subject of an international documentary.
Hundreds of local students are discovering something new and special on the menu at school, thanks to McDonald’s, and while that something has little to do with Big Macs and Happy Meals, it has a whole lot to do with happiness itself.
It is the kind of honour that only a decade ago might have seemed unattainable – a student from The Bahamas with learning disabilities and special needs being admitted into the highest academic organization in high schools in the United States.
Jerome Fitzgerald, Minister of Education, Science and Technology recently visited the Seahorse Institute at the new location on Soldier Road.
The gala casino fundraiser “Pandora’s Box – Part Deux” brought in more than $500,000, organisers announced. The event, held last…
Allie MacPhail signed copies of her new children’s book “Sammy The Snail” at McDonald’s during the fast food restaurant’s popular weekly McHappy Hour.
Family therapist Allie MacPhail will autograph her just-released work, a children’s book titled ‘Sammy the Snail’, during McHappy Hour at McDonald’s on Marlborough Street January 30.