The Scout Association of The Bahamas will celebrate its 100th Anniversary from January 2013 throughout the year and to continue to March 2014.
Close to 2,000 dogs in New Providence have been sterilised through Operation Potcake, a two-week spay and neuter initiative by the international organisation Animal Balance and the Bahamas Humane Society.
Shack Rat is having his portrait done for The Bahamian Project in the Sideburns cartoon in today’s Nassau Guardian – January 18, 2013.
Operation Potcake is a co-operative effort by all the animal groups on the island along with Animal Balance to greatly reduce the number of roaming dogs in Nassau.
Margaret “Peggy” Hall, businesswoman, park warden, conservationist, and boating enthusiast died peacefully at her home in Great Exuma, on January 3, 2013, at 90.
The modern Bahamas is a nation created through migration. We should seek to recruit people from around the world – in reasonable numbers – to add skills to our country so that we as a nation become stronger.
Operation Potcake is the launching campaign for the Veterinary Medical Association’s Five Year Plan where the aim is to spay and neuter another 3,000 dogs per year over five years.
Thousands of votes were cast overnight on Facebook in the People’s Choice Award category of Bahamas Realty’s 2012 Holiday Home Show Case Lighting Competition.
A teenage girl and a boy were struck by a motorist as they attempted to cross Tonique Williams-Darling Highway. The girl was killed, the boy was in serious condition.