The Lady Sassoon Golden Heart Award applauds and gives recognition to individuals who have selflessly given of themselves to promote human welfare and dignity, thus making life better for their fellow men.
New Providence Association of the Deaf (and Hard of Hearing) hosted its first fundraising event, a Souse-Out and Membership Drive on Saturday, November 24th, at the Western Esplanade on West Bay Street.
A State-Recognised Funeral will be held for Thomas Augustus Robinson, MBE, former sports Icon on Wednesday, December 5, 2012 at 11 a.m. at Christ Church Cathedral,
Dr. Daniel Johnson met with representatives of The Bahamian Project, which was created to document the character and preserve the legacy of the people who make up the soul and spirit of The Bahamas.
Residents and volunteers participated in the Antiquities Monuments and Museums Corporation Cleanup Campaign of the Ft. Fincastle area on Saturday. Hopefully, people will take care to keep it clean.
With the passing of Thomas A. Robinson The Bahamas has lost a legendary sports hero, a great citizen and a Bahamian gentleman of the first order…
In an outrageous breach of justice a 35-year-old man has been sentenced to a mere 12 years in prison for brutally beating his 3-year-old adopted daughter to death because she wet the bed.
700 teen pregnancies each year in The Bahamas, most between 13 and 15 years of age, and not a single word from the church, the police, the government, nowhere.
Bahamas National Trust officials are “gravely concerned” that the Ministry of Agriculture and Marine Resources is even considering the possibility of extending the grouper season as such a move could damage fishing stocks for future seasons.