Strengthening the community one project at a time could very well be the mandate of the Rotary Club of South-East Nassau and its youth arm, the Rotaract Club of South-East Nassau Centennial.
Under the effective leadership of President Jeff Kerr, the Rotary Club of West Nassau won the district 7020 Attendance Award for the year 2012-2013.
Volunteers throughout The Bahamas are preparing to take part in the Ocean Conservancy’s “28th Annual International Coastal Cleanup (ICC)” on Saturday, September 21st, 2013.
It’s on the move, and no one knows for certain the extent of the Cane Toad’s invasion on New Providence Island. The toxic creature is no longer confined to the Lyford Cay area.
The recently refurbished Montague Foreshore is becoming a dump, with an unsightly pile of trash growing near the fish vendors.
Tribune Features Editor Noelle Nicolls penned a poignant review of the fiery presentation that Patricia Glinton-Meicholas delivered at the inaugural Keva M. Bethel Distinguished Lecture at the College of the Bahamas.
Baark’s inaugural “Potcakeman” triathlon will be at Jaws Beach Saturday September 21st. All proceeds go towards spay/neuter and education programs in the Bahamas.
75 kids and family members affected by autism were given the opportunity to form lifelong memories and bonds for four weeks at the 13th annual REACH summer camp.
Politicians tell you that corruption is the Bahamian way, and so anyone who won’t be corrupt, lie and cover-up dirt, is not a good or true Bahamian. That’s why crime and social ills are so high in this country – we cover up wrongdoing, we turn a blind to crime and criminality, and then call ourselves “Christian”.