The independent authority on retirement, bestretirementdestinations.com, has released their list of the ten best retirement communities in the Bahamas for the month of July 2013.
After celebrating a banner year, the immediate past president of Toastmasters Club 1600, Pedro Young has been appointed as the new Area Governor for five local clubs.
Forty photographic portraits of Bahamians from all walks of life who represent the spirit of the Bahamas, will be unveiled on July 11 as part of the 40th Independence celebrations.
To mark the 40th Independence Anniversary, The Bahamas Telecommunications Company (BTC) is investing over $320,000 in community programmes and charitable causes.
Multiple murders are becoming increasingly common in the crime wave of brutal murders that have left the nation numb. We have seen nine murders committed in one week…
The Grand Bahama Port Authority, Limited (GBPA) is helping a local swimming club make a splash at this year’s Nationals, slated to be held Thursday, June 20 – Sunday, June 23, 2013.
A week after sections of New Providence were severely affected by flooding, meteorologists predicted yesterday that up to 15 inches of rain could be dumped on the island over the next few days, leaving residents in flood prone areas with a similar dilemma.
Raising over $27,000 from a spirited live auction, raffle draw and ‘fund-a- need’ donations, the inaugural Baark! ‘Purple Paws’ event was a resounding success.
Fleming and Dunmore Street residents are alarmed and fearful over ongoing rival gang wars. A shootout Tuesday morning is the latest of many turf wars.