“Your child has autism.” For millions of parents each year, these words are the unwelcome introduction into a dramatically different world of permanently altered hopes and expectations.
The Bahamas is in critical and dire need of an Environmental Protection Act. This legislation has been promised in the past by both the FNM and PLP governments.
The young President of Bahamas Striping, Atario Mitchell, has been chosen as one of the Bahamians to feature in the landmark portraiture collection “The Bahamian Project” organisers have announced.
A family fun day and an open house at the popular Town Centre Shops at Old Fort Bay seemed to bring out the kid in everyone attending the Easter Saturday party celebrations.
Mayaguanans blame the April 4th plane crash on government neglect. The runway has no lights and is severely damaged. There is no fire engine on the island and the airport’s extinguishers did not work.
Following the extremely successful “Operation Potcake” in January, Baark! extended its efforts to host a low-cost spay and neuter clinic in Little Harbour, Mangrove Cay.
Drugs and guns were recently found next door to the Englerston Urban Renewal office, signifying that the offices are not making a difference in the overwhelming crime crisis.
The Bahamian Project was featured on “Bush Tea with Erica Wells” on Guardian Radio 96.9fm this past Monday. If you missed it you can listen to it on www.bahamianproject.com.
Outside toilets are more frequently used than was reported in a 2010 census report, according to the Department of Statistics.