Bahamas Minister of Health Dr. Hubert Minnis announced that Caribbean Wellness Day will be observed on Saturday, September 11 in The Bahamas and other CARICOM member countries.
An inter-agency quarterly news magazine entitled “The Cabinet Files” was launched by the Cabinet Office under the motto “Many Players, One Team”.
Officers of the Bahamas Marine Exporters Association paid a courtesy call on Minister of Agriculture and Marine Resources, Larry Cartwright at which time they were thanked for forming the association and for their collaboration and support.
Minister of Education Desmond Bannister will discuss education issues and meet with the public on the rescheduled date Wednesday, September 1, at Bahamian Forum, an open discussion in Sandyport.
Four Bahamians have been awarded full scholarships by the Chinese Government to pursue tertiary level education in China in a cross-section of disciplines.
September 8th is D-Day for Baha Mar when parliamentarians will debate and vote on whether to approve 4,920 work permits for Chinese labour to build the $2.6 billion Cable Beach resort complex.
Members from the Rotary Club of West Nassau made a courtesy call on Governor General Sir Arthur Foulkes at Government House on Monday, August 23, 2010.
Reportedly a secret $1 million poll conducted by teams of experts hired by the PLP indicates that the FNM is likely to lose 13 seats.
One vital question I must ask is what exactly is being proposed for Cable Beach? At one time the development was $1.4 billion now it’s up to $2.6 billion. How will our access be honestly affected in the Cable Beach area?