The fight against cancer continues and the staff, faculty and students of The Bahamas Technical and Vocational Institute (BTVI) joined in with their recent Cancer Awareness Day.
The second annual Potcakeman Triathlon was a thrilling morning at Jaws Beach on Saturday September 20th 2014. Over 200 participants took part in the 750m swim, 21km bike and 5k run or the shorter distanced ‘puppy tri’.
Early today it was brought to the attention of senior officials of the Ministry of Health that a bogus claim was posted on the internet indicating that a confirmed case of Ebola was reported in The Bahamas.
Family Medicine Center and Diabetes Education Network are ushering in a new era of healthcare having just opened the doors of their freshly-constructed facility on Blake Road earlier this September.
Following the overwhelming success of the inaugural Bahamas Half in 2013, the Bahamas Roadmasters running club is set to launch the 2nd annual Bahamas Half.
A pig farm that had lain fallow, roofs of its pens scattered across an overgrown field, is now bursting with life, thanks to one hotel’s belief in buying locally grown and produced food.
A series of legal actions filed by the environmental organization Save The Bays and making their way to the highest courts in the Bahamian judicial system are attracting international attention with stories in papers and online publications from Canada to Italy, Germany to New Zealand.
The United States Embassy will facilitate two information sessions for persons interested in submitting proposals to the U.S. President’s Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief (PEPFAR) and Public Affairs Section Small Grants Program.
While there have been limited reported cases of this virus in The Bahamas compared to the rest of the Caribbean, diligence is necessary to prevent a wide scale outbreak.