Thought-provoking, free of political bias, Coulson’s comments are packed with practical solutions to what seem like overwhelming decisions – what to do about direct foreign investment vs. domestic, how to handle privatization, what happens when education doesn’t educate the masses.
Sir Durward ‘Sea Wolf’ Knowles meets a man who has flown at speeds hundreds of times faster, but never outgrew his admiration for Knowles, the hero he calls ‘the first admiral of Bahamian unity.’
The Delta Epsilon Sigma Chapter of Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity, Inc. (Sigma) and the Bahamas Reef Environment Educational Foundation have partnered to provide new opportunities for inner city youth to experience the natural world and promote interest in conservation and the marine sciences.
Calling it “a major undertaking, but one that will create a lasting legacy” a newly-energized and expanded Historic Bahamas Foundation Council vowed this week to help raise up to $13 million to restore historic Collins House.
Representatives from the United States Embassy, Bahamian counterparts in law enforcement and other government officials came together to honor the memory of 10 United States crew members who died during a training mission off the coast of Nassau in 1954.
Kishan Munroe has unveiled a painting commemorating all the brave servicemen who served on HMBS Flamingo when it was attacked and sank in 1980.
It’s unfortunate that films like Crossbones and Black Sails are not being shot in the Bahamas, because Nassau was actually the geographical centre of the golden age of piracy.
There has been lots of talk about the rights of LGBT people in The Bahamas, yet the discrimination against women – that is written into our flawed constitution – is continuously ignored.
Ed Moxey talks with Rupert Missick at the Tribune about the drug years in The Bahamas, a dark time for which we are still paying the price.