The Salus Project announces the opening of The Bahamian Collection exhibition on Thursday, December 4th, 2014 from 7:00pm to 9:00pm. The collection of classic, dramatic black-and-white legacy portraits that will be exhibited are part of the Bahamian Project’s first year body of work…
What can we do to ignite our citizens’ passion to protect our heritage for ourselves and generations to come?
One of the country’s top lawyers is calling for an end to secrecy in government, questioning how The Bahamas can compete in a global investment climate or how the public can believe in its system of governance or its leaders when every potential investor has to see the Prime Minister personally to make a deal.
A massive downtown Nassau street party aimed at creating an urgent call for transparency in government transactions is expected to draw a capacity crowd Saturday, October 25.
Members of “Citizens For Justice” were disappointed but not shocked at the recent revelations of the poverty survey. In two years the number of Bahamians living below the poverty level has increased by three percentage points from 9.2% to 12.5%.
Whether Bahamians will ever come together and make a bold statement about their country outside of a General Election remains to be seen.
RELIGIOUS leader Dr Myles Munroe has fiercely condemned homosexuality in the wake of a recent gay pride celebration in Grand Bahama, referring to it as a “massive deception…dismantling the very core of the natural existence of humanity.”
For the last two weeks, I’ve been researching the local pharmaceutical industry, particularly after reading a report about an alleged counterfeit drugs scheme involving a pharmacy in Freeport…
At the end of each striping or maintenance project, Bahamas Striping Group of Companies tries to find and develop avenues through which they can build and renew their commitment and legacy of giving and service.