Project Potcake hangs in the balance of the Bahamas Vets Association’s vote. The mass spay/neuter project could make a significant impact in one of the country’s worst social ills – the number of stray dogs.
Project Potcake, a spay/neuter campaign proposal organised with American non-profit group Animal Balance, could target as many as 2,000 stray dogs per week.
Though the problem has not been confirmed, Facebook’s shutdown – which appeared to have only affected the Bahamas – has raised some suspicions.
Let 2012 be the year that fathers and mothers share quality time with their children, and most importantly, let this be the year parents follow up on their kids’ classroom progress reports.
Reported cases of domestic violence in The Bahamas have been steadily increasing year-to-year, with this year’s numbers the highest on record.
Forgetting one’s past is like losing the title to your house. You can occupy it, but you don’t really own it. When I hear young Bahamians mixing up Malcom X and Martin Luther King, or only knowing that Carlton Francis is a school, it’s as if they were given the keys to a house they did not build and do not care for. The past does not matter.
A recent seminar focused on health care and social issues as HIV/AIDS continues to be a major problem in the country, with the Bahamas having the highest rate in the caribbean.
The Board of Trustees for the Endowment for the Performing Arts of The Bahamas made a courtesy call on Governor-General Sir Arthur Foulkes and presented him with historic watercolours of Nassau.
The National Parenting Programme closed with a ceremony at the Abaco Markets Building, November 8