In an auditorium packed with students, the Minister of Education sang the praises of outstanding students for the year 2010-2011.
Austin Powell and the cast of the hit musical “Standing Ovation” performed at the Ranfurly Homes’ “Love That Child” fundraising event.
As part of its commitment to support healthy lifestyles and events that make a difference, Bank of The Bahamas will sponsor the Cycling Tour of The Bahamas set for January 28-29.
The decrease in reports of child abuse in New Providence last year could be an indication of a lack of confidence in the judicial system.
I have observed that a wide cross section of the student population, even those who do well in school, do not read the newspaper, nor do they show any interest in local programming in the media.
Inspired by the lavish Las Vegas nightclub experience, Atlantis has opened the $11 million nightspot – CRUSH, designed for teens and tweens.
Arianna Vanderpool-Wallace’s bronze medal at the 10th FINA World Short Course Championships in Dubai puts her in the record books as the Bahamas’ most accomplished swimmer.
In recognition of the 10th Anniversary of their victory, the Bahamas Association of Athletic Associations announced that “The Golden Girls”, 1999 World Champions and 2000 Olympic Champions, will be the patrons of the Annual Awards Luncheon, originally scheduled for Sunday, December 26th and to be now be held on Sunday, January 2nd, 2011.
The early Christmas present to the Williemae Pratt Centre for Girls was part of the Bank of the Bahamas’ broad community sponsorship outreach with its focus on youth development, literacy and law enforcement.