The Bahamas very own professional tennis star, Mark Knowles returns home once a year to give back to his community and assist those less fortunate. To date his annual event has raised a notable milestone figure of $500,000
Bahamians in the market for a new car this Christmas, are invited to “share the joy” at Nassau Motor Company on Shirley Street, by contributing to the Chevrolet toy drive for children.
Over 200 submissions were received regionally for the 2010 RBC/RBTT Caribbean Children’s Cancer Fund Art Competition in Trinidad with just six winning students receiving prizes.
Sixteen ninth graders made history in Bahamian education by being the first students from a public school in The Bahamas to enrol in Advanced Placement courses while in junior high school.
Winners of the Templeton World Charity ‘Laws of Life Essay Competition’ have their say on familiar issues such as honesty is the best policy and using power of choice wisely.
Police officer in Chippingham stops the evil little monkeys from killing another dog. Boys go unpunished… only in The Bahamas.
Xavier Malisse of Belgium will be among the pros participating in the 10th annual Mark Knowles Celebrity Tennis Invitational charity event in December.
Michael Pintard’s new play “Not My Good Child” is a timely drama, as it opens up dialogue on the cost of violence in Bahamian society, especially amongst the nation’s youth.
Community-oriented Bank of the Bahamas assisted in the release of the song “Love That Child” – written and performed by a former Ranfurly Homes resident.