Beating out hundreds of other applicants to secure a $5,000 grant from the Ministry of Youth, Sports and Culture’s Self-Starter Program, this young Bahamian says he plans to use this rare opportunity to establish a junkanoo photography company.
When you think of ‘convenience’ food for babies, you probably think of jars of commercially prepared puree. But making your OWN baby food really isn’t as difficult – or as time consuming – as you might think.
Minister of Youth, Sports and Culture Charles Maynard applauded the success of the E. Clement Bethel National Arts Festival, saying it has “evolved into a very comprehensive artistic movement” since its initial inception in 1959.
Education Minister, T. Desmond Bannister made a special trip to Sweeting’s Cay, Grand Bahama where he saluted the outstanding achievements of students from the Sweeting’s Cay All Age School.
Five people, including a pregnant 19 year old woman, were charged in Magistrates Court yesterday in connection with the armed robbery of Bishop Elkin Symonette and his wife.
A Guyanese teacher at a South Eleuthera high school was acquitted of indecent assault charges due to insufficient evidence.
Government Minister Byran S. Woodside was in Grand Bahama Monday, November 1 conducting a special historic swearing-in ceremony for two groups of Junior Local Government Councillors.
The fatal stabbing of a 20-year-old male outside Club Illusion on East Bay Street on Sunday morning brings the country’s murder count to 75 for the year so far, as compared to 69 last year.
Dennis Damien Forbes, 28, was acquitted of violently raping a 14-year-old girl, though he told police he did have intercourse with the under-age child on more than one occasion.