Hundreds of students gathered at the Geoffrey Brown Auditorium at Queen’s College on October 25 to participate in a one-day conference during which Acting Minister of Education, Hubert Minnis, told the students that ‘tourism is everybody’s business.
Junior Parliament input needed in helping resolve national issues, says Minister Maynard.
Acting Director of Youth Mr. Greg Butler said the National Youth March and Rally, scheduled for Sunday, October 24, 2010, on Clifford Park, will showcase the unity of Bahamian youth and the work of youth organisations in strengthening the country.
Predictably, the Bahamas Christian Council has said “No!” to wine sales in food stores, despite the deal already being approved.
The Ministry of the Environment and the U.S. Embassy sponsored a special showing of Disney’s “Oceans” film for primary school students in New Providence in hopes of raising awareness of the importance of the environment.
Now in its tenth year, the annual Mark Knowles Celebrity Tennis Invitational tournament will be held December 2nd – 5th 2010 at the Atlantis Resort and other locations.
The Department of Youth’s Fresh Start Programme, which helps in preparing young Bahamians for the workforce, has been deemed a success by participants.
According to witnesses two young men in Freeport were arguing presumably over a cellphone when one pulled out a gun and shot the other.
According to the United Nations, Bahamians, Jamaicans, Haitians, Puerto Ricans and Trinidadians are four times more likely to die by gun violence than a North American.