Having learned to behave like animals from parents, politicians, police and pastors, Bahamian high school students are a bomb waiting to explode.
A 15-year-old male student of C.C. Sweeting High School was stabbed numerous times during an altercation on the school grounds around 9am on Wednesday.
Bahamas police report that a man was stabbed to death in Murphy Town, Abaco, on Monday night after an altercation with another man.
The 15 year-old son of Senator Anthony ‘Tinny’ Musgrove is being questioned regarding a rape that occurred at St. John’s College.
An eighth grade student of T. A. Thompson Junior High School was in critical condition in hospital last night after he was shot in the head on his way home from school.
Rashard Paul, 19, of Baillou Hill Road was arraigned in a Magistrate’s Court charged with the murder of Brenda Mae Johnson.
Minister of Education, Desmond Bannister challenged Grand Bahama teachers to work harder to improve literacy and numeracy as primary schools in Grand Bahama have been at a low level of achievement.
Random acts of kindness blessed the work of Urban Renewal’s hands this year as local charities offered financial assistance, based on the organisation’s outstanding past performance in the community.
Several Kemp Road children crowded the Church of God of Prophecy on Shirley Street August 25 to collect Back to School packages and enjoy a free lunch with ice cream provided by the Kemp Road Urban Renewal initiative.