Shona Moss-Knowles Aquinas College principal
Now the jewel in the Catholic education system They play classical music to signal the end of a period. The classical music is a part of our new bell and IT system. Everything is computerized on the campus. The
He makes an imposing figure as he strolls the Our Lucaya Beach& Golf Resort property--more often than not he's on his cellular phone or in conversation with a member of staff--always working to ensure that the 10 dining outlets on his property are striving for perfection.
The Bahamas is being encouraged to capitalize on heritage tourism, an industry that could provide a revenue boost for the country.President of the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization(UNESCO) Dr. Davidson Hepburn said The Bahamas should have taken advantage of its potential as a
It's that time of year again--everywhere you go, you seem to be bombarded with people coughing, sneezing, and blowing their noses. Symptoms that indicate that it is the dreaded flu season. Unlike years past when most people only had to worry about the common cold
The man who died after allegedly holding up the Bahamas Telecommunications Company(BTC)last week has been identified as former Defence Force member Owen Rolle.
Rolle, 35, of Monastery Park, was kicked off the defence force years ago, said a Defence Force official who asked not to
With standardized checks scheduled to come on board for all domestic banks at the beginning of 2011, the former minister of finance is calling the move"a positive advance"for the financial services sector.
James Smith toldGuardian Businessyesterday that the new checking system will make banking more
A small fire at Carlton Francs School forced school officials to shut down the insitiution early yesterday.
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cut down on hackers do we have the authority to stop someone to stop someone
you always have to have the evidence to prove so . if passengers are compicit with them. like any other law it can anly be enforeced with public corporation.
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Associated Press Writer
The holiday season is full of pitfalls that can drain your bank account.
If you're not careful, you can end up taking a year to pay for all the spending. More than 13 million shoppers are still paying off last year's holiday debts,