On Friday, Feb. 25, 2011, Tingum Dem will be one of the top elite Bahamian Big Bands scheduled to perform as part of the festivities for the official opening of the Lynden Pindling International Airport.
Tingum Dem is comprised of some of The Bahamas'top performing
The board of directors and shareholders of Associated Bahamian Distillers and Brewers Limited(ABDAB) finally had their chance to decide on whether or not they would accept either of their president's proposals which ultimately would have them share in City Market's future.
Yesterday's late board and annual
Pictured are more scenes from the 2011 Club Monica Track Classic. A number of athletes qualified for the CARIFTA Track and Field Championships and more are expected to qualify as time goes on. The regional championships will be held over the Easter Holiday weekend in
A magistrate on Thursday ordered a 56-year-old man accused of having sex with his granddaughter to report to the police station once monthly. The resident of New Providence did not have to enter a plea to the incest charge when he appeared before Magistrate Subu
On its website thenassauguardian.com, this newspaper asked the quesiton,"Do you think ZNS should receive more money from the government?"
The answer from website readers was a convincing no. This unscientific poll reveals that 2,965 viewers out of 5,313 who voted online do not think that
"I love what I do--I don't consider it work. I love the interaction, I love the pace of the business and the change."
"Right now with all of the external factors in the world and all the competition both locally and globally, innovation and creativity are
The Anglican Diocese of The Bahamas and the Turks&Caicos Islands, in celebration and thanksgiving of its 150th anniversary as a diocese, will hold a Family Fun Run/Walk, on Saturday, March 5. The event will begin at Christ Church Cathedral at 6:00 a.m., and is expected
Presidential candidate in the Bahamas Electrical Workers Union(BEWU)January poll, Clyde Cartwright, has secured a major victory in his appeal to have the union's election results stand. Labour Minister Dion Foulkes disclosed yesterday that he had overturned the decision by Trade Unions Registrar, Harcourt Brown, to declare the
Quartetto Gelato's woodwinds virtuoso, Colin Maier, one of the incredibly versatile and accomplished guest artists of the Nassau Music Society's 2011 winter season, offered a Woodwinds Master Class at the College of The Bahamas to young adults. Participating performers included bass clarinetist Dr. Timothy Barrett,
Education pioneer and the first Bahamian President of the College of The Bahamas(COB), Dr Keva Marie Bethel, was memorialized yesterday, just over one week after the nation mourned the death and witnessed the funeral of her brother, Bishop Michael Eldon.
She died the morning of