Islay Symonette, and her partner, Stew Edge, will spend the next 100 days kitesurfing approximately 3,000 nautical miles to get around the coastline of Britain.
This is a feat reserved for few, but for Symonette, 33, who resides and works in the United Kingdom, this is
Beyond New Providence, Abaco, Exuma and Eleuthera have been identified as islands where the government wishes to execute its low-cost housing program, according to Prime Minister Dr. Hubert Minnis.
“We are looking at islands that are aggressively growing, [where] the economy is growing,” said Minnis, who
Department of Labour officials are satisfied that the contractors involved in the Fusion Superplex project on Gladstone Road are operating within the law with respect to hiring practices, according to Chief Labour Inspector Ernest Burrows.
Burrows said his unit received complaints that Bahamian workers were being
“Isn’t it just another church choir?”
Nothing could be farther from the truth. This is an incredibly talented and dedicated group that has no equal in The Bahamas.
Eldridge McPhee’s Bel Canto Singers, a professionally-trained ecumenical vocal ensemble of business professionals, gave their 11th annual spring concert
Officers seized approximately $61,000 worth of marijuana in two separate incidents over the weekend, police said.
According to police, around 1:30 a.m. on Saturday, officers searched a vessel at a dock on East Bay Street and seized 12 packages of marijuana.
Police arrested one Bahamian man and
A man was killed shortly before 8 a.m. on Saturday when he lost control of his vehicle on Prince Charles Drive and collided with a tree, police said.
According to police, the man was driving a purple and gray Toyota Tacoma and was the sole occupant
Remington Alexander Minnis has brought pride not only to his Eva Hilton Primary School community, but he’s also being celebrated as the pride of New Providence public schools as the first student from Eva Hilton to win the Bahamas Primary School Student of the Year
Alexandria Rolle, an 11th grade student at St. Augustine’s College, proposed in an essay that there be an amendment to the Education Act to legislate mandatory inclusion for students with autism and other special needs in the regular classroom, noting that autistic students would learn
Claridge Primary School second grade students got more than lessons in reading, writing and arithmetic recently. Rain that forced the lesson about caring for animals into classrooms from a planned courtyard assembly did little to dampen the spirits of 60 students who could not get
Bishop Michael Eldon High School (BMES) recently became the first institution on Grand Bahama (GB) to be awarded the prestigious Green Flag, due to its green efforts and with its introduction of solar energy on campus. As part of the school’s quest to maintain its