The Rotary Bahamas Disaster Relief Committee has donated $100,000 to support the Ranfurly Homes for Children’s extended care for Abaco and Grand Bahama children who were displaced by Hurricane Dorian. The addition of the children to Ranfurly doubled the number of children in the residence.
A woman accused of creating a disturbance at Social Services on May 21 was yesterday granted an absolute discharge.
Police arrested Kelvinique Hart after she got rowdy at the office on Robinson Road, the court heard.
Hart admitted behaving in a disorderly manner when she appeared in
Celeste Smith is accustomed to working 15 to 16-hour days. But she never complains about the hours because her job is her passion, and she enjoys it. So, for the pastry chef, staying at home and not engaging in her craft, as the country shut
For two years the “sisters” have been offering tea service to patients receiving treatment at the oncology department at the Princess Margaret Hospital (PMH). Their premise is simple – sipping a perfectly brewed cup of tea can be the most comforting experience. Then there’s the
Mario Carey and Paolo Garzaroli have been neighbors for years, but it was a desire to help in a time of need that united them in a kitchen located miles from their Nassau homes.
Carey, a successful real estate broker and popular businessman whose opinions are
Current COVID-19 statistical trends suggest that the country’s outbreak of the disease has been contained.
A leveling off of cases has now opened the door to reopening the domestic economy.
New infections have not led to an increase in hospitalizations and existing infections have not resulted in
I can vividly recall in the days of yore when moral courage was worn like a badge of honour.
Men and women, who had and practiced moral courage, wore and displayed the battle scars that were obtained from acquiring their badges of honor.
Do not get
The Bahamas is in an unprecedentedly precarious fiscal situation.
This has not been caused by COVID-19, but by decades of reckless borrowing and waste; bending over backwards to please the changing fancies of our OECD masters, to the near destruction of the financial services industry;
EDITOR’S NOTE: This letter was submitted before the prime minister’s announcement in the House of Assembly yesterday that worship services will be allowed to take place in the sanctuary of churches on Saturdays and Sundays, between 7 a.m. and 1 p.m., on New Providence, Grand
Bahamian junior swimmers are looking at the positive side with the cancelation of the 2020 CARIFTA Swimming Championships.
The meet was slated for April 11 to 14 at the Barbados Aquatic Center in Wildey, Barbados. It is traditionally held during the Easter holiday weekend.
Swimmers Nigel Forbes and Keianna Moss