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HELEN Astarita and her husband, Ben, came to the Bahamas quite by accident more than 50 years ago. But her extraordinary donation of $400,000 to the College of the Bahamas' School of Communication and Creative Arts to support budding artists in a thriving art programme is anything but happenstance.
The largest single gift to the college specifically directed toward funding the study of art, this ...
Nassau, Bahamas - Doctors
Hospital is committed to making a positive difference in the lives of
members of the community in which they serve. This week that commitment
was reaffirmed with the Hospital's CEO, Mr. Charles Sealy, donating a
gift of computers to the Gerald C. Cash Primary School on behalf of the
hospital. The computers - a much needed asset to the school's computer
lab - will pr...
Hadassah Greene cannot remember the details surrounding the life-saving open heart surgery that she underwent - after all, she was only seven-and-a-half months old - but she happily lives a life that reflects commitment to preserving her life and living it to the fullest.
"I grew up knowing that I had been blessed to be alive all these years," said the now 16-year-old, Kingsway Academy student. "I...
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LONDON -- After the pricey glitz of Britain's royal wedding celebrations, Queen Elizabeth II must prepare for a pay cut under the country's austerity measures, lawmakers warned Thursday.
Treasury chief George Osborne said plans being put for approval to lawmakers would see public funding to the royal family fall by about 9 per cent by 2015.
Under the government's plan, the queen's household wou...
Years ago, a friend entered a crack house in the middle of an epidemic which laid waste to the bodies and dreams of thousands. In the dark hours after midnight he waded through his fears, crack pipes and excrement to rescue a friend who the drug had soaked through and tossed around like a hurricane might tissue paper.
Unlike many interventions, this one was successful, moving from chronic addicti...
EDITOR, The Tribune.
It was 2:30am on New Year's morning. My friends and I were discussing whether or not it would be worth it to go down town for Junkanoo. Should we just pack it up and head home? As it turns out we decided to rally up and venture out. As we made our way down Parliament Street to Bay Street, I asked many a person: "Who you think ga win this one?" To which I received many colou...
By RENALDO DORSETT
ACCOLADES continue to pour in for the reigning Hugh Campbell champions as a notable corporate citizen extended its congratulations with a tangible gift offer.
SkyBahamas presented R M Bailey Pacers head coach Nigel Ingraham with a round-trip ticket to any destination under the SkyBahamas umbrella along with complimentary accommodatio...