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THE Princess Margaret Hospital yesterday received four new dialysis machines and a fully-equipped mammogram workstation as a part of two unique fund raising efforts - all components Health Minister Dr Perry Gomez said would certainly aid scores of Bahamians as National Health Insurance (NHI) looms.
The Bahamas is still in emergency response phase after Hurricane Matthew. The Category 4 storm caused significant damage to New Providence, Andros, Grand Bahama and the Berry Islands.
Freeport, Bahamas - The
Red Rose Ball will be the social
event of the year and our gift donors are making sure that no other event on
the island has so many fantastic prizes to be won all within one spectacular
night on Saturday,
November 6, 2010 at the Grand Ballroom, Radisson Our Lucaya.
Our In-House Raffle tickets will be on sale during the ball from 7:30pm
until time of drawing and you coul...
FREEPORT, Grand Bahama -- The Grand Bahama Children's Home was the recipient of $500 from local artist Leo Brown and his publisher recently. Leo, as he is well-known, is a Bahamian Impressionist whose works are in demand both locally and internationally.
Recently, he teamed up with Daniel Lowe, President of Bahamas Printing & Publishing, to create a series of greeting car...
With Día del Amor y la Amistad just a few weeks away, it's time to
start thinking of what to gift your special sugarplum for Saint
Forget flowers and chocolate and give the gift that will keep on giving, fashion!
you're in the market for a gift for your main man or a dainty little
number for your special lady, the recently opened Will & Ives
boutique in the M...
NASSAU, Bahamas -- Meet Aaron Pratt - a 9 year old heart patient. He had heart surgery 6 months after he was born.
His grandmother originally noticed that he was having difficulty breathing. Subsequently he was taken to a private doctor for care. Ms. Brown, Aaron's mother, was told that Aaron appeared to have a heart condition and to prepare to have Aaron admitted to PMH. ...
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...