Community/Charity

"BTC Injects Almost $400,000 into Major Sporting Event"

March 22, 2017

The Bahamas Telecommunications Company (BTC) today announced their title sponsorship of three major sporting events. BTC will be the title partner for the IAAF World Relays, the CARIFTA Track & Field Championships...

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CWCO Donates to C.V. Bethel Senior High School Science Seminar

March 21, 2017

Under the theme “Enlightening Minds to Make Sense of Science” the recent C.V Bethel Senior High School’s Science and Technology Seminar attracted 150 students scheduled to take Biology, Chemistry or Physics in the upcoming Bahamas General Certificate of Secondary Education...

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IAAF World Relays Bahamas 2017-Rotary and Kiwanis Presentations

March 21, 2017

The Local Organizing Committee is making its rounds promoting the IAAF World Relays Bahamas 2017...

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KALIK Junkanoo Victory Fest
KALIK Junkanoo Victory Fest

March 21, 2017

Kalik, the beer of the Bahamas was proud to host and celebrate the achievements of the One Family Warriors, Colours and Roots Junkanoo groups. Kalik Junkanoo Victory Fest...

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PM hits out at We March Bahamas over plan to stop at his home, office
PM hits out at We March Bahamas over plan to stop at his home, office

March 21, 2017

WITH We March Bahamas now finalising plans for its third protest march, one that will see the group make stops at his home and office, Prime Minister Perry Christie has warned that the organisation's "poor judgment" could "ignite something that they least expect to happen"...

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PM vows 'maximum protection' for investors in public private partnerships
PM vows 'maximum protection' for investors in public private partnerships

March 21, 2017

IF re-elected, Prime Minister Perry Christie yesterday vowed that his administration will legislate its current model of public-private-partnerships to ensure "maximum protection" for investors seeking to aid the government in future projects...

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New date for We March as protest moves up a week
New date for We March as protest moves up a week

March 20, 2017

WE March Bahamas yesterday confirmed that its third march will be brought forward by a week, from April 9 to April 2, with ongoing issues facing the New Providence landfill now becoming the focal point of the protest.

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Solomon's Donation Addes To Book Count At Sir Jack Hayward Library

March 13, 2017

In an effort to grow the current book selection at the Sir Jack Hayward Adult Library in Grand Bahama, Solomon’s recently made a cash donation to provide one month’s supply of reading materials...

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Urban Renewal Continues to Uplift Residents with Special Services

March 02, 2017

Residents of Claridge Road, Pinedale, Pineridge and surrounding neighborhoods were in praise mode Wednesday, March 1st as local gospel artists Prophet Lawrence Rolle and Sister Rachel Mackey bellowed favorite gospel songs as the Urban Renewal Commission...

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Yamacraw property prices 'decreasing' due to 'mountains of garbage'

March 02, 2017

A LOCAL real estate broker has expressed concerns that the property values of homes in the Yamacraw constituency are "steadily decreasing" due to "mountains of garbage" throughout certain portions of the area's main road...

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Griffin Promotes 'Finer Points of' National Parenting Programme

February 28, 2017

The Department of Rehabilitative and Welfare Services, Ministry of Social Services and Community Development, has developed and established a cutting-edge National Parenting Programme...

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Scotiabank Sponsors Rising Star Icon Award

February 27, 2017

“Scotiabank is excited to partner with The Bahamian Icon Awards as sponsor of The Rising Star Icon,” announced Leah Davis, Scotiabank’s Senior Manager of Marketing...

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Bahamas Striping, Doing The Right Thing!
Bahamas Striping, Doing The Right Thing!

February 23, 2017

Giving back is essential year-round. Nowadays, every big company has a philanthropic department that is active but there are small businesses who do more than just claim they give back and instead, actually go the extra mile to be charitable...

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Bahamas Humane Society Art Show and Other Events
Bahamas Humane Society Art Show and Other Events

February 23, 2017

There are three items of note in the next two months! Starting Wednesday, March 1st and continuing to Monday, March 6th, you are invited to an Art Show featuring the works of Harry Quinn...

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Blue Hill Estates Town Meeting

February 22, 2017

A Blue Hill Estates Town Meeting of Blue Hills residents was held at the Chapel on the Hill, February 20, 2017 to discuss plans for the new Post Office, and also access to Blue Hill Road...

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Cosmetology Students Volunteer at Senior Citizen's Home

February 22, 2017

Pat’s Senior Citizens Home was a flurry of excitement recently, as residents got a beauty treat from Cosmetology students of the Bahamas Technical and Vocational Institute (BTVI)...

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BTC Introduces Creole Menu
"BTC Introduces Creole Menu"

February 22, 2017

BTC has announced that it has upgraded its Unstructured Supplementary Service Data (USSD) menu. In the new upgrade, customers are now able to select Creole as a language preference.

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Bahamas Beach Soccer Foundation hosts Bahamas Down Syndrome Association

February 21, 2017

Some awesome photos from today's beach soccer clinic. Beach Soccer World Wide's Beach Soccer Foundation hosted 15 students from the Bahamas Down Syndrome Centre this morning.

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Sorority Hosts Seniors for Valentines Weekend

February 20, 2017

As a part of its community service initiatives, the Nassau, Bahamas Alumnae Chapter (NBAC) of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Incorporated hosted about 30 seniors at its annual Senior Sizzle on Saturday at Pat’s Senior Citizens Nursing Home...

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Urban Renewal Commission Has Uplifting Service, Gives Food Package in Fort Charlotte

February 16, 2017

Urban Renewal Commission Co-Chairs Cynthia Pratt and Algernon Allen presented food packages to seniors and other members of the community during the Urban Renewal Community...

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