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In the publication of a unique memoir to be launched at the College of The Bahamas Chapter One bookstore on Friday November 20 at 6 pm, one of the nations widely respected medical practitioners is making regional literary history. This, his third book, titled Westward: The Walk of a Bahamian Doctor is set to become the first publicly available memoir written by a medical professional native to the...
In the first four months of the 2009/10 fiscal year, Recurrent Expenditures amounted to $485.3 million, or 32% of Estimated Expenditures for the full year.
That represented an increase of only $7 million or 1.5% from the level of Recurrent Expenditures during the first four months of the 2008/09 fiscal year.
Prime Minister the Hon Hubert Ingraham described the new Attorney General and Minister of Legal Affairs, Senator John Delaney, as an “accomplished professional who has already demonstrated his willingness to render public service to his country at considerable sacrifice to himself and his family.”
The Government will acquire nearly one acre of land through a ‘voluntary’ transfer from Mekaddish Ministries. In return, Mekaddish Ministries will receive comparable land fronting on Pine Yard Road, in the area of the Sandilands Allotments. Minister of Education, the Hon. Carl Bethel made the announcement during a press conference at the site on Monday, November 23.
Minister of Education the Hon Desmond Bannister made a special visit to Grand Bahama to meet with the Eight Mile Rock High and Lewis Yard Primary schools as well as principals, vice principals, the School Board and Ministry of Education officials. Mr Bannister also used the time to discuss his plans for the educational system in Grand Bahama. Pictured from left: Permanent Secretary, MOE, Elma Garr...
With just one more vote than the his PLP rival, the FNM's Duane Sands said last night's by-election results were proof that every vote counts.
According to The Tribune's last update at 9:23pm, Free National Movement party leader and Prime Minister Hubert Ingraham said the party would not declare victory.
The Progressive Liberal Party's Ryan Pinder came one vote short of Sands' 1501 votes.
Elizabeth by-election recount: Still one vote apart
At 8.15 this morning there were four polling divisions left and the FNM's Duane Sands still held a one-point lead over the PLP's Ryan Pinder.
After 24 hours of counting, reports are that everyone is tired and a bit testy and officials have agreed to break.
Updates from last night's recount showed slow progress, including a number of spee...
Christie: PLP would welcome Branville
Disbelief over student's apparent suicide
More skeletal remains found in Grand Bahama
Two Catholic schools forced to close this year
The Bahamas Heart Foundation concerned over Dr Duane Sands' political career
Man dies at the wheel after stabbing
COB athletes return home from Florida meet
The Thunderbird's legacy continues
Two swim well ahead of CARIFTA
GBPA makes presentation to marathon runner Boothe
Top players searching for answers
BSC season winds down
The individual gold at last
SAC wins all eight divisions at nationals
Burnside breaks record and qualifies for World Juniors
Basketball challenge in memory ...
Attorney argues that five Pinder votes should count
Firm denies staff were suspended over fears
Pastor hits out at Tribune over article on homosexuality
Allegations that teacher 'engaged in sexually inappropriate behaviour'
Govt denies downtown advertising contract went to US-based firm
Plea over burned bodies inquiry
Police investigate drowning death, stabbing
Western Air lau...
Doctor charged with rape
Prime Minister plans review of Election Court decision
Duane Sands looking forward to 2012 Elizabeth election
Bus driver and mother charged in sexual assault case
BEC wants to save you money
Former gang member speaks out
Three armed robberies and stabbing
One-month jail sentence for loiterer
Police find 15 pounds of marijuana
As of yesterday, the teacher allegedly involved in sexually inappropriate behaviour at the Oaksfield Primary School was placed on paid administrative leave.
Director of Education, Lionel Sands, said he was awaiting three reports which would direct how the Ministry of Education (MOE) proceeds on the matter.
The Ministry's Sexual Complaints Unit, the Department of Social Services and the Royal...
United States Ambassador to the Bahamas Nicole Avant travelled to Eleuthera last month to speak to students at Green Castle Primary School about the importance of reading.
The fourth, fifth and sixth-grade students responded enthusiastically to the Ambassador's questions about their future goals and the book they are currently reading, "The Tale of Despereaux".
Abaconians laid out a cornucopia of Bahamian-made products as the Ministry of Agriculture and Marine Resources’ agribusiness expo rolled through Marsh Harbour last weekend.
From livestock to farm produce to prepared food to handicraft creations, Abaco demonstrated its potential as a key layer in the Government’s thrust towards food security.
Source: Bahamas Information Services
-- Immunization coverage for measles, mumps and rubella improved to 98 per cent in The Bahamas in 2009, Minister of Health, Dr the Hon Hubert A Minnis said Thursday.
The figure represents a 7.5 per cent increase over the years 2004-2006 when the statistics dropped to a little under 90 per cent and is 3 per cent above the recommended Pan American Health Organization (PAHO)/World Health Organizat...
Andrea Simms- Adderley, a nine year teaching veteran currently posted at the Garvin Tynes Primary School was declared the winner of the Ninth National Teacher of The Year 2010-2012 at the gala affair which was held at the Rainforest Theatre of the Wyndham Cable Beach Resort on Saturday, 24th April, 2010.
Thousands of outstanding primary and high school students who have earned at least an ‘A’ grade or more on their final report card, will have the opportunity to win a brand new laptop computer by participating in Custom Computers’ Third Annual “A’s for Excellence” Campaign, which officially kicks off this month. The competition is open to all government and private school students in New Providenc...