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It's amazing what small change can bring. For the individuals of the Disabled Persons' Organization, coins from the waterfall in the new U.S. Departure Terminal at LPIA brought 60 pounds of "benefits" for much needed assistive devices. The group is the second charitable organization to receive the coin donation from Nassau Airport Development Company officials.
Guy Harvey to Show Grouper Documentary, Participate in BNT Workshops
Internationally acclaimed marine artist and conservationist Guy Harvey, a former professor who has turned the many ocean species he once lectured about into a brand stretching from belt designs to huge murals, will be in Nassau for two days next week to boost a campaign to save the Nassau grouper...
Moore Bahamas Foundation sponsors visit of Guy Harvey to show grouper documentary and participate in BNT workshops
NASSAU, Bahamas -- Internationally acclaimed marine artist and conservationist Guy Harvey, a former professor who has turned the many ocean species he once lectured about into a brand stretching from belt designs to huge murals, will be in Nassau for two days next week to boost a campaign to save the Nassau grouper.
Dr. Harvey's visit is hosted by the Bahamas National Trust and made possible by th...
NASSAU, Bahamas -- Ten years ago on September 11, nearly 3,000 people from more than 90 nations perished in a terrorist attack targeting the United States. U.S. President Obama took inspiration from the victims and survivors of this tragic event by establishing September 11 as a National Day of Service. Last year, 11.5 million people -- including the president and First Lady Michelle O...
From March 29 to April 1, athletes from across the Caribbean will gather here in New Providence for the staging of the 42nd Annual CARIFTA Track and Field Championships. The event takes place under the theme, 'A Celebration of Caribbean Unity', and regional financial institution CIBC...
Throughout the Christian world Christmas is the happiest of religious celebrations. Here in The Bahamas it is eagerly anticipated as a time for family gathering, religious services and Junkanoo. I wish to extend best wishes to Bahamians everywhere and to all those visiting with us at this time of year a very Merry Christmas.
Despite the current economic climate, more than 150 private and corporate entities nation-wide contributed to a life-saving fundraiser for high risk, premature, or critically ill new borns.
Organized by the Princess Margaret Hospital Foundation, The Rotary Club of East Nassau, Doctors Hospital, The Tribune Media, and Tile King, the "Breathe Easy Campaign" raised nearly $400,000.
Nassau, Bahamas - The following is the 2011 Christmas message from the Prime Minister of The Bahamas, the Rt Hon Hubert A. Ingraham.
I am happy to extend best wishes to Bahamians everywhere. On behalf of all Bahamians I extend a warm welcome to all persons visiting with us during this special season.
I extend best wishes to Bahamians everywhere and to all those visiting withus at this time of year a very Merry Christmas.
Christmas is the happiest of religious celebrations in our country marked byfamily gathering, religious services and Junkanoo.
This year Christmas comes as The Bahamas is about to experience thebeginnings of an economic turn around; a true gift for many Bahamianfamilies ...