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Officials from the Ministry of Social Services and Community Development and the Department of Social Services Thursday issued the first batch of the RISE Pre-paid Cards to clients of the Wulff Road Outreach Centre...
Miss Bahamas Teenager, Davette Strachan travelled to compete in The Miss Teen Universe Pageant in San Jose,’ Costa Rica. She represented the Bahamas to compete against 35 beauties from around the world.
A witness testified yesterday that a woman played a part in a violent attack on a man that prosecutors say caused his death.
An Awards Ceremony to honour historic residents and businesses in the City of Nassau, as part of the Celebration of the Establishment of the City of Nassau, was held on Wednesday evening, November 4, 2015 at Christ Church Cathedral.
Pink Soles, a Bahamian-owned women's shoe store located in the Mackey Street Plaza, is excited to announce the official launch of the Flat Out of Heels and Baldowski shoe lines, on February 27, 2015, at the store.
G.R. Sweeting's Clarks and The Shoe Village stores are lending a helping hand to a local non-profit organization.
During the month of August, G.R. Sweeting asked its customers to help The Ranfurly Homes for Children by making donations while shopping for back-to-school items at the company's various shoe stores.
By the end of August, the company collected over $5,000 in customer donations and cont...
Marco City M.P. Gregory Moss warned recently that if the government implements value-added tax (VAT), the Progressive Liberal Party (PLP) will lose the next election.
VAT is against everything the late Sir Lynden Pindling stood for, a total betrayal of the Bahamian people and should not be enforced. Pindling's mandate was to wipe every tear from every eye. The PLP will cause us to s...
Twelve people will be recognized for the work they have done for the Lord during Prophetic Evangelism Network's annual conference.
Apostle Christopher Russell, Elder Anna Russell, Reverend Esther Thompson, Pastor Jason Russell, Minister Sophette Russell, Irene Dawkins, Rozella Brown, Troy Clarke, Deaconess Edris Rolle, Bishop Stanley Pinder, Elder Minalee Hanchell, and Pastor Bruce Farrington wil...
A new $13.8 million shopping plaza just outside of Marsh Harbour has created around 75 construction jobs and promises to generate many more by its opening in November.
The Central Pines Shopping Centre & Business Complex, owned by the Teachers and Salaried Workers Co-operative Credit Union Limited, is now leasing out up to 20 spaces in the facility. The 50,000-square-foot plaza consists of five i...