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By NOELLE NICHOLAS
Tribune Staff Reporter
A LOCAL charity that claims the government "stole" its relief supplies says it has entered into talks with officials to resolve the matter.
Darren Adler, director of the Humanitarian Operation foundation (HOPE Foundation), said he is "very confused" about the actions of government officials in relation to his organisation.
Scotiabank remains committed to supporting the communities in which it operates. The bank is a platinum sponsor of the 15th Annual Errol Brown's Children in Need at Christmas Golf Tournament. "The Children in Need Charity continues to impact children living in The Bahamas in the [...]
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HANDS For Hunger is a local non-profit known for its food rescue and delivery. The organisation collects fresh and canned food items from businesses and restaurants around New Providence and delivers that food to various distribution agencies which t
Funeral service for Sharon Louise Smith Charity, 54 yrs., a resident of Joan's Height, South Beach, will be held at Evangelistic Centre Assembly of God, Vesey Street, on Saturday, September 30, 2017 at 10:00 a.m. Officiating will be Rev. Neil Hamilton, assisted by other Ministers [...]
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OUTSPOKEN self-styled activist Omar Archer Sr was yesterday convicted and sentenced to 21 days in prison by a Supreme Court judge for contemptuous remarks he previously made about the legal proceedings against former Cabinet minister Shane Gibson.How
TWO local charities have started efforts to provide relief to the southern islands left devastated by Hurricane Irma and are encouraging persons with "extra food or clothing items" to donate to those in need. Gina Knowles, co-founder of the Head-Kno
Saturday 30th March 2019 6:00 PM
On Saturday, March 30th, The Cancer Society of The Bahamas will be benefitted by a charity fundraiser event entitled “An Evening at the Races” at Old Fort Bay Club, Nassau. The dress code will be smart attire with hats or fascinators. Cocktails begin at 6pm and the Races start at 7pm. Tickets are $150.
There will be 8 races in total and 10 horses running in each race.
There are two spons...
Some of the island's bankers recently turned into bakers for a very worthy cause. As part of its region-wide Walk for the Cure cancer awareness and fundraising campaign, CIBC FirstCaribbean International Bank will host a bake sale on the last Friday of every month. The first one took place on the last Friday in June and the final one will be held at the end of October, which is cancer awareness mo...