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News : International

Nearly 1.8 million people demand climate action - Nov 28, 2015 - 3:59:57 PM

A total of 1,780,528 million people worldwide have put their names to a collection of faith-based petitions urging political leaders at the COP21 climate summit to take decisive action to curb global warming and deliver a strong, fair deal that helps poor countries adapt to their changing climate.

The petitions were presented to UNFCCC Executive Secretary Christiana Figueres on November 28 at the ‘Faith in Climate Justice’ (‘Les Religions Pour le Climat’) event at Salle de la Légion d’Honneur in Saint-Denis.

The hand-in was witnessed by close to 400 people, including faith leaders, COP21 delegates and climate campaigners from around the world...

Arts & Culture

Chantal Bethel exhibits in Belgium - Nov 28, 2015 - 3:38:53 PM

Guanahani—An Unspeakable Land

The Bahamas, from European sensibilities, conjures 007 dreams of exotic beaches and cocktails. It appears to be the epitome of a tropical paradise, however the reality is more complex. The past; pirates, colonial times and slave trade, are elements implicit to contemporary Bahamian culture and they still resonate in the collective psyche. Look deeper and there is another raw and painful history.

In 1492, Christopher Columbus’ notorious and much celebrated discovery of the ‘New World’ seems like a wonderful celebration of human perseverance and ingenuity, but for the indigenous Indians it was a death knell...


Jupiter Medical: Put the Pain of Addiction Behind You - Nov 28, 2015 - 2:04:10 PM

Addiction does not have to control your life. You can take back the power. Letting go is a real struggle—we know—but you don’t have to do it alone or in pain. Free yourself from substance dependency in a supportive, trusting environment with a resort-style setting. Nestled in a quiet, coastal community in South Florida, Lighthouse Detox offers the highest level of medical detox available—backed by Jupiter Medical Center, a hospital that has built a unique reputation for quality.

Clients who travel to the center have chosen to remove themselves from the daily stress and triggers that fuel their substance abuse and addiction. Once they are in a safe environment, healing becomes the focus, which in effect, gives them a better chance at success...

Bahamas Weather

Bahamas 3-day weather forecast starting Saturday, Nov. 28 - Nov 28, 2015 - 12:00:10 PM

Bahamas public forecast for today and tonight, Saturday 28th, November 2015.

General situation: A deep layered trough in the vicinity of the Central Bahamas will continue to enhance pockets of unsettled weather across the Central and Southeastern islands. Elsewhere, a high pressure centered north of the islands will continue to produce brisk winds across the Northwest Bahamas.

Special warnings : Mariners and beach goers should be alert for rough surf due to moderate to large northeasterly swells and the possibility of dangerous rip currents mainly along the northern and eastern shorelines...

News : Bahamas Information Services Updates

Presidents of Atlantic College and North American University Visit the Bahamas Governor General - Nov 28, 2015 - 11:50:54 AM

NASSAU, The Bahamas - Governor General Her Excellency Dame Marguerite Pindling welcomed presidents of Atlantic College and North American University in a courtesy call at Government House, November 19, 2015. Pictured from left: James Schaefer; President of Atlantic College Dr. R.E. Cooper; H.E. Dame Marguerite Pindling; President of North American University Dr. Reg Pecen; and Rev. Susan Pratt...

News : Bahamas Information Services Updates

Tabernacle Academy, Grand Bahama, Donates to Hurricane Relief‏ - Nov 28, 2015 - 11:35:31 AM

Students, teachers and faculty from Tabernacle Academy, Grand Bahama, donated a number of food items and cleaning supplies to be distributed to hurricane victims in the central and southern Bahamas on Wednesday.

Accepting the donation was Mrs. Michelle Reckley, Deputy Director of Urban Renewal in Grand Bahama. Making the presentation was Genice Saunders, left, and Annamarie Amerthil, pictured right...

News : International

Consul General Treco attends Consual Corps College Symposium
 - Nov 28, 2015 - 11:20:09 AM

MIAMI, Florida – Bahamas Consul General to Miami H. Ricardo Treco attended the Consul Corps College Symposium held in Washington, DC at The Bank of America Corporate Center, November 18-20, 2015.

The symposium attracts diplomatic professionals from many countries throughout the world.

The Consular Corps College was founded in 1969 by Consul General Walter R. Regirer with the primary goal of increasing professional communication among foreign consular officers serving in the United States...

News : Bahamas Information Services Updates

BAIC hosts Product Development Workshop - Nov 28, 2015 - 10:49:28 AM

True to its mission to stimulate, facilitate and encourage the creation, expansion and development of small and medium sized business enterprises in The Bahamas (SME), the Bahamas Agriculture and Industrial Corporation (BAIC) hosted a one day seminar on Product Development and Food Processing at its Headquarters on Old Trail Road.

The areas of general business development covered in this intensive one day workshop were the principles of food processing; product packing, labeling, presentation and demonstration; the principles of product development...


Scotiabank Sponsors Professional Development Courses at BTVI - Nov 28, 2015 - 10:25:12 AM

Scotiabank is providing scholarships for students to attend The Bahamas Technical and Vocational Institute (BTVI ).

The Bank has partnered with BTVI to help several potential entrepreneurs pursue Professional Development Courses. The certificate programs range from ten to fifteen weeks and are offered in business, beauty, construction, and fashion trades; auto mechanics; marine engine; and information technology; among other disciplines...


Ports Supports The Bahamas AIDS Foundation - Nov 28, 2015 - 10:10:35 AM

Nassau, Bahamas - To show support and solidarity on World AIDS Day, December 1, local medical supplier Ports International recently made a donation to the Bahamas AIDS Foundation. The Bahamas AIDS Foundation is a non-profit, non-government organization dedicated to the fight against HIV/AIDS in the community and worldwide, by providing programs and activities to continuously fight HIV/AIDS in the Bahamas.

As stated by Mrs. Michele Rassin-Moodie "We have come such a long way in the fight against HIV/AIDS. Huge global efforts such as the UNAIDS Strategy Getting to Zero have proven results as more people are accessing treatment and prevention services; but we are not there yet...

News : Ministry of Tourism Updates

Ministry of Tourism Thanks Industry Partners And Visitors - Nov 28, 2015 - 9:54:43 AM

Nassau, Bahamas - Executives and staff of the Ministry of Tourism spent Thanksgiving Day saying thank you to industry stakeholders and visitors in a big way by treating them to a free Thanksgiving luncheon at Pompey Square.

Director General of Tourism Joy Jibrilu said the Ministry of Tourism wanted to pause and reflect on the blessings over the last year.

“Although Thanksgiving is primarily an American holiday it is always good to give thanks and in spite of it all, The Bahamas has much to be thankful for...


CIBC Firstcaribbean’s Fourth Walk For The Cure Raises The Bar - Nov 28, 2015 - 5:39:54 AM

Nassau, Bahamas – CIBC FirstCaribbean’s annual Walk for the Cure has raised the bar yet again, collecting $400,000 across the region and more than $77,000 in donations in the Bahamas in its 2015 fundraising efforts.

In a presentation at the CIBC FirstCaribbean country headquarters on Shirley Street, the Bahamian funds were distributed between eight local cancer charities: Sister Sister Breast Cancer Support Groups of New Providence and Grand Bahama; The Cancer Society of The Bahamas...

Focus on Fashion

Bahamas' David Rolle wins Mission Catwalk All Star Season! - Nov 27, 2015 - 6:27:17 PM

The all star season of Mission Catwalk has come to a close, and we are excited to announce that The Bahamas' very own, David Rolle was announced the winner on the final segment of season 5 on November 21st!

It was in September we told you of the exciting news of Bahamian designer, David Rolle's return to Mission Catwalk for their all star series, and this season's winner will be announced on Saturday, November 21st.

Mission Catwalk had released the photos of the final runway showdown a few days ago. The showdown which took place at the historical landmark...


This week in the Bahamas Commentary by Elcott Coleby: Nov 23 - 27 - Nov 27, 2015 - 6:20:53 PM

PM Christie talks “Financial Services” at CHOGM forum in Malta

In addressing delegates at a Commonwealth Business Forum this week, Bahamas Prime Minister the Rt. Hon. Perry G. Christie stressed the need for responsible policy and vigilance in protecting the integrity and international reputation of our financial services.

“The world has never felt so big and yet so small at the same time. The problems that we face in 2015 are more complex. The battlefields of global wars are as much on the front line as in the board rooms of financial services businesses. We must be vigilant and jealously guard our jurisdictions from those that wish to engage in financial crimes and other imprudent activities.


Syracuse Claims Battle 4 Atlantis 2015 Title - Nov 27, 2015 - 6:15:10 PM

Paradise Island, The Bahamas - The Battle 4 Atlantis champion is complete, and Syracuse knocked off No. 25 Texas A & M in championship game!

The final score was 74 to 67.

The early-season college basketball tournament began on Wednesday, November 25th. Appearing were eight top-tier teams: Syracuse University, University of Connecticut, University of Michigan, University of Texas, Gonzaga University, University of Washington, Texas A&M University, and the University of North Carolina at Charlotte...

VAT Bahamas

Ministry of Finance: No Reversal on the VAT Treatment of Insurance - Nov 27, 2015 - 5:21:15 PM

The Ministry of Finance takes strong exception to the report in today’s newspaper, which suggests that officials in the ministry and the VAT Department have reneged on the understanding of insurance policies renewed before July 1st, 2015 and how they are to be treated under VAT.

Contrary to views attributed to representatives of the insurance industry, the ministry never agreed that polices on which premiums were exempt from VAT would accrue VAT credits when insurers paid out claims triggered on or after July 1st 2015...


Mister and Mister Teen Bahamas set for December 13th - Nov 27, 2015 - 4:26:19 PM

The Mister Bahamas Organization is in search of 'The Classic Man'...  And with just over two weeks before the December 13th finals in Nassau, they are finalizing what promises to be a great show, when the lives of two young Bahamian men will change forever.

"There have been hours of preparation and commitment by our contestants," said director Oswald Ellis, "and they are ready to give 100%, each hoping to win the fans, and judge's approval, in order to be awarded the titles."

This year, the organization eliminated the name "Manhunt" from the titles and have added more substance to what is expected of the winners...

News : Ministry of Tourism Updates

Grand Bahama gets ready for Faith Fest 2016 - Nov 27, 2015 - 3:18:10 PM

“A Religious Tourism Partnership with Bishop Henry Fernandez Ministries”

GRAND LUCAYAN RESORT, GRAND BAHAMA ISLAND - The faith-based community of Grand Bahama Island showed up in full support of the recent Living Taping of the Bishop Henry Fernandez Ministries, Lifestyle of Faith Live Recording on the Great Lawn of the Grand Lucayan Resort on Thursday, November 19th.

The evening brought together key influencers in the Christian community of religious leaders, local Bahamian gospel artists and international recording artists who shared in a time of teaching and worship...


Bahamas kicks off 2017 Beach Soccer World Cup Campaign - Nov 27, 2015 - 2:23:29 PM

NASSAU, New Providence – The phrase “sun, sand and sea” will take on a whole new meaning in summer 2017 when the FIFA Beach Soccer World Cup comes to town.

The Bahamas is set to host its largest international sporting event on beautiful white sand beaches against the backdrop of the magnificent turquoise ocean.

Minister of Youth, Sports and Culture Dr. Daniel Johnson officially launched the 2017 FIFA Beach Soccer World Cup campaign during an intimate...


Atlantis donated $50,000 to the Bahamas Red Cross for Hurricane Relief - Nov 27, 2015 - 2:17:01 PM

Atlantis, Paradise Island prides itself on not just being able to provide quality customer service, attractions and amenities to the guests that come to stay each year, but also on its commitment to the local community. In an effort to support the Family Islands in the southern Bahamas that were devastated by Hurricane Joaquin, the mega-resort property donated in excess of $50,000 to The Bahamas Red Cross along with three 40ft containers of lumber to assist with the rebuilding and restoration of homes damaged during the storm.

Atlantis President & Managing Director Paul Burke, accompanied by Senior Vice President of Public Affairs and Retail at the resort Ed Fields, presented the cheque totaling $52,343 to Bahamas Red Cross President Craig Tony Gomez. In making the presentation, both Burke and Fields said...


Bahamas National Sports Awards 2015 Results - Nov 27, 2015 - 1:05:24 PM

The Ministry of Youth, Sports and Culture held their inaugural Bahamas National Sports Awards 2015 at the Atlantis, Paradise Island on November 21st.

“Oh my gosh, it’s an amazing feeling. I just thank God so much for all of the opportunities,” Miller told The Tribune “To be chosen among so many great athletes that we have in the Bahamas, it’s an honour and I just thank God for it.” 

Miller received the Prime Minister Award for National Pride and overall Athlete of the Year...


Bahamian Boxers Qualify for Olympic Trials - Nov 27, 2015 - 12:51:59 PM

The Boxing Federation of The Bahamas on Saturday 21st November held its “box-off” to qualify boxers to travel to the Olympic qualifier in Argentina in March of 2016.

The event was held at the Ray Minus Gym on Wulff Road, said Boxing Federation President Wellington Miller.  “All boxers gave everything they had in order to make the team.  It was a very exciting event.”

Results: In the 56kg category, Ronald Woodside defeated Kenrick Stuart...

Arts & Culture

Bahamian to Perform at Carnegie Hall - Nov 27, 2015 - 12:49:08 PM

Nassau, The Bahamas -- Bahamian Dion Cunningham, born and raised in Nassau, will most likely be the first Bahamian musician to perform on stage at New York City’s Carnegie Hall when he appears this weekend as part of the Winner’s Recital for the 2015 American Protégé International Piano and Strings Competition.

Dion placed second in this very prestigious competition, which was open to school students and adults of all nationalities and countries.

Dion began his musical studies studying piano with Mrs. Dawn Sands. After High School he attended Macalester College in St. Paul, MN where he...

Arts & Culture

The Art of Matt Wild to be Featured at Festival Noel - Nov 27, 2015 - 11:29:54 AM

Freeport, Bahamas – As the Festival Noel committee strings the lights, restaurants prepare their menus and Bristol Wines and Spirits chills the wine, one of the most important aspects of Festival Noel is beginning to arrive at the Rand Nature Centre - the art!

This year’s featured artist is Matthew Wildgoose (aka Matt Wild), a Grand Bahama native who is well-known for his acting talents on Cable Bahamas and BTC commercials and is now showing off his passion for painting...

News : Bahamas Information Services Updates

Wife of Prime Minister Encourages Teachers to Tap Into Their Transformative Power - Nov 27, 2015 - 11:25:35 AM

NASSAU, The Bahamas – Wife of the Prime Minister, Mrs. Bernadette Christie addressed a Thanksgiving Day luncheon under the theme, “Embracing Humanity,” held in recognition of teachers, administrators and staff of Eva Hilton Primary School (formerly Oakes Field Primary School), and the Northwestern District Teachers of the Year 2015-2017, at the Paul Farquharson Conference Center, East Street, on Tuesday.

Guest speaker, Mrs. Christie said: “I am a firm believer that we can never bestow our teachers with adequate accolades; as their work is more than a labor of love but a true demonstration of service to humanity...

News : Bahamas Information Services Updates

NEMA to host the 9th Caribbean Conference on Comprehensive Disaster Management - Nov 27, 2015 - 11:11:56 AM

NASSAU, The Bahamas - The Caribbean Disaster Emergency Management Agency (CDEMA) is pleased to announce the staging of the 9th Caribbean Conference on Comprehensive Disaster Management, which is being held at the Melia Nassau Beach Resort, Bahamas from November 30th – December 4th, 2015.

CDM 9 will be convened under the theme: "The Road to Resilience: Checkpoint 2015”.

Captain Stephen Russell, Director of the National Emergency Management Agency, says “The Bahamas, through NEMA, is pleased to host the high level conference as Participating States -Dominica and The Bahamas...

News : Bahamas Information Services Updates

Exuma Residents Donate $5,500 Towards Hurricane Relief‏ - Nov 27, 2015 - 11:09:40 AM

NASSAU, The Bahamas – A group of concerned residents of Exuma donated $5,500 towards the Hurricane Joaquin Relief effort, to assist residents in the Central and Southeast Bahamas impacted by the Category 4 storm in October. The funds came from the Exuma Christian Disaster Community Relief Fund, Member of Parliament for Exuma the Hon. Anthony Moss, and the Stuart Manor Curtis Alexander Association. On Monday, November 23, 2015, representatives presented the National Emergency Management Agency with a cheque at NEMA’s office on Gladstone Road and NEMA’s Way. Pictured from left are Mr. Moss, Captain Stephen Russell, Director NEMA...

Community : Grand Bahama

Grand Bahama Port Authority rate application published - Nov 27, 2015 - 10:57:28 AM

Freeport, Grand Bahama -The Regulatory Framework established between GBPC and GBPA was created with residents in mind; this framework brings improved transparency to the rate regulation process. As the independent regulator of the power sector, GBPA has responsibility to approve the rate structure of GBPC and to ensure operational standards are in line with international prudent utility practice.

GBPC seeks approval for: Adjustments to the rates & charges, as described in the application, A new tariff classification called Large Industrial, as described in the Application...


Cruises Inc.® Partners with Sandals Foundation to Donate School Supplies in the Bahamas - Nov 27, 2015 - 10:45:00 AM

Cruises Inc. ® during a national travel conference aboard the Norwegian Escape, partnered with the Sandals Foundation to donate school supplies to Bahamian children as part of Pack for a Purpose®. Independent Vacation Specialists who participated in this fundraiser donated close to 500 pounds of school supplies that will be distributed to schools across the Bahamas.

Education and community are two important pillars of the Sandals Foundation and the mission of Pack for a Purpose is to positively impact communities around the world by assisting travelers who want to make meaningful contributions to the destinations they visit. The partnership between the Sandals Foundation and Pack For A Purpose was therefore an easy fit...

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