The Bahamas Weekly Facebook The Bahamas Weekly Twitter
News Last Updated: Oct 27, 2016 - 12:01:00 PM
News Feed

News : New Providence
Scotiabank Sponsors Rawson Square Upgrade - Oct 27, 2016 - 11:00:32 AM

Nassau, The Bahamas, October 26, 2016 – Scotiabank is proud to sponsor the Rawson Square Upgrade project led by Downtown Nassau Partnership.  

“This year is Scotiabank’s Diamond Anniversary.  After 60 years of operations in The Bahamas, we remain committed to being a good corporate citizen by supporting efforts which enhance the community in which we live, work and do business every day,” said Leah Davis, Senior Manager, Marketing and Public Relations, Scotiabank.
News : Bahamas Information Services Updates
Chances Donates $50,000 to NEMA - Oct 27, 2016 - 10:40:56 AM

FREEPORT, Grand Bahama – Understanding the current plight of his employees and residents of The Bahamas in general, President and CEO of Jaroh Investments Ltd., Raymond H. Culmer on Wednesday, October 26, 2016, presented a $50,000 cheque to NEMA to assist those islands affected by Hurricane Matthew, at the Ministry for Grand Bahama.

According to Mr. Culmer, Hurricane Matthew is the second hurricane to hit the country in two years. Following Hurricane Joaquin, his company trading as Chances, made a donation in the same amount. He said, “We understand the devastation...
News : International
Cat Island Students Take Part In Washington Exchange Programme - Oct 27, 2016 - 9:49:31 AM

WASHINGTON, D.C. -- Winners of the 2016 Earth Day Essay Competition are currently in Washington, D.C., participating in the 2016 Columbia Heights Educational Campus (CHEC) – Cat Island Student Exchange, which commenced on October 14, 2016, and is in its fourth year of existence.

Under the supervision of Ms. Kendia Barr, Business Studies Teacher of Old Bight High School, the group from Cat Island includes Andrea Greene, Arthur’s Town High School (11th grade); Erma Marcellus, Old Bight High School (11 th grade)...
News : International
Dr. Newry Signs Condolences Book at Qatar Embassy - Oct 27, 2016 - 7:03:24 AM

WASHINGTON, D.C. -- His Excellency Dr. Eugene Newry, Bahamas Ambassador to the United States, signs the Book of Condolences at The Embassy of the State of Qatar, 2555 M Street, N.W., on Wednesday, October 26, 2016, for His Highness the Grandfather Emir Sheikh Khalifa bin Hamad Al-Thani, who passed away on Sunday, October 23, 2016, at the age of 84.
News : International
Ambassador Newry Signs Book of Condolences At Uruguay Embassy - Oct 27, 2016 - 6:54:25 AM

WASHINGTON, D.C. -- His Excellency Dr. Eugene Newry, Bahamas Ambassador to the United States, signs the Book of Condolences at the Embassy of Uruguay, 1913 I (Eye) Street, N.W., on Wednesday, October 26, 2016, for former President of Uruguay Dr. Jorge Batlle Ibnez, who died on Monday, October 24, in Montevideo, Uruguay, at the age of 88. Looking on is Ms. Erika Muhlethaler, Administrative Assistant in the Consulate of Uruguay.
News : New Providence
Cable Bahamas hits full network restoration of services to all areas on New Providence - Oct 27, 2016 - 12:56:47 AM

NASSAU, Bahamas (Wednesday, October 26, 2016) -   Cable Bahamas teams have been working at a fever pitch to restore services to customers affected by Hurricane Matthew, and announced today that full network restoration has been achieved for those on New Providence.
Cable Bahamas Chief Operating Officer John Gomez says work continues in the capital and other islands impacted by the category four hurricane. "Our teams have been working non-stop for the last 22 days and we have seen tremendous progress from their efforts," Mr Gomez said.
News : Bahamas Information Services Updates
‘JCNP Junkanoo Shack of Fame’; Prime Minister Christie, An Inductee - Oct 26, 2016 - 9:20:31 PM

The Inaugural Junkanoo Corporation of New Providence (JCNP) Junkanoo Shack of Fame Award Ceremony was held at Government House, October 24, 2016, hosted by Governor General Her Excellency Dame Marguerite Pindling who presented the awards.

Inductees to the Shack of Fame were: Maureen Duvalier, Winston “Gus” Cooper, Sir Lynden Pindling, Percival “Vola” Francis, John “Chippie” Chipman, Arthur Gibson, and Perry G. Christie.

Prime Minister Christie appreciated the opportunity to address the ceremonies as both an inductee and the country’s leader who, as a lifelong supporter of Junkanoo, in his first term as prime minister conceived and successfully executed plans to create the Junkanoo Corporation of New Providence...
News : Bahamas Information Services Updates
Misty Gardens 'Hero' Recounts Community Efforts in Saving Lives During Hurricane - Oct 26, 2016 - 7:12:56 PM

NASSAU, The Bahamas -- Clothed in shorts, sandals and a singlet, Misty Gardens resident Mr. Jason Sands stood in his neighbour's disheveled and besieged yard as one of the unsung heroes of the ravages of Hurricane Matthew -- recounting the tale of how a trio came together to risk their lives to save those who did not heed the warnings to evacuate their southern New Providence community, and did not expect the onslaught the storm brought to their doorsteps.

"That morning, the water came up -- up to your chest -- and we went down by a lady at the end of the corner named Ms. Brown. Ms. Brown’s house was like the safest house that we went in and, afterwards, we called NEMA (the National Emergency Management Agency) and they sent a big truck," Mr. Sands said...
News : Bahamas Information Services Updates
PM Christie stops in at the International Cultural Festival - Oct 26, 2016 - 4:18:25 PM

NASSAU, The Bahamas -- Prime Minister and Minister of Finance the Rt. Hon. Perry Christie, accompanied by Minister with responsibility for Hurricane Relief and Restoration the Hon. Shane Gibson, paid an impromptu visit to the 21st Annual International Cultural Wine and Food Festival, on October 23, 2016 at the Botanical Gardens.  Organizer of the Festival Janet Johnson and Executive Director of the Bahamas National Trust Eric Carey joined the duo as they moved around the grounds of the gardens, where they greeted and interacted with persons from different countries. 

Part proceeds the two-day Festival will aid those affected by Hurricane Matthew....
News : Bahamas Information Services Updates
President of the College of St. Benedict Pays Courtesy Call on the Prime Minister - Oct 26, 2016 - 4:09:14 PM

NASSAU, The Bahamas -- President of the College of St. Benedict, St. John's University, Minnesota, Dr. Mary Hinton, right, paid a courtesy call on Prime Minister and Minister of Finance the Rt. Hon. Perry Christie, centre, at the Office of the Prime Minister, Friday, October 21, 2016. 

Also pictured at the courtesy call is Valerie Jones...
News : International
BAMSI Graduates Look to a Global Experience - Oct 26, 2016 - 1:07:09 PM

The top graduating student in the Bahamas Agriculture & Marine Science Institute’s (BAMSI) aquaculture associate degree programme Gimel Morley has been awarded a Chinese Government Scholarship to pursue a master’s degree in aquaculture. She is currently attending Ningbo University in the Jiangbei District, Ningbo, Zhejiang, China.

Ms. Morley, who received numerous awards during the Institute’s inaugural summer commencement exercise including the Prime Minister’s Award for Overall Academic Achievement and Excellence, initially discovered the science of aquaculture during her first semester at BAMSI...
News : New Providence
Embassy of the People's Republic of China Donates to Sandilands Rehabilitation Centre - Oct 26, 2016 - 11:23:54 AM

PHA officials and members of the Sandilands Rehabilitation Centre’s Administration team welcomed His Excellency Huang Qinguo, Ambassador of the People’s Republic of China, to the institution in Fox Hill on Friday October 21st, 2016 for an official handover ceremony of donated construction materials.  The materials will assist with the construction of gazebos on the Sandilands Campus as part of the Therapeutic Environment Project (TEP), an on-going initiative at Sandilands to transform the extensive grounds.

The presentation was made by Ambassador Huang, who toured the proposed site for the gazebos.  The donation by the Embassy is valued at nineteen thousand, two hundred twenty one dollars ($19, 221.00).  The contribution of materials to construct the Gazebos for this project will assist in completing Phase II ...
News : International
BAMSI officials attend FAO session at food security conference in Italy - Oct 26, 2016 - 10:31:48 AM

Ambassador Wm. J. Godfrey Eneas and Mr. Leslie Minns met with Dr. Jose Graziano Da Silva, Director General of the UN’s Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) during the 43rd Session of the Committee of the World Food Security (CFS) from 17th- 21st October, 2016 in Rome, Italy.

The 43rdSession was the occasion where two hundred (200) member states of FAO gathered to develop and introduce the global food security and nutrition plan. Within the context of the CFS, the Bahamas presented its Agri Vision 2021, a five-year food and nutrition security plan to feed The Bahamas...
News : Bahamas Information Services Updates
RBC’s Donates $300,000 to Hurricane Matthew Restoration Efforts - Oct 26, 2016 - 9:28:58 AM

Continuing its 100-year plus support of communities in the region, RBC is announcing a donation of $300,000 to several agencies following Hurricane Matthew, a category 4 hurricane, which had a catastrophic impact in The Bahamas, The Caribbean and The United States, earlier this month.

The allocation of funds is as follows: Globally, RBC Royal Bank has donated $50,000 to The Canadian Red Cross for The Bahamas and Haiti, $100,000 to The Bahamas Red Cross, $100,000 to The National Emergency Management Agency, (NEMA) and $50,000 to The American Red Cross.

As a part of the $300,000 donation, today, The National Emergency Management Agency, (NEMA), and The Bahamas Red Cross will each receive $100,000.00 toward restoration efforts.
News : New Providence
Warwick Paradise Island Bahamas offers locals special with soft opening set for Oct. 28 - Oct 26, 2016 - 7:14:31 AM

The Warwick Paradise Island Bahamas has scheduled its soft opening for Oct. 28, 2016 after the original Oct. 5 opening was delayed due to Hurricane Matthew. The resort is offering special rates for Bahamians starting from $155 per person, per night, based on double occupancy, a savings of almost 50% off the resort’s best flexible rate. Promotional rates at the new four-star deluxe, adults-only, all-inclusive resort are valid on bookings made for travel from Oct. 28 through Dec. 23, 2016 (blackout dates may apply).
“We are pleased to announce that Warwick Paradise Island Bahamas will start accepting guests for our soft opening on Friday, Oct. 28,” said Benjamin Davis, general manager of the resort...
News : International
Bahamas' Selvinique Wright makes Top 10 and wins Best in Swimsuit at Miss Grand International - Oct 26, 2016 - 1:11:49 AM

Selvinique Wright, the 24-year-old from Nassau, Bahamas came away with the "Best in Swimsuit" at the Miss Grand International Pageant in Las Vegas on Tuesday night, October 25th. She also made it into the "Top 10" and delivered a flawless and passionate speech presentation on stopping violence, which is a central theme of the pageant.

"As peacekeepers we are obligated to promote love and unity around The World," says Wright's statement on the pageant website. "We have to speak out against war and violence but more importantly, live by example. We must teach future generations to resolve conflict in a peaceful manner. We must all coexist with our differences. We must mute violence and showcase unity..."
News : Local
Successful re-opening for public schools today and new date for the re-opening of the Government High School and Bartlett Hill Primary - Oct 25, 2016 - 7:00:00 PM

Nassau, Bahamas – 25th October, 2016 – After the highly anticipated return of students to school today following the long break due to Hurricane Matthew, the Ministry of Education, Science and Technology is pleased that to note that all public schools that were slated to open today, welcomed students back.

The re-opening of schools scheduled for later this week will remain the same however, two schools will re-open on Monday, October 31st, 2016.

Discussions with the three contractors and administrators of the Government High School (GHS) in New Providence as well as the contractor and District Superintendent in Grand Bahama, led to a decision being made to delay the re-opening...
News : New Providence
Refurbished Sandals Royal Bahamian re-opens and expects nearly 100% occupancy by November - Oct 25, 2016 - 5:00:39 PM

Sandals Royal Bahamian re-opened its doors today with a complement of nearly 500 staff members and guests in 75 rooms following a multimillion dollar makeover that began in mid-August and breathed new life into the historic property on Cable Beach.

It was the first time in 10 weeks that voices could be heard above the steady buzzing, throb and drone of jackhammers, concrete mixers and backhoes. In place of heavy equipment what greeted guests was a hotel with sparkling interiors and exteriors, including massive new pool decks and bright, contemporary furnishings, gutted and renovated villas, fresh paint and refinished wooden floors where royalty and celebrities of old had once danced the night away...
News : Bahamas Information Services Updates
PM Christie Lauds RBC $300,000 Donation to Hurricane Matthew Relief in Region - Oct 25, 2016 - 4:49:45 PM

NASSAU, The Bahamas -- Prime Minister and Minister of Finance the Rt. Hon. Perry Christie praised the Royal Bank of Canada (RBC), on October 25, 2016, for "another wonderful gesture in support of a disaster and its impact" on The Bahamas, in the form of its donation of $300,000 to Hurricane Matthew damage in the region -- inclusive of direct donations of $100,000 to the National Emergency Management Agency (NEMA) and the Bahamas Red Cross, respectively.

"Royal Bank, as indicated, has had a very long and enriching relationship with The Bahamas," Prime Minister Christie said at a press conference at NEMA Headquarters on Gladstone Road. "It has been the principal banker for The Bahamas Government and has, in that context...
News : Bahamas Information Services Updates
Bahamas government statement on same sex marriage - Oct 25, 2016 - 11:47:02 AM

October 24, 2016 – Nassau, The Bahamas – Statements in relation to the performance in The Bahamas of a same sex marriage over the weekend have come to the attention of the Registrar General.

In The Bahamas, the Department of the Registrar General is the Government agency of record responsible for issuing marriage licenses. The Registrar General’s Department has never issued a license for a same sex marriage to be solemnized in The Bahamas...

<< prev page    next page >>

Receive our Top Stories

Preview | Powered by CommandBlast

Latest Headlines
Scotiabank Sponsors Rawson Square Upgrade
Chances Donates $50,000 to NEMA
Cat Island Students Take Part In Washington Exchange Programme
Dr. Newry Signs Condolences Book at Qatar Embassy
Ambassador Newry Signs Book of Condolences At Uruguay Embassy
Cable Bahamas hits full network restoration of services to all areas on New Providence
‘JCNP Junkanoo Shack of Fame’; Prime Minister Christie, An Inductee
Misty Gardens 'Hero' Recounts Community Efforts in Saving Lives During Hurricane
PM Christie stops in at the International Cultural Festival
President of the College of St. Benedict Pays Courtesy Call on the Prime Minister
Grand Bahama to receive post crisis seminars for families and businesses
Bahamas National Trust Art & Wine Festival on This Weekend
RBPF Wanted: Jeffery 'Spiderman' Etienne of West Bay Street
RBPF Nassau: Sketch of Man Wanted for Rape
BTC Provides Relief for over 80 Families in Andros
Nassau police seize 2 firearms, 1 man in custody - Drug arrest in Coconut Grove
RBPF Wanted: Shonario Theo Pinder of Lazaretta Road
Deltec donates $25k to NEMA
Bahamas National Trust a Finalist for Florida Conservation Award
BTC provides relief for Haitian communities
Bahamian Politics
Minnis: Need for Immediate FOIA Legislation
DNA: FOIA Delayed Again
Peter Turnquest: Need for Transparency in the Baha Mar Sale to Perfect Luck Holdings Limited
Collie: PM Christie has not visited his own Constituency since Hurricane Matthew
FNM: Dr. Minnis on New Secret Owner of Baha Mar
DNA: A Ruined Renew Bahamas Deal
DNA: Paradise, Paralyzed by Fear
DNA says No to Hurricane Tax
McCartney: The Teachable Moments Abound!
Branville McCartney on Hurricane Mathew
Bahamas Weather
Bahamas 2-day weather forecast starting Friday, October 21
Severe weather warning issued for Andros, New Providence, Berry Islands, Eleuthera, Cat Island, Exuma, Long Island, & Ragged Island
Hurricane Nicole Generating Large Swells In The Atlantic …
Hurricane Nicole poses no threat to The Bahamas
(Updated) All Airports in The Bahamas (except Grand Bahama) to Open on Saturday, October 8th
Florida Keys providing recovery assistance to The Bahamas
All Clear issued for entire Bahamas after Hurricane Matthew
ALERT #45 - Matthew Moving Parallel To And Just Offshore The East Coast Of Florida…
Lynden Pindling International Airport (LPIA) to remain closed on Friday
All Clear issued for the Southeast Bahamas
Freeport Rugby Football Club: Boys’ Soccer Programme Recommences this Saturday (October 29th)
Junkanoo Jam relocating to Bimini after Hurricane Matthew
International Regatta Resumes After Delay Due to Post Matthew Winds
Bahamas to face Jamaica, Belize and Guyana in the 2017 CONCACAF Beach Soccer Championships
Count Down To Nassau Robert Scheidt, Brazilian Sailing Superstar Is Back
Run for Pompey rescheduled for October 29
2017 Race for the Cure Registration Opens
Run for Pompey Postponed due to Hurricane Matthew
Edward St. George Memorial Golf Tournament "Inaugural Event"
Bahamian Student Athletes Inspired by NBA Great Alonzo Mourning
This Week in The Bahamas Commentary by Elcott Coleby: October 17 - 21
Film Review: Hands of Stone
Pamela Burnside: Say What 3?
This week in the Bahamas Commentary by Elcott Coleby: Oct 10 - 14
Hurricane Matthew Dossier: This Week in The Bahamas Commentary by Elcott Coleby: Oct. 3 - 7
Review: Luke Cage (Season 1 - Netflix)
Pamela Burnside: Say What 2?
This Week in The Bahamas Commentary by Elcott Coleby: September 26 - 30
The Magnificent Seven
Pam Burnside: Say What?
Events Calendars
New Providence Events Calendar
Grand Bahama Events Calendar
Women's Empowerment Workshop Coming to Grand Bahama
Nassau Music Society presents, Quartetto Gelato: Feb. 20, 21
Supermodel of the Bahamas 2015 Competition Set for This Weekend
Family Islands Events Calendar
Sanches Thompson, Super Talent of the Bahamas in Concert, February 9th
Bahamas Junkanoo Carnival Grand Bahama launched
Culinary Fusion Expo on today in Grand Bahama, November 8th
Red Rose Ball set to bring Paris to Grand Bahama this weekend!
10 Doc Shorts On Oscar’s 2016 Shortlist
Music Masters Song Competition Deadline extended to Nov. 19
Adam Karch Grand Bahama concert canceled due to Hurricane Matthew
Bahamian pop singer Tebby's release of WATCH ME DO ME makes waves locally and internationally
Bahamas stars in another primetime drama
DMAC to Perform With Top Caribbean Artists at ‘242 Caribana Music Festival’
BTC joins forces with Fam-Fest for Gospel Voice Competition
Julien Believe partners with Beenie Man, Ricardo Drue and Fadda Fox in latest single
Tribeca Film Festival announces 2017 dates and expansion of submission areas
Bahamas International Chorale Festival to feature choirs from 8 countries
Sales & Promotions
Flying Fish reopens after Hurricane Matthew offering 'Comfort Food' fare
Solomon's Freeport & Nassau - 'Show me the Savings' (expires Oct 26th, 2016)
Grand Lucayan Closed after Hurricane Matthew
CostRight Freeport & Nassau - Awesome WOW buys!
Have you tried LUNCH at Flying Fish?
Event Promotions via TheBahamasWeekly.com
Flying Fish "Casual Sundays" is the place to be!
Toopy & Binoo vacation at Memories Grand Bahama
Solomon’s Lucaya Sees Success With In Store Health Seminar
Solomon’s Lucaya teams up with Dr. Monique Pratt for Free in store seminar - Let’s Talk Health
Arts & Culture
NAGB Fall/Winter Series - The Maestro: King of the Cowboy Artists
Minister Mitchell Opens 21st Annual International Cultural Wine & Food Festival
Fort Fincastle, Water Tower and Queen's Staircase to Become Heritage Park
Free performances "Gun Boys Rhapsody" at Dundas Black Box
Bahamian author and diplomat presents new book to Minister of Foreign Affairs and Ambassador Joudi
Free E-Book, "Surviving a Hurricane" available on TheBahamasWeekly.com
Uniformed Services Senior Manager writes book for the body, mind and soul
Caribbean Studies Association + NAGB launch Book Cover Design Competition
Culture, Caribbean Pride and Pageantry at the 2016 Miami Broward Carnival
Shakespeare in Paradise supported by REV for eighth consecutive year
Streaming Multimedia
Free Uppercut Concert at Dive In postponed due to Matthew
A Mouth Full explores gourmet pizzas at Domino's
Bahamian filmmaker releases "Atlas Calling" as an urgent call to protect the ocean
A Mouth Full: Sweet Treats at Mortimer's Candies
A Mouth Full: Organic Living from 'Field to Fork'
Breakfast with A Mouth Full
A Mouth Full goes #IntheKitchenwithBran
A Mouth Full goes Diving For Conch!
A Mouth Full Kicks-off 4th Season!
A Mouth Full goes to Cat Island!
Inside The Bahamas Weekly
Retraction and Apology
Bahamas Facebook Group page assists thousands during and after Hurricane Matthew
Father and son get creative with hurricane preparedness
Event Promotions via TheBahamasWeekly.com
Bahamas Ambassador Joudi Receives Official Instruments of Appointment
Three Bahamians named for Inaugural Class of President Obama's Young Leaders of the Americas Initiative
The Bahamas Beats USA in Beach Soccer Friendly
98-Year Old Rotarian and Olympian Sir Durward Knowles Celebrates 40th Anniversary of Club’s Formation
New columnist, Rouén Robinson to deliver "Screen Scene" on TheBahamasWeekly.com
Lifeguards Trained for Bahamas Public Beaches
Navigation (Site Directions)
Finding your way around our Website
Elmira Essay Competition Opens to Bahamian 10th - 12th graders
Caribbean Studies Association + NAGB launch Book Cover Design Competition
The Queen’s Commonwealth Essay Competition 2017 launched on International Day of Peace
Miss Grand Bahama Pageant 2016/17 Seeking Applicants
The search is on to find the Commonwealth young person of the year
Pelican Bay Career Opportunity: Security Officer
Pelican Bay Career Opportunity: Experienced Maintenance Worker-Airconditioning Mechanic
The Bahamas Weekly FREE Summer Camp Directory 2016
India offers fully-funded training courses to Commonwealth citizens
Bahamas National Honours System now accepting nominations
The Bahamas Boasts
IADB designates Nassau as an "Emerging Sustainable City"
Bahamas announces New Marine Protected Areas
Parallax rides a "Bahama Blue" tide to World Oceans Day
The Bahamian Flag Makes it to the Top of the World
Palm Cay Marina Voted ‘1st Choice’ by Boaters Around the World for 3rd Consecutive Year
BNT Receives Global Recognition for Shark Conservation
Bahamas #1 In Private Aviation
Baha Mar Rated Among Top Destinations to Visit in 2015
Award winning students renovate historic Cat Island kitchen
Nassau makes 10 most romantic wedding destinations in the Caribbean and Latin America
A Taste Of The Bahamas
(VIDEO) Ocean Waves Nature Sounds of The Bahamas
Etiquette for The National Flag of The Bahamas
Junkanoo: Hidden Treasure of the Bahamas
Bahamas Investment Authority frequently asked questions (FAQ)
Bahamas Handbook 2012 in stores now
Chef Anthony making waves on Paradise Island
Essence Bahamas Magazine Launched
Thousands Flock to Bahamas Embassy for Passport DC Embassy Tour
(VIDEO) Bonefish Spawning Locale Discovered - They Do It Offshore
(VIDEO) Conch Salad TV Launched with the Great Conch Race
Market Place
2010 Toyota Vitz for Sale: Proceeds to the Humane Society
Grand Bahama Hurricane Resistant Factories for SALE
2003 Buick Regal for Sale in Grand Bahama
His and Hers Mercedes Benz for Sale
For Sale in Grand Bahama: Nintendo 3DS (Flame Red)
Motorbike for Sale in Grand Bahama
For Sale: 2003 Mitsubishi Grandis (Freeport)
Efficiency Apartment for Rent in Grand Bahama
Seeking roommate to share oceanfront home
2 Bedroom Apartment for Rent - Lucayan Towers
Medical Education Review Program (MERP)
DeVry Medical International to close Grand Bahama based M.E.R.P. Program
Join Our Team: MERP Staff Accountant (4 Month Term)
Grand Bahama Minister meets Medical Executives
MERP Supports the Arts in Grand Bahama
Grand Bahama landlords updated on MERP housing requirements
Medical Education Review Program students enjoy local cuisine, beach and bonfire in Grand Bahama
MERP Employee Receives PRIDE Award
MERP students say, "Yes We Can" to the Grand Bahama Red Cross
DeVry Medical International’s MERP Supports the 2011 Conchman Triathlon
Ross University
DeVry Medical International Calls on Minister Darville
New MERP session underway at Ross Bahamas site
Ross University School of Medicine Expands Affiliation with Premier U.S. Teaching Hospitals
Ross University promotes Dr. George Lotocki to Director of the Medical Education Review Program
Dr. Thomas Shepherd to Retire as President of Ross University
Ross University fully transitions Medical Education Review Program (MERP) to Grand Bahama Island
Ross University Bahamas counselor leads seminar for GB Association of Social Workers
Two positions open at Ross University in Dominica
(VIDEO) Ross University Appoints Bahamian as new Executive Administrator
New session underway at Ross Bahamas Site
Focus on Fashion
Bahamas Fashion hits Facebook
Results of the Miss Bahamas Designer Showcase competition
Miss Bahamas Swimsuit, Top Model & Designer Showcase Highlights
The Bahamas Represents at Carib Style Week 2016
Bahari sponsors Miss World Bahamas Launch Party
Miss Bahamas Contestants Rock the Boat at the Yacht and Travel Show
Eymeric Francois: Midnight in Paris
Bahamian designer sends Michelle Obama local treasures
Inaugural Perth Eco Fashion Week Call for Designers
Fashion students gear up for Miss Bahamas contest
Events schedule from TheBahamasWeekly.com
Hot Links
Websites we'd like you to know about...
at a glance
New Providence Events Calendar
Quote of the Week - Words Have Weight
PayPal now accepts Bahamian based credit cards
VAT Bahamas
VAT Taken Off Some Educational Fees
Department of Inland Revenue Urges Compliance on VAT Inclusive Pricing
The Department of Inland Revenue responds to Tribune Business Article on Tax Compliance Certificates
Global Blue Service Fee Payment Can Now Be Made Online‏
Suriname Delegates Visiting Bahamas on Fact-Finding Mission on VAT Implementation
Bahamas Chamber of Commerce meets with gov't to discuss business license requirements
Bahamas Business Licence Certification Requirement Notice
No Consideration to VAT Being Removed From Healthcare
Department of Inland Revenue Business License Payment Methods
Department of Inland Revenue Reissuance of Billings (Real Property Tax)
Ministers of Health to discuss actions to improve health in the Region
Bahamas Sickle Cell Association Open for Online Registration
Solomon’s Lucaya Sees Success With In Store Health Seminar
Bahamas Ministry of Health: Zika Update #3
Jupiter Medical Center Offers Advanced Imaging
Jupiter Medical Center – Health Care That’s Worth Going the Extra Mile
Top-tier Orthopedic Program at Jupiter Medical Center
New Technology Targets Tumors in Five Days or Less
Cutting Out Sugar Can Improve a Child’s Health in Just 10 Days
BTVI holds successful health and wellness fair
Rick Lowe: Government Acting Immorally Over Tax Compliance Certificates
Patricia Glinton-Meicholas on the 2016 Bahamas Gender Equality Referendum
Op-Ed: Supporting Innovation and Entrepreneurship through the Modernization of Government Services
Bahamas Olympic swimmer on the Gender Equality vote
Fred Smith: We Reap What We Sow
Top 3 Outlandish statements from Dame Sawyer that should really scare you
Terrance Gape: The Bridge to nowhere
Attorney Constance Mcdonald provides clarity on Gender Equality bills
What Does China Want From The Bahamas?
China's Growing Presence in The Bahamas