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Bahamas Press Club acknowledges World Press Freedom Day - May 3‏ - May 3, 2016 - 12:35:49 AM

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NASSAU, The Bahamas - The Bahamas Press Club joins our colleagues around the world in marking World Press Freedom Day, Tuesday, May 3rd, 2016, with the theme, “Access to Information and Fundamental Freedoms – This Is Your Right”.

This year’s theme aligns with one of the Press Club’s main objectives, which is to see a Freedom of Information Act passed in The Bahamas. We note the present efforts by the government to move that process along, however, we maintain that the Act is long overdue and the tardiness of the government in seriously addressing this matter is unacceptable as even with best efforts the actual implementation date is closer to two years away...
News : Bahamas Information Services Updates
UK Affirms Longstanding Friendship with Caribbean and Financial Support for Infrastructural Development - May 2, 2016 - 9:49:03 PM

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FREEPORT, Grand Bahama - Secretary of State for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs of the United Kingdom, the Rt. Hon. Philip Hammond said on Friday, April 29, that he hoped the 9th UK-Caribbean Forum would "result in the kind of concrete outcomes that will strengthen our ties and help make both the UK and the Caribbean better places for all of our citizenry."  

The sessions were held in Freeport at the Grand Lucayan, under the theme, "Building a Stronger Partnership for Sustainable Growth and Development"....
News : Local
Central Eleuthera water disruptions following malfunction at WSC reverse osmosis plant - May 2, 2016 - 5:37:14 PM

On Thursday night past there was a catastrophic failure at the Naval Base Reverse Osmosis Plant. The well supplying the plant failed and while corrective action was in progress, a subsequent material failure resulted in extended down time for the plant.  It is now anticipated that supplies will be restored late this evening.

This facility supplies water to all settlements from Gregory Town in the north to Savannah Sound in the south. Supplies were diverted from our northern system located in the Bogue but this is not expected to be overly effective.   

Due to the prolonged outage, hundreds of customers, businesses and Government entities have experienced loss of supply. After repairs are completed...
News : Bahamas Information Services Updates
Sir Jack Hayward Bridge officially opened by PM Christie - May 2, 2016 - 5:15:07 PM


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FREEPORT, Grand Bahama - During the official opening the Sir Jack Hayward Bridge in East Grand Bahama on Monday, May 2, 2016 Prime Minister of The Bahamas, the Rt. Hon. Perry G. Christie pointed out that Grand Bahama must move now; and he felt that the government and shareholders of the Grand Bahama Port Authority, in cooperating and working together, will come up with a formula to attract more investors to the island.

The Prime Minister said he wanted to make three key points: The first point, "We are very near to the conclusion of complex discussions and negotiations in terms of the future of Grand Bahama." Last night, said Prime Minister Christie, he met with Sarah St. George in Nassau, where they further discussed the way forward...
News : Bahamas Information Services Updates
CARICOM Secretary General Thankful for UK-Caribbean Forum; Expresses the Issues - May 2, 2016 - 4:31:12 PM

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FREEPORT, Grand Bahama -- Secretary General of the Caribbean Community (CARICOM) Ambassador Irwin LaRocque said Friday the mere fact of their meeting in the Ninth UK-Caribbean Forum, affirms the mutual desire of the Caribbean Community and the United Kingdom for enhanced and deepened co-operation.

Addressing delegates from the various Caribbean countries assembled at the Grand Lucayan resort for the opening to the two-day, April 29-30, 2016 conclave, Mr. LaRocque said the forum provided an excellent opportunity for CARICOM and the United Kingdom to engage in productive discussions aimed at deepening relationship and heightening existing levels of cooperation...
News : Bahamas Information Services Updates
Sir Jack Hayward remembered at Bridge Opening in Grand Bahama - May 2, 2016 - 2:50:20 PM

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FREEPORT, Grand Bahama – Minister for Grand Bahama, the Hon. Dr. Michael Darville was keen to point out the contributions made by the late Sir Jack Hayward towards today’s Official Opening of the new Sir Jack Hayward Bridge, which connects East Grand Bahama with the city of Freeport.

Dr. Darville saluted Sir Jack while delivering his remarks.

Situated at the intersection of Grand Bahama Highway and Fortune Bay Drive, the new facility was officially opened May 2, 2016 by Prime Minister the Rt. Hon. Perry Gladstone Christie. It was constructed at a cost of just over $4 million dollars...
News : International : Caribbean News
Caribbean Congress Labour's May Day Message 2016 - May 2, 2016 - 2:03:29 PM

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The Caribbean Congress of Labour conveys fraternal greetings and salutes your organisation on the occasion of International Workers’ Day 2016. It is with a deep sense of profound solidarity that we salute the workers of our region and indeed all workers of the world on this very special day when we reflect on our struggles, challenges and victories over the centuries.

This year, International Workers’ Day comes against the backdrop of the continued crisis of International monopoly capital and the sustained fallout from the 2008 financial crash triggered by the greed of capital and its finance magnates. International capital continues to widen the inequality gap, increasing unemployment, expanding national debt, ballooning trade imbalances and in some economies in our region growth stagnation, as well as recession...
News : International
Pew Commends Broad Global Support for Proposed Shark and Ray Protections - May 2, 2016 - 1:19:45 PM


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WASHINGTON—In an unprecedented global call to action, more than 50 countries have agreed to co-sponsor one or more of the proposals to nominate all species of thresher shark, the silky shark, and all species of mobula ray for protection under the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora (CITES).

April 27th marked the deadline for countries to add their names in support of Appendix II listing proposals submitted earlier this year. Those listings would require that all continuing trade in these species be sustainable. Co-sponsors include a wide range of countries in Africa, the host region for this year’s CITES Conference...
News : Bahamas Information Services Updates
Regatta: Economic Cornerstone of Family Island Economies - May 2, 2016 - 1:15:30 PM

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EXUMA, The Bahamas – The Hon. Alfred Gray, the Minister of Agriculture and Marine Resources, under whose purview regattas fall, expressed satisfaction with 2016 National Family Island Regatta which wrapped up in George Town, Exuma this past weekend.

“So far we’ve been blessed with good weather and without incident. The job of the Police is not difficult when you have people simply having fun,” he said. “I am very pleased with what they have told me and I am pleased with what I have seen. Regattas are simply growing...”
News : Bahamas Information Services Updates
Stronger UK, Caribbean Relations Requires Deeper Re-engagement and Commitment, says PM Christie - May 2, 2016 - 12:53:00 PM

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FREEPORT, Grand Bahama -- Prime Minister of The Bahamas, and Minister of Finance, the Rt. Hon. Perry Christie said that developing stronger and better relations between the United Kingdom and the Caribbean calls for a deeper re-engagement and commitment.

"Our very existence as a people demands that we not have a 'business as usual' approach," Prime Minister Christie said during the Official Opening Ceremony of the 9th UK Caribbean Forum, April 29, 2016, at the Grand Lucayan resort, Freeport, Grand Bahama...
News : International : Organization of American States (OAS)
Bahamas elected Chair of Inter-American Committee on Education for 2016-2018L: Will host 9th Inter-American Meeting of Ministers of Education - May 2, 2016 - 12:38:41 PM

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Washington, DC - The Minister of Education, Science and Technology of The Bahamas, Hon Jerome Fitzgerald, was in Washington DC for a series of education-related meetings from 27-28 April, 2016.

On Wednesday, 27th April, 2016, Minister Fitzgerald was a panelist in the First Round Table on Education in the Americas at the OAS and he presented on the topic: "Science and technology as catalysts for education and life opportunities". During his statement he implored OAS Member States to "advance the national development agenda of our respective countries through the architect and construction of robust national science, technology and innovation policies and systems...
News : Grand Bahama
Grand Bahama Port Authority forging new relationships in Atlanta - May 2, 2016 - 10:32:01 AM

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Freeport, Grand Bahama -  The Invest Grand Bahama (IGB) Promotional Unit of The Grand Bahama Port Authority, Limited (GBPA), led by Sr. Manager of Business Development, Derek Newbold, met with executives of the Atlanta Business League (ABL) earlier this month, while in Atlanta, Georgia, for the 2016 MODEX and Supply Chain & Transportation conference.

Noting that the meeting with ABL was strategic in growing awareness for Grand Bahama, Newbold shared that it was one of two major meetings planned during the trip to promote opportunities for trade and investment on the island...
News : Bahamas Information Services Updates
Bahamas to Host OAS Ministerial Meeting on Education in 2017 - May 1, 2016 - 8:30:53 PM


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WASHINGTON, D.C. April 29th, 2016. The Organization of American States (OAS) and The Bahamas signed an agreement at the OAS Headquarters by which the country was selected to host the next meeting of Ministers of Education of the Americas, on February 9 and 10, 2017 in The Bahamas.

The signing took place last week during a Roundtable on Education in the Americas meeting, hosted by the OAS, where experts debated:

The common educational agenda of the member states...
News : New Providence
Bahamas landmark animal rights case sees 14 charges of animal cruelty - Apr 30, 2016 - 2:35:08 PM

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Nassau, New Providence -  A press statement by the Bahamas Humane Society:

Attorney Metta MacMillan-Hughes, a senior partner of leading commercial firm Lennox Paton, and legal advisor and Board member of the Bahamas Humane Society, described the arraignment of Terry Miller of BASH today for offences of crue lty to animals as a major step forward in enforcing the rights of animals in the Bahamas to enjoy the Five Freedoms.

The prosecution followed a complaint made to Police by Inspector Percy Grant of the Bahamas Humane Society on 11 April, 2016. The complaint was not made lightly she said...
News : Bahamas Information Services Updates
New Hope Missionary Baptist Church celebrates 40 Years - Apr 30, 2016 - 12:47:27 PM

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NASSAU, The Bahamas – The legacy and spirit of the late Rev Dr Mitchell R Cooper, founding pastor of New Hope Missionary Baptist Church, could be felt as members celebrated 40 years with a special Service of Thanksgiving on April 24, 2016.

From a room at his house, to a small wooden building on Robinson Road, to an edifice on New Hope Drive in Joan’s Heights West, the Sunday service culminated a generation of struggle, hard work, dedication, faith, praise and worship...
News : Bahamas Information Services Updates
Child Protection Officials Take Fight Nationally - Apr 30, 2016 - 11:30:49 AM

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NASSAU, The Bahamas – Child Protection officials in New Providence continued to expand their education and awareness campaign against child abuse into the Family Islands with recent visits to Bimini, Abaco, Eleuthera and Exuma.

Additional visits are scheduled for other islands in the upcoming months.

The visits are a part of an even more aggressive approach to eradicating child abuse within the Commonwealth of The Bahamas and promoting child protection and are being facilitated by members of the National Child Protection Council (NCPC), the Department of Social Services, Ministry of Social Services and Community Development...
News : New Providence
College of The Bahamas: Constitution Amendment Bills - Apr 30, 2016 - 8:17:45 AM

Nassau, Bahamas - In The College of The Bahamas’ mission, and what will be a part of the mission of the University of The Bahamas, is the simple, truthful sentence that “The University's mission is to serve the nation, its citizens and indeed the world.” In this service to our country and its people, we always extend fairness and equality, never seeking to discriminate on any basis. Therefore, The College of The Bahamas is in full support of the June 7th referendum, which seeks to make women and men equal, under the law. The College of The Bahamas is in full support of equal rights for women and The College supports all four amendments.

Our mission also states that the College will “support and drive national development.” The four proposed amendments to the constitution are an effort to bring about positive national development, by granting equal rights for women and men...
News : New Providence
BTC Celebrates International Girls in ICT Day! - Apr 30, 2016 - 7:58:55 AM


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Nassau, Bahamas - BTC is proud to participate yet again in the globally recognized, International Girls in ICT Day. The company is no stranger to advocating for gender equality in the Information and Communication and Technology (ICT) sector. In 2014, BTC was amongst the first companies to sign-on to the Caribbean Women in ICT (CWIC) programme, a Caribbean-wide initiative aimed at addressing the issues facing women in the industry at all levels. And last year, BTC teamed up with industry partners to spearhead, ‘The Girls in ICT Day’ celebration, one aspect of its pledge to make concerted efforts to improve the status of women in the sector.

BTC has a diverse executive management team consisting of nine women and eight men; 53% women in leadership is five times the international average. Furthermore, BTC’s staff comprises of 57% women, well above the global average of 30% for companies in the ICT sector...
News : Bahamas Information Services Updates
AMMC Visits Minister for Grand Bahama - Apr 30, 2016 - 7:16:47 AM

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AMMC VISITS MINISTER FOR GB - Board members of the Antiquities, Monuments and Museums Corporation were in Grand Bahama on Wednesday, April 27, for a Board Meeting and tour.  During their visit they paid a courtesy call on the Minister for Grand Bahama, the Hon. Dr. Michael Darville. The group toured a number of facilities including the Garden of the Groves, the proposed site for the Art Gallery and Museum (the old Shannon Golf Club), and the old Commissioner's residence in West End, which will be the new museum. The purpose of the trip was to tour the facilities and see what needs to be done with respect to restoration on the island.  Shown seated during the courtesy call are: Melvin Seymour, Permanent Secretary at the Ministry for Grand Bahama; Minister Darville; Courtney Strachan, chairman, AMMC; and Dr. Gail Saunders, vice-chairman, AMMC. Among those shown in the back row are: Marsha Cooper, office manager for Grand Bahama (sixth from left); and Dr. Keith Tinker, Director of AMMC (third from right). (BIS Photo/Vandyke Hepburn)
News : Bahamas Information Services Updates
High Rock Primary Students and Teachers of the Bluff, South Andros, Tour Government House - Apr 30, 2016 - 7:14:05 AM

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NASSAU, The Bahamas -- Students and teachers of High Rock Primary School, The Bluff, South Andros, took a tour of Government House during a school field trip on Thursday, April 28, 2016. 

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