He is called Buddy Heild and he is the number one player this year in US College Basketball.
Concert:(BIS photo/Raymond Bethel) Nassau, Bahamas – The Bahamas National Youth Choir opened its 26th Annual Concert Season under the distinguished patronage of Governor General of The Commonwealth of The Bahamas Her Excellency Dame Marguerite Pindling at the Dundas Centre for the Performing Arts, Wednesday, March 16, 2016. The Concert Season runs from March 16 – […]
The second annual carnival for The Bahamas will take place in May this year. But the fun time are getting launched and started around the country. Grand Bahama was among the first to show off what to expect and they showed off their stuff at the Bahamas Outlook Seminar in Freeport on Thursday 17th March.
Fred Mitchell MP for Fox Hill spoke at the annual Commonwealth Day observances at the Doris Johnson Sr. High School. The theme was “ An Inclusive Commonwealth”. You may click here for the full address of Mr. Mitchell. The photo shows headmaster James Clarke, Mr. Mitchell, student Kendira Lewis and Stephen Sands, Vice Principal. Remarks by Fred Mitchell […]
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the International Red Cross work closely together on matters concerning migration and the issues relating to human rights in the country. Recently the executive team of the Red Cross of the Bahamas paid a visit to the minister on Wednesday 16 March. The photo shows from left Sophia Clarke Ingraham, Red Cross […]
Foreign Minister Fred Mitchell with from left Kalin Griffin, Labour Department in Harbour Island, Director of Immigration William Pratt, the Minister, William Nottage, Senior Policy Advisor of Department of Immigration and Chief Councilor Nora Albury of Harbour Island town meeting 17th March.
Felix Alphonso Seymour, known to many as FA, to others as Phonse, Professor and Jack; the legacy of a life well-lived is demonstrated through the lives of his children, Kirkwood Seymour , Deborah Seymour-Addo, Ricky, Brian, Kevin, Karen Seymour, and Kayla Rousell. Knowing this man was to experience the oral tradition of his native Cat […]
Under the theme “An Inclusive Commonwealth,” more than fifty Commonwealth countries paused on Monday to celebrate Commonwealth Day. They reflected on the shared values of the rule of law, democracy and human rights. A flag raising ceremony was held in Rawson Square to mark the occasion and many schools throughout The Bahamas commemorated the occasion […]
Monday morning of this week was scheduled for the House to commence debate on the mid-year budget statement delivered by Prime Minister Christie one week earlier. The salacious stories published in the local dailies late last week and on Monday of this week about the contents of sworn affidavits in the Supreme Court – murder […]