Bahamas Maritime launches new website in celebration of World Maritime Day

The National Maritime Policy Implementation Committee (NMPIC) launched its new website on Wednesday. The site – Maritime Matters’  – will provide the public with pertinent information related to maritime-related matters. During a press conference held yesterday at Manx Corporate Center on West Bay Street, NMPIC representative covered the website and how it works. “The purpose of […]

GIBC to help stir economic growth through digital transformation

GIBC Digital, a global technology firm that is slowly transitioning The Bahamas from archaic ways of record keeping to a more efficient platform. GIBC opened its first office location in Freeport, Grand Bahama back in June to serve as the company’s global training headquarters, which houses its new data and artificial centre. GIBC’s Chief Executive […]

Young activists receive ‘Good Citizenship’ award

Eleuthera High School students who proactively responded to saving the island’s Lighthouse Point from being sold to Disney through their creation of ‘Save Lighthouse Point Online Petition’ – were awarded the ‘Good Citizenship’ Award last week. Wadainya Weinberger, Franchesca Hanna and Kristman Moss of Central Eleuthera High School took the airways to campaign their cause to […]

BTVI delays professional development course in renewable energy

Bahamas Technical Vocational Institute (BTVI) has postponed solar certification classes they planned to commence next week until a later date according to BTVI President Dr. Robert Robertson. “We did have a professional development course we were going to offer to start next week in solar, but we’ve just delayed it because it tied into other […]

Bahamian Activist provides alternative means to prevent BPL power outages

The constant power outages occurring due to Bahamas Power and Light’s (BPL) many mechanical issues have sparked the conversation of energy security among Bahamians. On the heels of an eleven-hour power outage in the southwest part of New Providence, Monday night, Bahamian Activist and Beyond The Headlines contributor Graham Weatherford offered alternative means the country […]

Wilchcombe’s new take on GB economy

The government has solidified the purchase of the Grand Lucaya Hotel and the deal with Oban Energies Oil and Storage Facility indicating their primary purpose of stimulating Grand Bahama’s economy. Residents, although initially in support of the government’s decisions, are now expressing discontent and see the future as bleaker than promising. Appearing on Beyond The […]

Missing woman found

Twenty-seven-year-old Amber Weech, who was reported missing since Wednesday, September 12, was found Friday night with no apparent harm according to family members. According to Gina Wallace, Weech’s aunt, Weech made her way to her father’s house. “We just got the news, God is good,” said a relieved Wallace. With the help of the Royal Bahamas Defence Force’s […]