GSU students visit NP to apply environmental science concepts studied in class

NASSAU, BAHAMAS – It’s not common for a university class to pack their bags and head overseas to conduct hands-on research during the summer, but a group of  students who were recently enrolled in a three-week summer Environmental Science class at the Decatur campus of Georgia State University (GSU) got the opportunity to do just […]

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GSU students visit NP to apply environmental science concepts studied in class

NASSAU, BAHAMAS – It’s not common for a university class to pack their bags and head overseas to conduct hands-on research during the summer, but a group of  students who were recently enrolled in a three-week summer Environmental Science class at the Decatur campus of Georgia State University (GSU) got the opportunity to do just […]

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Urban Renewal summer camp participants get educated on the topic of trafficking in children

NASSAU, BAHAMAS — First Assistant Secretary in the Ministry of National Security and Co-Chair of the Ministry of National Security’s Trafficking in Persons Inter-Ministry Committee, Susanne Knowles, was joined by Secretary of the Trafficking In Persons Secretariat Corrections, Corporal Keva Sherman in speaking to Bain and Grants Town Urban Renewal Summer Camp participants on the topic of trafficking in children […]

BAMSI hosts third summer camp for teens

ANDROS, BAHAMAS – BAMSI’s Summer Education Enhancement Discovery Series (SEEDS)attracted teens from North Andros and New Providence.  This year the camp focused on the impact of climate change on: agriculture, marine resources and communities. To gain a better understanding of the unique challenges brought about by climate change in the Bahamas, participants visited Miss Marshall’s […]

Cleveland Clinic first in North America to deliver baby from deceased-donor uterine transplant

CLEVELAND: For the first time in North America and the second time worldwide, Cleveland Clinic delivered a baby from a uterus that was transplanted from a deceased donor. “We couldn’t have asked for a better outcome. Everything went wonderfully with the delivery, the mother and baby girl are doing great,” said Uma Perni, M.D., Cleveland Clinic maternal […]

GG attends RBPF’s 46th annual independence reception

NASSAU, BAHAMAS  — His Excellency, the Most Hon. Cornelius A. Smith, Governor General, attended the Royal Bahamas Police Force 46th Annual Independence Reception held at the Paul Farquharson Centre, Police Headquarters on Wednesday, July 10, 2019.  Pictured at the cake cutting, from left: Minister of National Security Marvin Dames; Prime Minister Dr. Hubert Minnis; His Excellency the Governor General; […]

Ministries of Education and Youth, Sports & Culture held combined Independence Day service

NASSAU, BAHAMAS — Staff of the Ministry of Education and the Ministry of Youth, Sports and Culture joined together for a combined Independence Day Service, on July 9, 2019, at their headquarters on University Boulevard.  Along with speakers and congregational songs were performances by the Department of Culture Choir and Drum Camps.  (BIS Photos / […]