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ULTIMATUM: Lloyd demands apology from union president after swearing incident

NASSAU, BAHAMAS — Minister of Education Jeffrey Lloyd has demanded a written apology from Bahamas Union of Teachers (BUT) President... read more »

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Teachers union calls government “lame” over new recruits

NASSAU, BAHAMAS – Bahamas Union of Teachers (BUT) President Belinda Wilson yesterday slammed acting Education Director Marcellus Taylor over his... read more »

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Hundreds of thousands of dollars to repair Huntley Christie High School

Lloyd condemns suspected arson at Anatol Rodgers as “burden on Bahamian taxpayers” NASSAU, BAHAMAS – As authorities continue their investigation... read more »

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Lloyd: Society must decide way forward on corporal punishment

Minister says govt. won’t be sucked into debate without public input NASSAU, BAHAMAS – As debate rages on whether the... read more »

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UB honours outstanding achievement

Three-way tie for top award NASSAU, BAHAMAS – NASSAU, The Bahamas – A father of two and a UB Mingoes... read more »

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Debt of Bahamian graduate of Morehouse College to be paid off

“When I heard it I thought I had won the lottery and I screamed” NASSAU, BAHAMAS – Carlos Outten Jr,... read more »

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Virtual reading program complements student learning

The trial version of a virtual reading program that analyzes individual students’ reading strengths and weaknesses was introduced at the... read more »

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RBDF Rangers Instructors intervene to prevent suicide attempt

NASSAU, BAHAMAS – Three Royal Bahamas Defence Force (RBDF) Instructors of the Rangers program were able to prevent a middle-aged... read more »

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Sands: Govt. in discussions with John Hopkins University to improve healthcare

NASSAU, BAHAMAS – In an effort to achieve better healthcare in The Bahamas, the government is currently in discussions with... read more »

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PM chats with St. Anne’s School students at LPIA

NASSAU, BAHAMAS — Prime Minister Dr. Hubert Minnis stopped to chat with Grade 2 students of St. Anne’s School at... read more »

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UB president clarifies increase in fees  

NASSAU, BAHAMAS – Despite Prime Minister Dr. Hubert Minnis stating in his most recent national address that the government would... read more »

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Lloyd announces opportunities for training and re-training in special education 

NASSAU, BAHAMAS – The Ministry of Education (MOE) is increasing opportunities for more persons to pursue studies in key areas... read more »

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PM meets UB’s Communications and Journalism class of 2019

NASSAU, BAHAMAS — Prime Minister Dr Hubert Minnis met with members of the Communications and Journalism 2019 Graduating Class at... read more »

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Govt. eyeing increased security at public schools

NASSAU, BAHAMAS – Minister of National Security Marvin Dames said the government has to consider introducing “technological, innovative” changes within... read more »

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At-risk teen said he could have shared murdered student’s fate

Hope Center founder: Where is the investment in keeping students out of prison?   NASSAU, BAHAMAS 0 “That could have... read more »

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Two in police custody for deadly stabbing

NASSAU, BAHAMAS – Police have two teenagers in custody in connection with Tuesday’s brazen daylight murder which claimed the life... read more »

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Govt. offers counter proposal to teachers’ union

NASSAU, BAHAMAS – As the Bahamas Union of Teachers (BUT) has threatened to strike on more than one occasion if... read more »

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PM: Education system to be transformed

NASSAU, BAHAMAS – The government is taking an aggressive stance to overhaul its educational system for future generations, in order... read more »

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Teachers at two govt. schools to be tested for TB exposure

NASSAU, BAHAMAS – President of the Bahamas Union of Teachers, Belinda Wilson, on Friday revealed that there is a possibility... read more »

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Nurses, teachers still fed-up; strike action may be imminent

NASSAU, BAHAMAS – The heads of two major unions in the country are once again threatening to strike if their... read more »