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Minister of Health and Wellness Views Facilities in Cat Island and...

From: Bahamas Information Services Minister of Health and Wellness the Hon. Michael Darville traveled to Cat Island, Long Island and Exuma, October 14, 2021 to...

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RUBiS Celebrates 10 Years with $10K Donation to BREEF

May 2022, marks 10 years since Rubis Bahamas Limited, the premium fuel distributor of Rubis Ultra Tec Fuels purchased the Chevron fuels business in...

USAID officials pay courtesy call on Office of the Prime Minister’s Disaster Management Unit

Senior officials of the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) recently paid a Courtesy Call on the Office of the Prime Minister’s Disaster...

‘Youth in Parliament’ Initiative returns

The Ministry of Youth, Sports & Culture on Monday launched the return of 'Youth Parliament Week,' which runs May 9th-13th. On hand with welcoming remarks was...
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Grand Bahama students help plant 2,200 Mangroves, Bonefish & Tarpon Trust, BNT,...

With the sun on their backs and the future of their island at heart, dozens of students from Bishop Michael Eldon High School planted...

Health & Wellness Minister tours clinics in Andros and San Salvador

NASSAU, The Bahamas -- As part of his assessment of medical facilities in the archipelago, Minister of Health and Wellness, the Hon. Michael Darville...

University of The Bahamas and Akita International University Open Doorway for Immersive Learning

A mutual desire to enhance the educational experience and cross- cultural understanding of students and faculty undergirds a recently executed exchange agreement between University...

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Russia-Ukraine Conflict, Climate Change discussed at CARICOM Meeting in Belize

While discussing the invasion of Russia into Ukraine, Prime Minister and Minister of Finance the Hon. Philip Davis, on March 2, 2022, said that...

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