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From troubled to transformed: NTA gives young lady hope
Travina Thompson was living a partying lifestyle without focusing on the goals she had set for herself. At 16, she barely graduated from C.V. Bethel High School. “Right after I graduated high school I got a job with the hopes of maybe one day goin...
Students encouraged to believe in themselves
Students who took advantage of a second opportunity for college admission were encouraged to believe in themselves moving forward by Prime Minister Perry Christie, who at the same time called for academia and the wider society to support young indivi...
Sun Oil hosts Abaco children at back-to-school fun day
Prior to the start of the academic year, children from communities on mainland Abaco were treated to a day of fun, when they received much-needed school supplies, enjoyed food and games and even had health screenings to prepare them to return to the ...
You’re programmed
I guess that when a whole lot of people initially read the title of this particular article, you’re programmed, they may indeed look a bit puzzled by it, perhaps saying to themselves or another, I wonder what D. Paul’s message today is all about?...
Fidelity Bank adopts Naomi Blatch Preschool
The 60 preschool-aged children enrolled in Naomi Blatch Preschool and their parents are thankful to their “fairy godmother” … of sorts in Fidelity Bank which has adopted the school in time for the new academic year, and on Saturday past hosted ...
Lyford Cay Foundations donate $80,000 to schools affected by Hurricane Joaquin
Honoring its commitment to assist with rebuilding the lives of children, their education and the normalization of schools in the areas affected by Hurricane Joaquin, Lyford Cay Foundations donated $80,000 of technology and supplies to all affected pu...
S.C. McPherson teachers urged to be good leaders
With this year’s national public school theme centered around educating students with the goal of creating lifelong learners, and schools across the country to emphasize the importance of students embracing the learning process and acquiring as muc...
Cat Island duo receives scholarship to BTVI from Kiwanis
Cat Islanders Cortney Maycock and Trenice Bethel have been awarded scholarships to pursue higher education at the Bahamas Technical and Vocational Institute (BTVI) courtesy of the Kiwanis Club of Over the Hill. Maycock will pursue studies to complet...
Life can be puzzling
I’ve spoken to many people in the past who came to me for advice when they were going through difficult times, and I can tell you, that a whole lot of these people were completely puzzled by this thing called life. And my friend, I can tell you hon...
Setting children up for the day
As children return to school for the new academic year, parents should consider what their children consume to fuel their brains and bodies to get the nutrition needed to aid them in learning to the best of their ability, and what goes in their child...
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