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Going above and beyond
While the Ministry of Education has extended the fall semester by one week to allow teachers to try to catch students up on the material lost in the three-week closure of schools due to Hurricane Matthew, the administration at Garvin Tynes Primary Sc...
Catholic faith signs and symbols displayed on Aquinas College campus
A St. Thomas Aquinas quote says, “Man should not consider his material possession his own, but as common to all, so as to share them without hesitation when others are in need.” It is a reminder of the important role all Catholic Board of Educati...
Four year $96K Canadian scholarship on offer
Saint Mary’s University and the Bahamian Ministry of Education have announced a renewable four-year scholarship for Bahamian public 12th-grade high-school students. The scholarship with the Canadian university is equally funded by the university an...
There’s always a light at the end of the tunnel
As a child growing up in my younger years, I lived in Birmingham, England. However, being from Dublin, Ireland, my mother, father and I usually went to Ireland for our summer vacation. In those days, airline travel was not as advanced as it is today...
BNT youth leader focuses on marine conservation
Steffon Evans, who coordinates the Bahamas National Trust’s senior youth group — the Navigators — was recently selected by the U.S. Department of State to participate in a leadership exchange program focusing on marine conservation. The goal o...
Mother and son learning a trade together at BTVI
He is a reporter and his mother is an attorney. Yet, they both are part-time carpentry majors at the Bahamas Technical and Vocational Institute (BTVI). The name Royston Jones is familiar, as he writes articles for The Nassau Guardian and has reporte...
BAMSI donates bananas to local charities
The Bahamas Agriculture and Marine Science Institute (BAMSI) has donated 30 cases of bananas to local charities across New Providence to help those who experienced the devastating effects of Hurricane Matthew. Alaasis Braynen, BAMSI’s general mana...
Many schools to remain closed
Minister of Education, Science and Technology Jerome Fitzgerald yesterday announced that public schools on North Andros, the Berry Islands, Grand Bahama and New Providence will remain closed for the rest of this week in order to facilitate the clean-...
One hundred-plus Lewis Yard Primary students face relocation following Matthew
As a result of the extensive damage done to its campus by Hurricane Matthew, there is talk about 100-plus students from Lewis Yard Primary School being relocated to Freeport Primary School. The Freeport News visited Lewis Yard Primary yesterday duri...
Sunshine Insurance scholarship competition opens
Sunshine Insurance (Agents & Brokers) Ltd.’s 15th annual Elmira College essay competition is officially open. The contest gives 10th, 11th and 12th grade students an opportunity to win $150,000 in scholarships. The first place winner takes ho...
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