Monday, Oct 14, 2019
BUSINESS

Small Business Development Center (SBDC) Executive Director Davinia Grant said the loans, grants and equity financing being considered for businesses on the storm-ravaged islands of Grand Bahama and

Survey reveals factors impacting GB businesses post-Dorian

Of 200 businesses on Grand Bahama surveyed by the Grand Bahama Chamber of Commerce, 63 percent said they had no insurance whatsoever, Grand Bahama Chamber

Commonwealth Bank to reopen on Abaco next month

Commonwealth Bank will be the first bank to operate on Abaco since Hurricane Dorian ravaged the island and could open at the beginning of November,

Bahamas one cent coin to be discontinued

The Central Bank of The Bahamas (CBOB) officially announced yesterday that The Bahamas’ one cent coins as legal currency will be relegated to the annals

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LIFESTYLES

We are not used to seeing ourselves as Bahamians outside of the lens of tourism. This is troublesome for a newly-independent

Ole time, it was a mighty good time, Monkey chew tobacco and he spit white lime, Bullfrog jump from leaf to leaf

For the past two weeks, Atlantis has been showcasing a celebration of impeccable food through specially curated chef tasting menus

John Watling’s Distillery’s Single Barrel rum was awarded a 2019 double gold medal at the International Rum Conference. The distillery’s

SPORTS

Bahamian center Jonquel Jones put up a fight as she dropped a game-high 25 points, but her Connecticut Sun fell 89-78 to the Washington Mystics

Continuing a stellar play from their first game, The Bahamas Men’s Senior National Soccer Team came away with three key points as they shut out

Equestrian Bahamas launched the first show of the 2019-2020 season with a successful two-day event last weekend at Mariposa Stables, Nassau, The Bahamas. The show

NATIONAL REVIEW

Michael Dillon, 56, wants Abaconians to come back home. “We need to restart our community,” he told The Nassau Guardian. “We need to restart our economy.” Dillon, a

When I boarded Bahamasair’s 0335 flight into Marsh Harbour, Abaco, on September 30, I had no idea what I was getting into. I’d seen the pictures

MARSH HARBOUR, Abaco — After four weeks, Barbara Johnson, 66, finally built up the courage to return to her storm-damaged home in Little Orchard, Marsh

Hundreds on Grand Bahama are now jobless following the closure of more than half of the island’s storm-damaged businesses, with over 60 percent of impacted

In a natural disaster, a death toll is not merely a statistic for record keeping purposes or an incidental count of losses less important than

When a natural disaster strikes, survivors can be stripped of their loved ones, their homes, their possessions and their livelihoods. Being left with just the clothes

If Freeport does not rebound, Grand Bahama will not rebound. Given this inarguable reality, it was astounding to hear the prime minister in a press conference