Thursday, Sep 19, 2019

The government is estimating a $200 million revenue shortfall as a result of Hurricane Dorian’s rampage through the northern Bahamas earlier this month, Deputy Prime

Turnquest satisfied with Equinor’s efforts on oil spill

Equinor, the company that owns and manages the South Riding Point storage and transshipment terminal in High Rock, Grand Bahama, has commenced the cleanup of

Aliv, CIBC FirstCaribbean launch crowdfunding website for NPOs

Telecommunications company Aliv, in partnership with CIBC FirstCaribbean International Bank, launched a crowdfunding website yesterday designed to be a one-stop shop to support registered non-profit

STB: Lesson to be learned from Equinor oil spill

Save the Bays (STB) is warning that the oil spill at Equinor’s South Riding Point storage and transshipment terminal in High Rock, Grand Bahama should

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Grand Bahama residents can now access emergency health care services via the generosity of Samaritan’s Purse, through relationships fostered with the

For five straight days, top physicians and executives from Cleveland Clinic Florida, led by Chief Executive Officer and President Dr.

Two years ago, I wrote an article on the impact of Hurricane Irma on the loss of cultural material and

Hurricane Dorian. The name is sure to be remembered as one of the most destructive forces of nature. The devastation


Following three intense qualifying events nationally, a team of 16 young sailors will represent The Bahamas at the 2019 Optimist North American Championships (OPTINAM 2019), set

DAYTONA BEACH, Florida – The University of The Bahamas (UB) Mingoes men’s soccer team dropped two matches over the weekend in Daytona Beach, Florida, as

It took four very physical and close games as the Olivia’s Guest House Cybots were able to close out the Gladstone Road Liquors Panthers, 67-66, to win the


Fred Smith has seen the social media commentary suggesting he shares responsibility for the deaths of possibly hundreds of residents of Abaco shantytowns smashed by

The Minnis administration is walking a tightrope. In the wake of Hurricane Dorian, the Category 5 hurricane that irrevocably changed the landscapes of Abaco and parts

Peggy Bridgewater moved with a grace unbefitting the horrors she had witnessed and was witnessing in her native Grand Bahama. Her family only has two houses

When the Maurice Moore Primary School shelter in Freeport began to flood during unprecedented inundation caused by Hurricane Dorian, Wayne and Marsha Stubbs, whose home

For Anischa Davis, a resident of McLean’s Town, Grand Bahama, living with the reality of missing loved ones is a tormenting experience. “I lost friends,” she

FREEPORT, Grand Bahama — “It’s a ghost town out here, miss, a ghost town,” a man shouts from across the way. “Dead, okay? Dead. You see

Constitutional changes at the political party level and a focus on building one’s portfolio of advocacy and support system for family care are among the