When the new school year begins on Monday, traffic on New Providence is expected to increase dramatically as parents of school-aged children try to navigate through the ongoing New Providence Road Improvement Project.
To assist in easing the flow of traffic, the Royal Bahamas Police Force
When you look around New Providence today, what do you see? When you think of our institutions, what do they offer? What does The Bahamas look like now? Are we only sun, sand and sea or are we promise, potential, and possibilities? I think the
Prime Minister Hubert Ingraham is wise to consider reducing the number of seats in the House of Assembly. We think, thought, that he should cut more than the one he currently is thinking about eliminating.
“We’ll have to determine whether the 40 [we wanted] in 1997
This is a tribute to the late Leroy K. Brathwaite – policeman, gentleman, public servant and outstanding sportsman and sports administrator.
He came here from Barbados as a recruit in the police force. He was just 19 years of age. He immediately got involved in
All three Bahamian men fail to make 400m final here in Daegu
DAEGU, South Korea – Sheniqua Ferguson got left in the blocks Monday night, and she never recovered.
The 21-year-old former World Junior Champion had the slowest reaction time in the field and it caused her dearly as she struggled to an 11.59 seventh place finish in
DAEGU, South Korea – In a move which many feel is long overdue, Dianne Woodside is finally getting her opportunity as a coach on a World Championships or Olympics squad and she is fully embracing it.
Woodside, who was named as an assistant coach for Team
DAEGU, South Korea – Despite a shaky start by Team Bahamas at these 13th International Association of Athletic Federations’ (IAAF) World Outdoor Championships, here in Daegu, South Korea, Head Coach Fritz Grant is optimistic that the squad can rebound and have one of the better
Annual exam an absolute must for sexually active women, doctors say