Dr. Gail Saunders has done a huge service to The Bahamas through her invaluable research into Bahamian history over the years. Her desire to uncover and preserve Bahamian history taps into an inherent desire many feel to know where they came from in order to
Under-17 team to play first game tomorrow against the host country
A three-point attack in the third quarter, and David Taylor driving the ball through the lane, became the winning combination for the Phil’s Food Service Rockets.
The Rockets scored 15 points in the opening minutes of the third from behind the three point arc, pushing their
Team defeats Central Florida by 10 points in championship game
PARADISE ISLAND, The Bahamas — As the Harvard Crimson and the University of Central Florida (UCF) Knights battled it out at the final championship game at ‘Battle 4 Atlantis’, the famed Atlantis Resorts is already gearing up to host the next men’s college basketball event.
PARADISE ISLAND, The Bahamas — After their crushing defeat to the University of Central Florida (UCF) Knights during the semi-final rounds of ‘Battle 4 Atlantis’, the No. 4 UConn Huskies came back to defeat the No. 20 Florida State Seminoles (FSU) in overtime with a
From packed rooms to bulging restaurants, Guardian Business spoke with the leaders that saw a healthy bottom line this Thanksgiving
The Bahamas Electricity Corporation (BEC) has forsaken the sound management practices that brought it profitability while delivering a superior service to customers, charged its former chairman Al Jarrett.
Telling Guardian Business this was no political spin but an overdue and critical correction of the public record,
A Bahamas-based investment firm has appeared before a disciplinary committee of the British Columbia Securities Commission (BCSC) in an effort to clear its name and refute charges of misconduct.
Lawyers from Gibraltar Global Securities presented their arguments and cross-examined witnesses from the BCSC. Among the allegations