A landmark survey of businesses now well underway in New Providence and Grand Bahama promises to bolster employment and identify the gaps and needs of the labor market.
The Bahamas Department of Statistics, with technical support from the Inter-American Development Bank (IDB), have launched the survey
Just east of the industrial city of Freeport, Grand Bahama, lies two of The Bahamas’ protected caves and underwater caverns known as Ben’s Cave and Burial Mound. Thanks to generous donors to the Bahamas National Trust (BNT), these Lucayan National Park caves have received over
Bahamian resident Farmer wins 57-mile road race; young Jay Major third in 42-mile race
The St. Augustine’s College (SAC) Big Red Machine added another high school track and field title to its collection on Saturday, capturing five divisions at the annual Bahamas Association of Athletic Associations’ (BAAA) High School Relays.
The Big Red Machine ran off with the under-15, under-17,
The Bahamas first participated in track and field in the Olympic Games in Melbourne, Australia, where Thomas Robinson, an 18-year-old, ran both 100 meters (m) and 200m. He placed fourth in the 100m and 200m heats with times of 11.06 seconds and 21.76 seconds respectively.
After a near four-hour event to formally introduce the full Free National Movement (FNM) slate of candidates, Progressive Liberal Party (PLP) leader Perry Christie released a statement last night hitting out at the government on crime.
“The FNM put on a big show,” Christie said. “But
The Free National Movement’s (FNM) Bamboo Town candidate, Cassius Stuart, said it took Progressive Liberal Party (PLP) Leader Perry Christie eight months to respond to him when he was deciding which party he would join.
Stuart said he reached out to the heads of the two