The New Providence Women’s Basketball Association (NPWBA) got its regular season underway over the weekend at the D.W. Davis Gymnasium with a double-header, highlighted by a grudge match between last year’s championship opponents, the Johnson’s Lady Truckers and the Super Value Cybot Queens.
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Despite the fact that he and his team suffered a resounding beating at the Bahamas Association of Athletic Associations (BAAA) election of officers over the weekend, former BAAA President Mike Sands said he’s not bitter about the loss and hopes the sport continues to expand
On Saturday past, the Bahamas Association of Athletic Associations (BAAA) was transformed.
The group, including executives who had been considered primarily responsible for the turbulent terms in office under Mike Sands, was for the most part ousted along with him. Sands’ slate under the theme “One
Sumner: Govt must delay NHI, ‘we are not ready for it’
The suspension of the Renewable Energy Self Generation (RESG) Program has drawn the ire of many in the private sector. Some say the program has been “stopped in its tracks”. This is a sentiment echoed by former Parliamentary Secretary in the Ministry of Works and
The Bahamas Chamber of Commerce and Employers’ Confederation’s (BCCEC) second annual Bahamas Energy Security Forum will shed light on the cost of inaction and “sticking heads in the sand” over energy reform, according to a chamber head.
Debby Deal, chair of the BCCEC’s Energy and Environment
A prominent ecologist and attorney yesterday raised concerns over the government’s suspension of its Renewable Energy Self Generation (RESG) program, suggesting that PowerSecure – the future managing partner of Bahamas Electricity Corporation (BEC) subsidiary Bahamas Power and Light (BPL) – could have undue influence over
After a period of relatively positive – if mildly so – news, The Central Bank of The Bahamas (CBOB) has reported a worsening of banks’ credit quality reflective of “a deterioration in a few institutions’ loan portfolios”. And the bank reported a steep decline in
Some very basic ideas of sharing that were being practiced for years were expanded upon, formalized and monetized, I believe, as a consequence of the global financial crisis colliding with an increasing number of people, worldwide, who concern themselves with their carbon footprints.
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A group calling itself Concerned Citizens of Staniel Cay & Vicinity has written an open letter to Prime Minister Perry Christie thanking the government for repairing and reopening the Staniel Cay airport last week.
Guardian Business has determined that the letter was sent on behalf of a