Summer for some children is already over, with the majority of children preparing to return to school in a matter of days. Not only will they be hitting the textbooks, but they will also be returning to their many sporting activities including track, basketball soccer,
I consider myself to have been extremely fortunate to have been associated with and indeed learned from so many wonderful teachers over the years — people like Earl Nightingale, Dr. Maxwell Maltz, Dr. Denis Waitley, Dr. Paul Masters and many, many others. When I joined
Cleare says that he would make the same decision all over again
Bahamian junior tennis standout Jacobi Bain has shown tremendous progression this season, moving up over 600 points in the Tennis Europe Rankings for under-14 boys.
Bain played in seven tournaments throughout Europe this summer, with mixed results, and is now tied with eight others as the
After seeing more than two quarters of extended play during the Cincinnati Bengals’ third preseason game of the 2016 National Football League (NFL) season on Sunday night, Bahamian Alex Cooper will live to see another day.
Cooper survived the first round of cuts on Monday, but
The 2017 Junior Baseball League of Nassau (JBLN) 28th season of organized youth baseball is about to get underway.
Online registration for the new baseball and softball seasons started on Sunday and will run through Saturday October 8, and is available online only. The registration fees
Wrinkle, Sands take different views on committee representation
Baha Mar receiver-manager and Deloitte Managing Partner Raymond Winder said “just wait and see” in regard to when the Export-Import Bank of China (CEXIM) will deposit the promised funds to settle the Bahamian employees’ claims and pay the claims of Bahamian creditors that were involved in
Reacting to the 10-day consultation period for proposed amendments to the Insurance Act, Bahamas Insurance Association (BIA) spokesperson and Regional Director of Generali Worldwide Tina Cambridge said there are still a lot of questions needing answers from the National Health Insurance Secretariat, the government’s hired
Former Minister of State for Public Utilities Phenton Neymour said PowerSecure International is being used as “a scapegoat” by the Christie administration for poor decisions regarding the Bahamas Power and Light Company (BPL) and electricity management in general. In addition, Neymour said BPL can’t stand on its