Living in a hurricane zone, we grow up hearing advice on storm preparation. Public service announcements repeat this information constantly. You should buy this, cut down and store that. The damage caused by Hurricane Matthew reminds us of the necessity of following the guidance set
Dear Dr. Minnis,
I applaud your efforts at cracking down on corruption. I applaud your moves to cut costs and begin some fiscal responsibility in this country. Many of us hope you can continue down this long-awaited path. However, we must acknowledge that there is an
Dr. Hubert A. Minnis (FNM-Killarney), our erstwhile prime minister, has transformed himself into a real leader right before our eyes. This is remarkable, in that less than a year ago, the good doctor had been written off by many Bahamians and political pundits. I
“Irrespective of any political party, I am a supporter of good people who want to do something for the society.” – Kapil Dev
Since the May 2017 general election, there have been several momentous developments in the body politic. The Progressive Liberal Party (PLP) witnessed Mr.
BAAA will now take 24 athletes to IAAF World Championships
Chavano “Buddy” Hield held his first ever basketball workshop in The Bahamas over the weekend at the Kendal G.L. Isaacs National Gymnasium. Over 350 kids showed up to interact with and learn from Hield and several coaches that he brought in from the United States.
The Bahamas’ junior boys national basketball team finished seventh overall this weekend at the 2017 International Basketball Federation’s (FIBA) Under-17 boys Centrobasket Championships in Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic.
On Sunday the team played its final game of the tournament, a 7-8-placement game against Guyana. And just
Right in this space, just about three years ago, August 8, 2014 to be exact, I heightened the nation’s knowledge of an unassuming track mentor, one of his specialties, of which was training 400 meters runners.
I refer to the late Fred Bastian. In doing so,
Overcomes shocking first round as robot fails to move
An amazing summer experience awaits 10 participants and four unit leaders in the Governor General’s Youth Award (GGYA). They will spend six days exploring biodiversity deep within Guyana’s rarest and most remote rainforest, discovering flora and fauna unique to the area, investigating indigenous tribes and