The Texas Longhorns women’s basketball team came into this season with high expectations, and have not disappointed their fans up to this point, due in large part to the effort of Bahamian Lashann Higgs. She has been a force on the defensive end of the
With just one game left on its schedule, it’s fair to say that the Florida State University (FSU) Seminoles football team has underachieved this season. The Seminoles currently have a 5-6 win/loss record overall with one game remaining, against the Louisiana-Monroe Warhawks on Saturday. FSU
Former world No. 1 golfer Tiger Woods might be in The Bahamas for the Hero World Challenge, but that didn’t stop him from taking time out to enjoy one of his favorite vacation destinations.
The golf legend wore a big smile when talking about all the
A check of the International Judo Federation’s (IJF) 2018 competition schedule would find that although the world junior championships event is listed for October 17-21, the country and city are yet to be confirmed.
D’Arcy Rahming, the president of the Bahamas Judo Federation (BJF), is ambitious.
The government on Monday launched a $20 million Citizen Security and Justice Programme geared towards providing skills training to 2,600 at-risk youth.
The program is designed to improve behaviors for non-violent conflict resolution; increased employability and employment; to strengthen institutional capabilities of justice services; and
I never realized how many brilliant people we had in the country until the advent of the local radio talk shows.
We have experts on aragonite and oil. We have experts on the solarization of an island. We have experts who, with a wave of
The recently debated Commercial Enterprises Bill has sparked the attention of Bahamians far and wide.
The bill will enable The Bahamas to be in a position to compete with other countries by facilitating our ease of doing business, where we currently rank 119th out of
Permit me some space to vent over the ridiculous circumstance that exists across the entire government sector.
The authorities and responsibilities of the Department of Public Service were strongly undermined in the last administration. Crafty politicians found it easy to give hefty employment
The default position of many Bahamians is that the United States of America is a naturally benevolent power in The Bahamas and in the Caribbean. Some of this is based on a shared history and culture, including religious affiliations and immigration flows.
Speaking on the criticisms surrounding the Commercial Enterprises Bill, Minister of State for Legal Affairs Elsworth Johnson said yesterday that the government invites “objective criticism” of the bill.
“What I say to persons is, this government is prepared and invites your advice,” said Johnson, in an interview