The restructuring of overall operations and staff at Bahamas Power and Light (BPL) will save the company $3.3 million annually, Minister of Public Works Desmond Bannister said yesterday.
Bannister was asked to clarify comments made by Press Secretary in the Office of the Prime Minister Anthony
The Atlantic hurricane season closes at the end of the month. At its end, the minds of the Caribbean peoples could finally take some rest.
Climate change has made the seas hotter. We witnessed this season storms of record intensity. Irma reached Category 5 strength. Its
The future for sloop sailing looks bleak. Well, maybe not bleak, but it certainly doesn’t look any brighter.
This past weekend at the Sir Durward 100 Regatta displayed a very telling truth: Sloop sailors simply cannot work together for a common goal.
The talk can turn
Someone asked me lately, “Do you miss politics?” It did not take me a long time to answer the question. I said, “I do not.”
I don’t think they believed me, and, truthfully, I am not surprised they would not. For many Bahamians, and people