For quite a while, American football in the country was stuck in a tug-o-war battle, regarding just which organization owned “international recognition” status.
The now seemingly defunct Bahamas American Football Federation (BAFF) seized an opportunity a little over 10 years ago to become the official member
Two thousand and sixteen is now behind us and the dawn of a new year was marked by the rising of the sun all across our Bahama islands. In the words of the popular Christian hymn, through many dangers, toils and snares we have already
Doctor encourages people to practice good hygiene and to get a flu shot
The Bahamas Crisis Centre recently received a financial boost from CIBC FirstCaribbean. The bank presented the non-profit organization with a check to assist with holiday programs and to help defray the cost of client needs and services.
The Crisis Centre, the nation’s longest standing non-profit organization
Christmas may be past, and all the shopping has been done, but you still have to protect your feet, because we’re still doing lots of walking, and even sometimes running. In addition, it is time for lots of standing, while cooking, attending parties, church and
As most will know, the whole economy of the United States of America and indeed most countries around the world is built on consumerism — that is having businesses who employ people and pay taxes to government, offering products and services to the citizens, which
• Realtor insists government should be encouraging every Bahamian to own a property that they can rent • Concerns expressed that country is losing revenue because market needs to be properly regulated
The U.S. is looking at Bahamian sand as a resource to shore-up Florida's eroding coastline, an Associated Press (AP) story revealed.
The story explained that the Water Resources Development Act recently authorized the Army Corps of Engineers “to study the potential of using foreign sand, such
The National Development Plan (NDP) could place the Bahamian economy on a sustainable path for long-term growth once several challenges that the plan outlines are addressed, according to the Inter-American Development Bank’s (IDB) Caribbean Quarterly Regional Bulletin December 2016.
“Investment in specific sectors would develop an
According to the Pan American Health Organization/World Health Organization (PAHO/WHO) in a statement published last week, by the end of 2016 there were 175,063 confirmed cases and 532,000 suspected cases of the Zika virus across 48 countries and territories in the Americas. The Bahamas had