Despite losing one of their key players late, the St. Augustine’s College (SAC) Big Red Machine bonded together when they needed to the most, to hold off the St. John’s College Giants at the Kendal G.L. Isaacs National Gymnasium yesterday.
Third seeded SAC held off the
The Aliv Buckets and the Caro Contractors Pirates both picked up impressive wins in the New Providence Basketball Association (NPBA) on Monday night at the A.F. Adderley Gymnasium.
In the division two opener, the Buckets got a game-high 32 points from Rashad Ingraham and 26 from Dylan
“You can’t buy heritage,” says motor sports icon David McLaughlin, “and no one has a heritage in motor sport like The Bahamas. Use it well and you’ll be amazed at the international attention.”
McLaughlin, a former race car driver turned major classic car event organizer and
“It’s all about making a contribution to baseball. It’s not about me at all. I wish only to contribute to the development of this fine sport.”
That was Will Rutherford in a nutshell as we chatted a bit on Tuesday about the opening of the Grand
Track and field covers a wide range of sports activities that challenge all parts of the body. From running races, to throwing heavy objects, to making big jumps, track and field athletes put a lot of strain on their bodies, particularly their joints. As a
Ending a four month ordeal that saw a man arrested, detained and involuntarily sent to Haiti without ever being charged, a Supreme Court judge yesterday ordered the government to immediately issue a travel document to Bahamas-born Jean Rony Jean-Charles to allow him to travel from
The Minnis administration’s pledge to destroy any new structures erected in The Mudd in Abaco and take decisive action regarding that shantytown was welcome news for many local Abaconians yesterday, who said the move is long overdue.
About 55 structures in The Mudd, in Marsh Harbour,
Pastor Mario Moxey said last night that while he believes no man has a right to force his wife to have sex, he does not support amending the existing Sexual Offences and Domestic Violence Act to criminalize marital rape.
Moxey was referring to the proposed amendments
After being stranded at sea for just over two weeks with only enough food and water to last five days, a dehydrated Samuel Moss, 23, was found alive in waters near West Palm Beach, Florida, around 3:30 p.m. on Monday.
The United States Coast Guard reported
Following a viral video of police officers aggressively arresting a man in downtown Nassau, Minister of National Security Marvin Dames noted that people shouldn’t “jump to conclusions”, insisting that any aggrieved person has the opportunity to file a complaint against a police officer.
Several people expressed