Once again, the Scottsdale Vixens and the National Fence Intruders are the New Providence Volleyball Association (NPVA) champions.
The Vixens secured an unprecedented 14th-straight league title on Sunday, sweeping away the Lady Defenders in three straight games, and the Intruders did the same to the Defenders
The Bahamas Football Association (BFA) recently handed down sanctions to five of its players in a doping situation that stems for more than a year.
Ehren Hanna (26), Christopher Davis (32), Torin Ferguson (32), Lamar Cancino (30) and Jared Higgs (26) were all suspended by the
The following is a note of condolence on the passing of Sir Durward Knowles by the president of the Bahamas Olympic Committee (BOC) Romell “Fish” Knowles
This past weekend, The Bahamas lost its Olympic champion. Sir Durward Knowles, along with Cecil Cooke, Sloan Farrington and Sir
When it comes to high school boys competition, the view here is that Grand Bahama could effectively make an argument of being the basketball capital of the Commonwealth of The Bahamas. The Tabernacle Baptist Academy Falcons, on Monday night, enhanced that institution’s legacy by capturing
Baseball players, in general, put a lot of stress on their upper extremities due to the nature of the sport. Therefore, it is no surprise that the most common injuries in the sport involve the shoulder and arm from throwing the ball at high velocities
The message the government has sent that it is okay to associate with an admitted fraudster because of a desperate need for investments has set a bad precedent.
We are talking about Peter Krieger, the non-executive chairman of Oban Energies, who sat next to the prime
Nearly 10 months into its term in office, the Minnis administration continues to suffer from a series of self-inflicted wounds.
It is rapidly using up political capital as a result of incompetence, indiscipline, poor coordination and a general lack of cohesion.
This does not mean that the
While 56 percent of the people randomly surveyed by Bahamas-based public opinion and market research firm Public Domain back in November expressed some level of satisfaction in the new administration’s performance, just under 50 percent expressed the view that The Bahamas was headed in the
Forty-nine percent of people polled by public opinion and market research firm Public Domain in November “strongly opposed” the idea of a raise for members of Parliament, and another 14 percent “somewhat opposed” this idea.
This means 63 percent of people polled were against MPs getting
Supreme Court Justice Gregory Hilton yesterday ordered the unconditional release of eight people who had been “unlawfully” detained at the Carmichael Road Detention Centre.
In five separate rulings, Hilton ordered the unconditional release of Earl Burton, a Jamaican; Ancelet Curry, a Bahamas-born man of Haitian descent;