Already grappling with a severe shortage of nurses, the Public Hospitals Authority’s (PHA) human resources challenges worsened today after scores of nurses from various clinics across New Providence and at least one Family Island called in sick, severely frustrating the ability to deliver medical services.
What has been an amazing journey for 26 public school students from New Providence, Grand Bahama and Long Island, who were selected to participate in the four-year StemForce Bahamas (SFB) program, could be coming to an end three years into the program if program organizers
Caliea Taylor and Rihanna Evans, St. Cecilia’s School third grade students and best friends, designed the winning mural that has added a burst of color not only to the school but to the Coconut Grove community. The “Believe in Best” mural was recently unveiled at
Let me commence today by asking you a simple question — do you often get frustrated when you have difficulty in being able to bring a particular project to fruition, or if everything seems to be going wrong, from bad to worse in your life?
It was a revealing weekend for Bahamian elite athletes. Jeffery Gibson won the men’s 400 meters (m) hurdles at the Drake Relays and ran a season’s best time in the processs, Devynne Charlton showed tremendous upside in the 100m hurdles despite not finishing the race,
The Bahamas headed into day three of competition with an epic third place battle against the United States on the schedule at the Bahamas Football Association’s (BFA) National Beach Soccer Facility at Malcolm Park on Sunday night. Both teams were searching for their first win
Led by three teams that made the Championship of America finals, local high school athletes turned in some eventful performances at the 124th running of the Penn Relays that wrapped up on Saturday at historic Franklin Field in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
The girls 4x100 meters (m) and
The Golden Knights were a hot topic in Grand Bahama last week. In essence, they were the “talk of the town” as many Grand Bahamian residents and visitors became acquainted once again with their fantastic 1,600 meters (m) relay gold medal achievement at the 2012
The Commonwealth Bank Giants won the Bahamas Basketball Federation’s (BBF) Bunny Levarity National Basketball Tournament Division I title over the weekend, defeating the Fast Track Gym Rats, 86-80, at the Jack Hayward Gym in Freeport, Grand Bahama.
In division two action, the Coca-Cola Out Reach Saints
The country’s most recent economic data by the Department of Statistics points to a Bahamian economy that is on the mend, Deputy Prime Minster and Minister of Finance Peter Turnquest said in a press statement released yesterday, adding that indicators point to rising confidence in