In preparation for the youth and junior nationals next month, a five-member team from the Star Trackers Track & Field Club travelled to Atlanta, Georgia, last weekend to compete in the Atlanta Georgia Relays.
One of the top female junior sprinters in the country, Anthaya Charlton,
CHRIST CHURCH, Barbados — As part of its commitment to drive global football development and further strengthen and enhance ties with confederations and member associations, the International Federation of Association Football (FIFA) has announced the official opening of a new regional development office in the
In its first year in office, the Free National Movement (FNM) has repeatedly demonstrated that much of what it said in the lead-up to the May 10, 2017 general election was said not based on conviction or genuine concern for the Bahamian people and our
The use of the parliamentary select committee procedure has often been more about gaining political advantage than getting to the heart of a particular issue and demonstrating transparency.
Amid the furor over the government’s signing of an agreement with Oban Energies for an oil refinery and
Perry Christie has had a lot of time to reflect on last year’s election defeat.
Ahead of our reporting last week on the Progressive Liberal Party’s (PLP) post-election report, Christie said the two failed referenda under his watch, the cumulative impact of Save the Bays advertisements,
After several young girls were allegedly assaulted in inner-city areas of New Providence over the past several weeks, a 15-year-old boy was yesterday charged with having unlawful sexual intercourse with three young girls.
The teen is accused of having sexual intercourse with a six-year-old girl on
A man was found shot dead in the back seat of a vehicle, shortly after 1 p.m. yesterday on Montgomery Avenue off Carmichael Road, police said.
He was identified by his father as Dexter Gardiner Jr., 34. According to police, Gardiner was found unresponsive in the vehicle
The Minnis administration’s draft Marital Rape Bill is in open conflict with the law of God and tarnishes the sanctity of marriage, President of the Bahamas National Baptist Missionary and Educational Convention Reverend Dr. William Thompson said yesterday.
Thompson, who spoke at the 83rd President’s Address
Responding to calls from Centreville MP Reece Chipman for a full report into the police shooting of Deangelo Evans, 20, of Mason’s Addition, National Security Minister Marvin Dames noted yesterday that there is already a procedure in place, but insisted that there will be “no
When Myron Lockhart-Bain needs water, he has to take a five-minute drive to the airport to visit the well.
Lockhart-Bain, like all residents remaining on Ragged Island, is upset that there is only potable water once a week for a few hours.
“We will get water for