“Let’s talk”, “Come talk to me, I would like to be your friend”, these were the signs greeting the Aquinas College World Scholar’s Cup (WSC) team as they entered the doors of Centre de Convencions Internacional de Barcelona for the opening ceremony of the 2018
Acklins, Bahamas – HLB Foundation International recently provided much-needed back-to-school resources and exciting learning incentives to 140 students in Acklins.
Reverend Hervis L. Bain III, who founded the organization, said giving back is important to him.
“My father made sure that I had ties to Acklins and
The Islands of The Bahamas’ top training program is getting a facelift as officials are rebranding BahamaHost using the theme “Protecting Our Culture and Heritage”.
Established in 1978, BahamaHost is a signature program of the Bahamas Ministry of Tourism and Aviation, aimed at giving tourism stakeholders
As environmentalists continue to push the campaign to save Lighthouse Point, a trio of young activists from Eleuthera recently joined the fight.
Franchesca Hanna, 16; Kristman Moss, 15; and Wadainya Weinburger – all students of Central Eleuthera High School – joined their adult counterparts from the One Eleuthera Foundation and
Actually, now that I think about it, the title of this particular article ‘The ABCs of Success’ would also make an excellent title for a book on the subject of success. Now let’s get into the matter of today’s title — the ABCs of success.
Back home after what could be termed as the greatest single season ever by a Bahamian track and field athlete, Shaunae Miller-Uibo was lauded on Saturday night, among family friends and members of the sporting community.
A number of fans showed up to congratulate Miller-Uibo at
After losing game one of their opening playoff series to the BTC Lady Warriors, the Sunshine Auto Wildcats ensured that they did not let that happen in the championship series. The Wildcats defeated the Johnson’s Lady Truckers, 9-6, to take game one of their best-of-seven women’s championship series in the
The C&S Hitmen’s defense looked sharp as they took down the Commando Security Truckers 5-2 to take a 1-0 lead in their best-of-seven men’s championships series in the New Providence Softball Association (NPSA) on Saturday night on Banker’s Field at the Baillou Hills Sporting Complex.
The Lady Defenders had a tough time against the New Providence Volleyball Association’s (NPVA) defending women’s champions in their season opener yesterday, but they still came out on top. The Lady Defenders outlasted the Scottsdale Vixens, winning three of four sets, 23-25, 25-15, 25-17 and 25-18,
Bahamians can finally trade on the global market, thanks to Cornèr Bank (Overseas) Limited’s release of its new Cornèrtrader platform and The Central Bank of The Bahamas’ exchange control liberalization.
Cornèr Bank officially launched its new product Thursday evening, carrying out a live demonstration of the