The Government of The Bahamas, through the Boxing Rules Act of 1990, established the controlling arm of the professional segment of the sport. Accordingly, the Cabinet of The Bahamas appointed the Bahamas Boxing Commission, its chairman and all of the members.
A clause in the act
In an effort to promote and heighten the level of football in the region, and increase the quantity and quality of play, CONCACAF (Confederation of North, Central American and Caribbean Association Football) has introduced its League of Nations scheduled to go into full effect next
The rewards keep rolling in for Bahamian high school basketball player Kai Jones. The young phenom is ranked at number 45 on the 2019 ESPN Top 100 List for high school basketball players in the United States. He is listed as a four-star player.
Jones has been
The 26th annual AID Clay Court Championships recently concluded at the Gym Tennis Club in Winton Meadows with the presentation of awards to all finalists.
This was preceded by the final match in which Shannon Francis and Kevin Major Jr. defeated Derron Donaldson and Robbie Isaacs for the men’s
Following complaints by the Bahamian Contractors’ Association (BCA), Director of Labour John Pinder said he personally visited The Pointe on Monday and is satisfied that the complement of Bahamian workers there is in keeping with its heads of agreement (HOA) with the government, and said
Minister of Labour Dion Foulkes is attributing a decrease in the number of labor certificate applications to the current availability of more jobs for Bahamians.
“There has been a decline in terms of applications for labor certificates, and I think that more and more Bahamians are feeling more
Democratic National Alliance Deputy Leader Arinthia S. Komolafe is calling for the government to release any economic impact assessment it produced before releasing its 2018/2019 fiscal strategy. Komolafe called for its release after the government explained that legal challenges by gaming houses could put pressure
Imported fuel costs declined in July according to The Central Bank of The Bahamas’ (CBOB) Monthly Economic and Financial Developments (MEFD) report for July, which adds that Bahamas Power and Light’s (BPL) fuel surcharge declined by four percent, though it remains 35.9 percent higher than the
Due to a significant growth in tourism arrival numbers, the number of resorts and restaurants in the Abacos which are normally closed during the off-season has drastically decreased.
According to Wynsome Ferguson, manager of the Abaco Tourist Office, all hotels in Marsh Harbour and Hope Town