Bahamian professional baseball player Anfernee Seymour and American Natasha Watley are set to host the first ever Anfernee Seymour/Natasha Watley Baseball and Softball Clinic this Saturday and Sunday, at the Freedom Farm Baseball Fields in Yamacraw. Watley, the first African-American female to play on the United
The 2018 Hero World Challenge gets underway today at the Albany Golf Course at Albany. The Professional Golfers Association (PGA) Tour event will continue Friday and Saturday, ending on Sunday.
The tournament features 18 of the world’s best golfers, and the weekend’s champion will take home a winner’s prize
Bahamian collegiate women’s basketball player Lashann Higgs suffered a major blow on Friday, tearing her anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) in her right knee in a victory over Quinnipiac at the Hertz Arena in Estero, Florida, USA. She learned of her fate on Monday. The explosive senior guard
Minister of Finance Peter Turnquest tabled the Stamp Gaming Patron Rules, 2018 yesterday, one day ahead of a scheduled meeting between the attorneys who represent gaming house operators and the Office of the Attorney General.
The rules that were tabled outline how gaming houses ought to
The government set the stage yesterday to become fully compliant with the international financial sector watchdogs’ rules on how international business companies (IBCs) should operate when outside of the home jurisdiction of their beneficial owners, by tabling a number of bills that will change the
Commercial entities operating in The Bahamas now know what will be required of them to prove they have a substantial economic presence in The Bahamas – as is now required by international financial services watchdogs – and are not simply taking advantage of this country’s
The Bahamas has sent a resounding message to the international financial community, that it will not be bullied or threatened into compliance to the detriment the economy, Minister of Finance Peter Turnquest said yesterday.
Earlier this month, Turnquest and a delegation consisting of Minister of Finance,Trade
As senior doctors in the country remain off the job, Prime Minister Dr. Hubert Minnis said yesterday that he intends to speak with Consultant Physicians Staff Association (CPSA) President Dr. Locksley Munroe in an effort to resolve its issues.
“I will call Dr. Munroe today as
As the country endured day two of a withdrawal of services by members of the Consultant Physicians Staff Association (CPSA) yesterday, Minister of Health Dr. Duane Sands said he would not consider it a crisis but was unsure when normal services at PMH would resume.