On New Year’s Eve, Bahamian collegiate football player Chris Ferguson will be in action as the University of Cincinnati Bearcats take on the Virginia Tech Hokies in the Military Bowl at the Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium in Annapolis, Maryland, USA. The game will start at noon
Coming into the final event of the Bahamas Professional Golf Tour (BPGT), Grand Bahamian Greg Maycock was leading the professional division with Riccardo Davis, BPGT founder, a close second. On Sunday December 23 at the Royal Blue Golf Course at Baha Mar, Davis managed to win his
Sports Scope is currently on vacation for the Christmas season and will return in the new year. During this time, The Nassau Guardian will feature a few Sports Scope columns from the past.
The campaigns leading up to the election of officers to govern the Bahamas
Cruise Ports International (CPI) and its coalition of four leading cruise companies will work to minimize the crime problems in the country and help to portray Nassau in a positive light to cruise passengers, CPI President Gerald Strachan told Guardian Business yesterday.
This comes as a letter from
After experiencing a year-on-year increase in Christmas bookings this year, Baha Mar’s four hotels will be at maximum capacity for New Year’s Day celebrations as 2018 comes to a close, said the resort’s senior vice president of administration and external relations, Robert “Sandy” Sands.
Sands said, given that all
The Central Bank of The Bahamas (CBOB) is working to implement enhanced liquidity monitoring tools introduced by the Basel Committee on Banking Supervision, to ensure that banks maintain high-quality liquid assets to survive a “stress event”.
The Basel Committee is an international forum of central bank governors
The holidays in North Eleuthera and Marsh Harbour, Abaco, got a lot busier after American Airlines brought in two new flights from Charlotte, North Carolina.
The flights began on December 22 and will continue to those locations every Saturday.
Passengers will fly to North Eleuthera Airport on
Irate holiday travelers experienced significant delays at Lynden Pindling International Airport (LPIA) yesterday as a result of increased traffic, bad weather and other factors, including malfunctioning runway lights, according to officials.
“The Lynden Pindling International Airport is experiencing unprecedented levels of traffic and it seems as if
Prime Minister Dr. Hubert Minnis said yesterday that he’s not bothered by the public criticism leveled against him in the wake of the defeat of the Shell Saxons Superstars at the 2018 Boxing Day Junkanoo Parade.
“I’ve been rushing for the Saxons for umpteen years,” Minnis said.
As a gift to teachers, public schools will reopen on January 7 instead of January 2, Minister of Education Jeff Lloyd announced yesterday.
“To celebrate our hardworking teachers and administrators, the Ministry of Education has today announced that schools will reopen on Monday, January 7, 2019,”