Bahamas Harvest Church (BHC) co-pastors Mario and Erika Moxey decided to start Bahamas Harvest Church because of the “why” that he says exists within him - which is to see life change take place. Moxey wanted to see souls translated out of the darkness and
Anew champion will be crowned in the senior girls division of the Government Secondary Schools Sports Association (GSSSA) this year, and it might just be the C.I. Gibson Rattlers. They booked their ticket to the best-of-three finals yesterday, completing a two-game sweep of the C.R. Walker Knights. After
After a strong first half of the season, Bahamian center with the Phoenix Suns DeAndre Ayton is headed to NBA All-Star Weekend, from February 15-17, at the Spectrum Center in Charlotte, North Carolina, USA.
The National Basketball Association (NBA) announced on Tuesday that Ayton will be a member on Team World
For yet another year, Our TV has revealed that it is going to televise the Government Secondary Schools Sports Association (GSSSA) basketball championships. This was announced at a press conference held at the Atlantis Resort yesterday.
A number of teams, in all four divisions, are currently engaged in fierce
Meacher Major is based in Buffalo, New York, USA.
The recently-retired super featherweight champion of The Bahamas and former World Boxing Association’s (WBA) Caribbean lightweight champion has options, in continuing his contributions to enhancing the sport he loves and considers to have been instrumental in molding
The government debated and passed resolutions to borrow $130 million from the Inter-American Development Bank (IDB) yesterday, explaining the critical need for a contingency loan of $100 million to fund disaster management, and $30 million to fund the digitization of government systems.
The four Progressive Liberal
Progressive Liberal Party Deputy Leader and Shadow Minister of Finance Chester Cooper yesterday said government “seems to be succumbing to an aggressive Inter-American Development Bank (IDB) salesman who is trying to book loans to meet its targets”, as he questioned the need for $130 million
Cavalier Construction announced yesterday the death of its beloved, long-serving former Managing Director Richard Wilson on Tuesday.
Wilson joined the company in 1973 as chief estimator, was promoted to vice president in 1989 and served as managing director from 1989 until May 2018, when he stepped
The cost of expansion, finding new customers, the ongoing cost of doing business in The Bahamas and finding quality employees are among the top challenges for entrepreneurs in this country, after the costs associated with starting a business and government red tape, an OWN Bahamas
Opportunities for growth and success are abundantly available for those who decide to plan and prepare for it. Unfortunately, what I have witnessed throughout my work is not enough people seriously taking advantage of opportunities that lead to greater levels of growth and development in