The C.C. Sweeting Cobras, which has become a perennial Hugh Campbell powerhouse team in recent times, and are the defending senior boys champions in the Government Secondary Schools Sports Association (GSSSA), took one on the chin last evening at the Kendal G.L. Isaacs National Gymnasium, losing to
Sandals Emerald Bay, and indeed the entire island of Exuma, has been buzzing with excitement over the game of golf as the luxury included resort hosted the PGA (Professional Golfers Association) Tour’s 2019 Web.com Tour event, The Bahamas Great Exuma Classic, a couple of weeks ago.
Some of the top female golfers in the world will compete in the 2019 Bahamas White Sands LPGA (Ladies Professional Golf Association) Pro-Am event, and the Caribbean Bottling Company Ltd. (CBC) is proud to be on board as a sponsor and non-alcoholic beverage provider.
“We are excited to
If you were looking for excitement, inspiration or something revealing or revolutionary then you were likely left disappointed by the prime minister’s national report on the economy, delivered on Monday night.
The report nonetheless encapsulated the government’s plan for economic and jobs growth. It was largely
While I was writing a tribute column, which appeared earlier this week, and showcased Alfred “Ali” Culmer for the tremendous contributions he made to nation building though his softball efforts as a mentor, a certain reality hit me once again.
In highlighting Culmer’s accomplishments, as perhaps the
Had the Progressive Liberal Party (PLP) been in office, it would have announced that the Exuma airport has been started; the school in Black Point and its clinic fixed and functional; and it would have announced a buyer for the Grand Lucayan resort, complete with
Centreville MP Reece Chipman appears deeply frustrated on multiple levels with the workings of Parliament.
Chipman — who would probably have been voted least likely to win his seat in the last general election — is appearing more and more at odds with the Free National
The international non-governmental organization Transparency International has called out The Bahamas government for failing to take promised action to strengthen the country’s anti-corruption regime.
A key reason for the defeat of the Progressive Liberal Party (PLP) in 2017 was that voters saw the party and the
Let me repeat at the outset, something which I have highlighted before in these articles and it’s this. You may indeed be able to fool many people who are in your life, your parents, your spouse, your friends, fellow employees and even management where you
Prime Minister Dr. Hubert Minnis has asked his Cabinet to prioritize easing the process Bahamians and foreigners go through to open bank accounts. He explained that the amount of time it takes is “unacceptable”.
Minnis, who made the remarks in his national report on Monday night,