HARBOUR ISLAND, Eleuthera – The developers of the Briland Club Residences and Marina on Harbour Island plan to award contracts to construct the project’s marina buildings to a Harbour Island-based contractor next week, Guardian Business was told yesterday.
The $3.5 million contract is expected to employ 45 locals
Attorney General Carl Bethel today expressed distress and shock following the murder of Royal Bahamas Defence Force (RBDF) Petty Officer Philip Perpall, who was killed in the guard room at Government House on Sunday, allegedly at the hands of a fellow officer.
Bethel, who addressed the
Shaunae Miller-Uibo has just opened her season in the women’s 400 meters (m) faster than any athlete in history, according to a report by the International Association of Athletic Federations (IAAF) - the world’s governing body for athletics.
The graceful Bahamian Olympic Champion circled the track in 49.05
The Bahamas’ men’s 4x400 meters (m) relay team got in some much needed action this past weekend, competing at the 125th running of the prestigious Penn Relays at historic Franklin Field in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
The quartet of Ojay Ferguson, Teray Smith, Andre Colebrook and Alonzo Russell,
It’s been a year since The Bahamas’ national beach soccer team has played together. They were back in action on Saturday, decimating the Turks and Caicos, 7-0, in a scrimmage match at the Bahamas Football Association’s (BFA) National Beach Soccer Stadium, at Malcolm Park.
With few exceptions, national teams that go forth to represent the country on the largest and most prestigious of world sporting stages are made up, for the most part, by residents from either the capital island of New Providence or the secondary prominent inhabited area,
Alexa Delaney, a student at St. Andrew’s International School, and Ryan Rahming, a student at St. John’s College, were both named the 41st Alpha Kappa Alpha’s 2019 Honours Day outstanding student awards and share co-valedictorian honors. A two-way tie emerged for the Linda Higgs-Swann Memorial
A dozen new and relaunched units; 1,208 first-time participants; and strong financial support from the public and private sectors over the last year were just a few of the highlights and focus of presentations at the Governor General’s Youth Award’s (GGYA) Annual General Meeting (AGM)
The Lynden Pindling International Airport (LPIA) processed more than 75,000 passengers over the Easter holiday weekend.
According to a press release, 27,000 passengers passed through the U.S. departures pre-clearance facility, while Bahamas immigration and customs officials processed more than 30,000 arrivals.
The release adds that air traffic controllers reported