It was loud and jam-packed over at the Betty Kelly-Kenning National Aquatics Complex over the weekend as the different local swim clubs cheered on their respective swimmers. In the end, it was Mako Aquatics Club that won and successfully defended its title at the 2019
The Junior Baseball League of Nassau (JBLN) went into Eleuthera with one goal in mind over the weekend, and that was to leave as national champions in the 12-and-under (12U) division and represent The Bahamas at the Little League Caribbean and Latin American Championships, from
Team Bahamas had to settle for sixth place, after falling to Honduras 2-0 in the fifth-place game, at the 2019 Davis Cup Americas Zone Group III Tournament at the Costa Rica Country Club in Escazu, San Jose, Costa Rica, on Saturday.
In that playoff matchup, The
• Fred Sturrup is currently out of the country and during this time, Nassau Guardian Sports will feature a few of his columns from the past. Sturrup’s regular columns will return on July 5, 2019.
It was unfortunate that Dr. Danny Johnson spiraled out of control,
Accolades and well-wishes continued to pour in for local track celebrity Shaunae Miller-Uibo over the weekend, given the run of historic proportions she had last Thursday at the 58th Ostrava Golden Spike Meet at the Městský Stadion in Ostrava-Vítkovice, Czech Republic.
Miller-Uibo obliterated the world record
The government has met all of the commitments to the European Union (EU) that could reduce the risk of The Bahamas being blacklisted once again, Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Finance Peter Turnquest told Guardian Business yesterday.
Turnquest added that the final pieces of legislation
Member of Parliament for Long Island and Executive Chairman of the Water and Sewerage Corporation (WSC) Adrian Gibson wants to release the government from the multi-year, multimillion-dollar burden of having foreign-run reverse osmosis (RO) plants, he said in his 2019/2020 budget contribution last week.
Member of Parliament for Long Island Adrian Gibson is calling on the government to investigate instances of second homeowners using their properties to run an “unregistered, all-inclusive resort”.
Gibson, who made the call for the investigation while delivering his 2019/2020 budget contribution last week, explained that
A terminally ill woman yesterday lay in her bed crying out in pain while her sister, Yvonne Rolle, fed her ice cubes in an attempt to provide some comfort in the extreme heat as power outages continued across New Providence.
Over the past five days, many Bahamas Power and
Severe power outages across New Providence over the past few days were due to the temporary loss of two generators, Bahamas Power and Light (BPL) said yesterday.
The power company said the loss of the assets “exacerbated” the load shedding that was already underway, “extending the