What a difference a year makes! The Bahamas has owned Costa Rica in Davis Cup play, and that played true to form again last year with the boys from The Bahamas defeating the Costa Ricans on their home court.
However, it was a different story yesterday.
Coach Denykco Bowles and the Doris Johnson Mystic Marlins have been reaping the rewards of hard work, and one of the reasons for that could be because of the camp he stages each summer.
The 6th Annual Denykco Bowles Elite Skills Summer Basketball Camp is set
• 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.
The Free National Movement (FNM) government has not been the most
Each year, hundreds of sailing enthusiasts head over to Salt Pond, Long Island, to cheer on their favorite regatta sloops, and the Caribbean Bottling Company (CBC) is usually there as a sponsor of the local regatta. They returned for another year, for the 52nd Annual
With just a few weeks left for the government to make good on its revenue targets, Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Finance Peter Turnquest said the coming weeks will be focused on driving up compliance rates.
“You have all kinds of factors that can go
The government will award $45,000 worth of grants to 18 entrepreneurs who went through the Small Business Development Centre’s branch office set up for Over-the-Hill residents, Prime Minister Dr. Hubert Minnis said yesterday.
Minnis, who made the remarks during his budget contribution in the House of Assembly, said
As debate continues around the decriminalization of marijuana, Clearing Banks Association President (CBA) Gowon Bowe said the conversation should focus on how The Bahamas would mitigate the possibility of creating another cash only, underground economy.
Bowe said while decriminalizing marijuana poses remarkable new business and industry
Global Ports Holding (GPH) Head of Business Development for the Americas Colin Murphy said his company has begun the process of understanding how it can be an effective part of the redevelopment of Downtown Nassau by holding numerous stakeholder meetings.
Murphy, who is quoted in a press release from GPH, said
Prime Minister Dr. Hubert Minnis announced yesterday the government will redevelop the area from Arawak Cay to Junkanoo Beach into an entertainment and cultural center, that would be a tax-free zone and include amenities such as a skybridge and water taxis.
The development is still in
Five additional areas will soon be designated Economic Empowerment Zones and will qualify for tax-free concessions, Prime Minister Dr. Hubert Minnis said yesterday.
These areas are Fox Hill, Kemp Road, St. Barnabas, Englerston and Gambier.
Minnis made the announcement during his contribution to the budget debate, but