Nuevozen Corporation, a leading provider of innovative cancer detection solutions, is pleased to announce their partnership with Fourth Terrace Diagnostic Centre (FTDC) in the development and installation of their artificial intelligence (AI)-powered breast cancer solution at Fourth Terrace, a leading diagnostic center in The Bahamas.
One must never attempt to match wits with Kevin Evans on the medieval customs and more which informed the teachings of the Old Testament of the bible.
But Evans cannot go unchecked when his theological predilections lead him to misrepresent the constitution. Imperfect though that
Right-thinking Bahamians everywhere should be calling for reform to our current pension system. While I agree with certain positions in government receiving pensions for a specific duration of national service, there has to be a limit on the amount of sources a person can
This is the third in a series of editorials we are publishing on the government’s 2019/2020 budget. Today we discuss Chester Cooper’s take on it.
Cooper seems a serious member of parliament and a diligent shadow minister of finance. He comes to duties prepared and formidable.
DHL, the international delivery company, has rolled out E-Commerce in a Box (ECB), a comprehensive sales, invoicing and shipping solution that will allow small and medium-sized business in the Caribbean to not only reach customers around the world, but also display their products for purchase on an
We’ve seen that the purpose of the building permit is to make sure new buildings respect the planning principles set out in subdivision and other planning regulations, protect public health by requiring attention to environmental health concerns, protect public safety by requiring that structures are
FREEPORT, Grand Bahama — For the second year in a row, the Grand Bahama Little League (GBLL) is walking off as the winner of the 18-and-under (18U) division at the Bahamas Baseball Association (BBA) National Championships, and for the second year in a row, they
I have long advocated for additional sports funding from the Government of The Bahamas. The national sports commodity has tremendous potential and it is the responsibility of our governments to foster the advancement of this special product.
So, when I see the insensitive approach to sports,
Bahamian Olympic Champion Shaunae Miller-Uibo returned to Jamaica this past weekend, and was once again dominant in competition, racing to victory in the women’s 400 meters (m) at the Adidas Racers Grand Prix Athletics Meeting at the Jamaica National Stadium in Kingston, Jamaica.
Miller-Uibo circled the