I wish to reiterate a point made in Sports Scope previously, how essential it is for the Bahamas Olympic Committee (BOC) to take the lead in ensuring a positive change in national sports.
The two prime catalysts of the Olympic Movement in the country at present,
There is seldom a gray cloud that does not have a silver lining for someone.
The thaw in relations between the U.S. and Cuba that began in 2009 under the Obama administration was ended by the recent announcement by the Trump administration that it will restrict
It is said that people like me who don’t like WTO and have the courage to say so are using “scare tactics”.
I must admit that what I say is scary, but they are not “tactics”; they are facts.
Believe it or not, I believe in
I would greatly appreciate you printing this letter. I grew up reading the newspapers throughout the week. This was way before the Internet and social media and the endless fake news from so many sources.
Because ZNS was so biased, the newspapers were an essential
A pastor and lead singer of a gospel group will no longer face trial on a rape charge.
Prosecutors had alleged Cartnel Kent Johnson, an associate pastor of Life Changer’s Ministries and also known as Christian Massive, committed the unchristian act against a woman on March
• This column was first published on March 22, 2010.
Whatever the circumstances of our birth, there are no “bastards” in the Kingdom of God. This is a human conceit. It is a form of false pride and moral apartheid to separate God’s children into legitimate
The remains of two people were found yesterday among the ashes of a Grand Bahama home that was devastated by a fire, police said.
According to police, shortly after 3 a.m. on Wednesday, fire department officers were called to a home that was engulfed in flames in the
Clarifying a faux pas he made last week when he presented the 2019/2020 budget statement, Minister of Finance Peter Turnquest said yesterday that 79,000 households benefited from the government’s value-added tax (VAT) exemption on electricity bills, instead of the 23,000 he initially announced.
In November, the government made electricity
A Jamaican man who killed his wife was yesterday sentenced to 21 years and three months in jail.
Alton Miller, who was diagnosed with a psychotic disorder, was originally charged with the 2015 murder of his wife, Tiffany, but pleaded guilty to manslaughter due to his impaired
While defending the budget for the Bahamas Agriculture and Marine Science Institute (BAMSI) yesterday, Minister of Agriculture and Marine Resources Michael Pintard said the institution was not created to turn a profit but rather conduct research.
In the 2018/2019 budget, BAMSI was allocated $7 million. Its