It could be that the relationship that is building between the Ministry of Education and the junior boxing family in the country will be the lift that the sport badly needs in order to justify its position among the core disciplines within the national sports
Bahamian Jonquel “JJ” Jones continued her impressive play so far this season, and the Connecticut Sun split a pair of games over the weekend to maintain its footing in the Women’s National Basketball Association (WNBA).
The Sun lost its first game of the season on Friday
Companies interested in providing liquefied natural gas (LNG) fueling solutions to The Bahamas have been expressing interest to the government, Minister of Public Works Desmond Bannister confirmed yesterday, telling Guardian Business that the government had a “wonderful” meeting recently with Eagle LNG.
This paper understands that New Fortress could still
The National Ease of Doing Business (EODB) Committee is disappointed that the government has not enacted more of its recommendations on how to improve the country’s ease of doing business, Committee Chair Lynn Holowesko said Friday, adding that her committee has also continued dialogue with
The Nassau Airport Development Company (NAD) is preparing to rehabilitate one of its runways and one of its taxiways to the tune of $20 million in about two weeks, a press release from NAD stated.
The company explained that it will begin an extensive overhaul of Runway
The government continues to dialogue with the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) in the United States regarding The Bahamas receiving revenue via the overflight charges placed on aircraft traveling through The Bahamas’ air space, Minister of Tourism and Aviation Dionisio D’Aguilar said on Thursday.
The move to control this country’s air space
Veteran politician and most recent non-resident ambassador to Panama, C.A. Smith has claimed he will be the country’s next governor general and will be sworn in to the post before the end of this month.
Smith, in a video that was posted on social media, was
Though it stares most who would care to pay attention in the face every day, the problem of homelessness and vagrancy on New Providence goes mostly ignored by the public.
Those who stand on corners near traffic lights with a hand outstretched have become familiar fixtures to
The government will not introduce the sliding tax to fund the National Health Insurance (NHI) during this fiscal year, Minister of Health Dr. Duane Sands told The Nassau Guardian.
“These were proposals that [were] being made and ultimately the decision would lie and was laid with Cabinet,”
Hotel employers did not intend to reduce or remove gratuity for employees, but wanted, rather, to establish uniformity with regard to the distribution of gratuity among different workers, The Nassau Guardian understands.
Bahamas Hotel Catering and Allied Workers Union (BHCAWU) members overwhelmingly voted to strike on