In the 26 months since it suffered an embarrassing and devastating defeat, the Progressive Liberal Party (PLP) under Philip Brave Davis has sought to make the case that it can be trusted to handle our affairs once again.
Despite the many concerns about the generally lethargic
Baker Newman and Justin Roberts are technically sound tennis players individually, but they have very little experience together, if any, in men’s doubles, and it showed under the lights on the Grand Stand of the Club Lawn Tennis venue in Lima, Peru, last night.
After receiving a bye into
LIMA, Peru — It wasn’t a good experience for Bahamian tennis player Baker Newman in the second round of men’s singles as the 18th Pan American Games continued on Tuesday in Lima, Peru.
In less than an hour, Argentina’s Guido Andreozzi dispatched of him 6-0 and 6-1.
After the match,
Ronald Cartwright has been coaching athletics in The Bahamas for nearly 50 years, and this year, he is being recognized for his work, both locally and internationally.
This past weekend, the Inagua native was presented with an Omega watch by the Bahamas Athletic Association of Coaches (BAAC) in
In the Central Bank of The Bahamas’ (CBOB) Business Conditions and Expectations Survey for January through June 2019, businesses reveal that they have noted a decline in profits, though the survey found they are optimistic about the next six months of the year.
The CBOB survey
The strongest performance of Nassau Airport Development Company (NAD) in the past decade was recorded in the first half of 2019, according to The Central Bank of The Bahamas (CBOB).
Lynden Pindling International Airport (LPIA) recorded a 19.4 percent increase in foreign departures during that period,
Bahamas Agricultural and Industrial Corporation (BAIC) Chairman Bishop Gregory Collie visited Bimini recently to prepare craft vendors for the economic activity that will stem from Mediterranean Shipping Company’s (MSC) opening of Ocean Cay in November, a press release on the matter said.
Collie explained to those
Organization for Responsible Governance (ORG) Executive Director Matt Aubry yesterday called the Non-Profit Organization (Amendment) Bill, 2019 a “superior” improvement.
The bill, which was passed in the Senate on Monday, outlines several changes to the original bill which was revised in the Senate after widespread concern
Minister of Education Jeffrey Lloyd yesterday assured that ongoing extensive renovations at nine government schools on New Providence will be completed by the beginning of the school year.
The renovations are costing the government $9 million, he said.
Cabinet members and the media toured C.H. Reeves Junior High School,