Prime Minister Dr. Hubert Minnis made one final appeal to residents in vulnerable areas in Grand Bahama and the Abacos to evacuate as Hurricane Dorian, a “devastating and dangerous” category 4 storm, takes aim at the two northwestern islands.
Minnis said 73,000 residents and 21,000 homes will be
It was an uphill battle out the gates for The Bahamas’ national women’s softball team on Thursday night against Canada as they were unable to get on the scoreboard at the 2019 Pan American Softball Championships in Surrey, British Columbia, Canada.
Team Bahamas fell to Canada
The Bahamas Football Association (BFA) and the Student Athlete Resources and support (STARS) division of the Ministry of Education collaborated on the hosting of the Inaugural College Soccer showcase in February of this year. This showcase exposed over 100 Bahamian youth players to college coaches over a
ow fast can Shaunae Miller-Uibo go in the 200 meters?
She ran 21.74 on Thursday as she won the International Association of Athletics Federations (IAAF) Diamond League’s featured 200 meters in Zurich, Switzerland. She pulled away from a highly-touted support cast and was able to ease
Richardo Barrett, the curator of the new re-hang of the National Art Gallery of The Bahamas’ (NAGB) Permanent Exhibition (PE), “TimeLines: 1950-2007”, has worked in the Bahamian visual arts community for six years. In a speech at the unveiling of the new hanging, he noted
Lorenzo Roker was a sign painter and self-taught artist whose content most often depicted landscapes and seascapes such as this small but deceptive little work in the National Collection. Roker was born in 1903, to a Bahamas that was very much still steeped in its
Before there was Make + Take Crafting Studio (M+T), there was Nassau Script Company, according to Leanne Victoria, founder and head creative instructor of the Bahamian pop-up arts and craft salon.
Though the concept of “popping up” may not have been originated from The Bahamas, Bahamian
Speaking at the end of the recent summit of the Organisation of Eastern Caribbean States (OECS), Dominica’s Prime Minister, Roosevelt Skerrit, was clear.
“We just have to close our eyes for a few seconds and appreciate the impact on the way of life of ordinary citizens
It is with great regret that I note the passing of the honorable Mr. Justice Emmanuel E. Osadebay (retired). His significant contribution to the development of the jurisprudence of The Bahamas will be an enduring part of his legacy.
Justice of Appeal Osadebay had
While the Progressive Liberal Party supports sensible fiscal management, we have repeatedly cautioned the Free National Movement (FNM) about its fixation on numbers over people.
This administration gets more ridiculous by the day.
After implementing a punishing tax increase on the Bahamian people and falling hundreds