DOHA, Qatar – Although she’s run more 200 meters (m) races this season than the 400m, Bahamian Shaunae Miller-Uibo said it was all in training for the longer race and she is looking forward to finally claiming a world title this year.
She will line up
DOHA, Qatar – An emotional Pauline Davis-Thompson said she is overwhelmed by the amount of support she got after receiving a lifetime award from the International Association of Athletics Federations’ (IAAF) and she’s grateful to all who helped her get to where she is today.
A Royal Bahamas Defence Force (RBDF) marine was killed in a car accident on Baillou Hill Road yesterday, according to authorities.
The RBDF identified him as Marine Seaman Arnold Amerthil, 27.
According to police, shortly before 6 a.m. the driver of a Honda Saber was driving south on
Multi-country risk facility Caribbean Catastrophe Risk Insurance Facility Segregated Portfolio Company (CCRIF SPC) announced Thursday that it has paid out almost $13 million to the government of The Bahamas after its hurricane insurance policy for the northern region was activated by Hurricane Dorian.
CCRIF, in a
Bahamas Petroleum Company (BPC) released its interim results for the six months ended June 30, 2019 on Friday, explaining that it continues to work with the government to complete its environmental authorization (EA) application submitted almost a year and a half ago.
The chief executive officer’s
Discount Distributors has launched an app to make it easy for Bahamians to buy groceries online and have them delivered to their door.
The app, found in the Apple and Google Play app stores under Discount Distributors, is simple and user friendly, the company’s Sales and
North America’s largest retail travel company, Travel Leaders Group, is assisting The Bahamas with attracting travelers back to The Bahamas after the passage of Hurricane Dorian, with its “Travel Helps The Bahamas” initiative.
Travel Leaders represents 50,000 travel advisors and its initiative in conjunction with the
Many years ago, I was designing a small bank branch and the security expert for the bank and I were discussing some of the issues we would deal with. I mentioned the bulletproof glass we would need and he laughed.
“There’s no such thing as bulletproof
Nearly one month after Hurricane Dorian devastated parts of Abaco and Grand Bahama, Minister of Immigration Elsworth Johnson declared last night that undocumented migrants in shelters will face deportation, noting that the facilities will not be used “to circumvent the law.”
“…If you’re in a shelter and
Algernon Cargill, the government-appointed coordinator of hurricane relief efforts in Abaco, said yesterday that undocumented migrants have no reason to return to the storm-ravaged island.
“If you don’t have a purpose of being in Abaco, like to rebuild or relatives and you don’t have any legal status to be