Nassau has been named one of 12 top family-friendly travel destinations for the holiday season by the Travel Channel.
A recent survey conducted by the channel showed that 40 percent of Americans plan to travel this holiday season, and Nassau was the only international destination included
Purchasing a home could become much more expensive as the prospect of Hurricane Dorian-like storms becomes a growing reality for The Bahamas, CEO and Founder of the Young Marine Explorers (YME) and a founder of the Cat Island Conservation Institute (CICI) Nikita Shiel-Rolle said yesterday.
Successive governments have not embraced the opportunities the Bahamas Development Bank (BDB) could offer entrepreneurs that seek funding, BDB Managing Director Dave Smith said recently.
He explained that the bank is now focused on development and impact instead of profit.
Smith, who was a speaker at the Exuma
The Bahamas Telecommunications Company (BTC) has supplemented its technical team on the ground on Grand Bahama as it seeks to fully restore landline, internet, television and mobile services.
In addition to restoring services, BTC is also upgrading customers to its ultra-modern, fiber to the home (FTTH) service,
Behind another strong day from freshman golfer Sophie Guo, tied for a round-best five-under par 67, the nationally number two ranked Texas Longhorns women’s golf team increased their lead on the second day of the inaugural White Sands University of Houston Golf Invitational, currently ongoing
Building on the success of the inaugural classic a year ago, organizers from the Bahamas Basketball Federation (BBF) are looking for the second version of the Caribbean Tip-Off Classic to really take off.
The tournament, featuring a number of elite high school and college prep basketball
As the countdown begins to next week’s P1 AquaX Bahamas World Championship at the Atlantis Resort on Paradise Island, a partnership agreement has been announced with Commonwealth Brewery Limited (CBL). The agreement will see Stolichnaya Vodka (Stoli) and Kalik Light Beer receive a range of
The level of buffoonery we witnessed emanating from the speaker’s chair when the House of Assembly convened yesterday afternoon might have left us speechless had we expected better from Halson Moultrie.
He has long demonstrated that he is incapable of bringing the degree of respect, decorum
Atop a little hill in Duncan Town, Ragged Island, sits a classroom with damaged desks piled up, chairs thrown across the floor and a fan dangling from one portion of a roof left intact.
The classroom is a part of the Duncan Town All Age School
House Speaker Halson Moultrie yesterday delivered a scathing rebuke of Bahamian media, declaring they engage in yellow journalism and disregard the rules of Parliament.
During his more than 20-minute statement in the House of Assembly, Moultrie said,“Yesterday, when I read the Tribune’s headline story ‘Out of