With four of their five players shooting under par yesterday, and only the top four counting toward the team award, the nationally second ranked University of Texas Longhorns got out to a blazing start to the inaugural White Sands University of Houston Golf Invitational, and
A diabetic foot ulcer is an open sore or wound that is commonly located on the bottom of the foot and may take a long time to, or never, heal. Diabetic foot ulcers are notoriously difficult to heal, often resulting in lower-limb amputations. An estimated
The most important element that affects the way we communicate is what is going on between our ears. Whatever is going on subconsciously will affect the way we communicate. Here are a few keys to unlock your ability to manage the sick feeling you may
Clinical psychologist Dr. Stephanie Hutcheson is a part of a sorority of sort for which she was not intentionally recruited, nor for whose membership she clamored. The initiation process included diagnosis, treatment, surgery scars, radiation and chemotherapy which are rites of passage for all breast
Faced with another harrowing experience in trying to qualify for the 2020 Olympics, Bahamian O’Neil Williams went out there and ran the race of his life, recording a new personal best in an event that The Bahamas never experiences success internationally.
If ratified, it will go
He has touched the track at five different Olympic Games and now Bahamian legendary quarter-miler Christopher “Fireman” Brown will be looking to make the 2020 Olympic Games in Tokyo, Japan, his last hurrah as he rides off into the sunset.
Brown, now the head coach of
After losing all 24 acres of its lime crops due to Hurricane Dorian, Abaco Big Bird Poultry Farm (Bahamas) Limited said it is importing 1,000 Persian limes from California to replant its fields, but is unsure whether it would continue farming chickens, which has been
In the wake of The Bahamas slipping down a spot on the World Bank Group’s Ease of Doing Business index, the Bahamas Chamber of Commerce and Employers’ Confederation (BCCEC) yesterday recommended the government streamline the approval process for starting all businesses and move toward a
Parliamentarians are expected to debate the Harbour Dues (Amendment) Bill 2019, which seeks to change the fees levied against cruise lines that call on the Port of Nassau and how they are collected.
The amendment would repeal the Harbour Dues (Amendment) Act 2018 to exclude cruise
The Bank of The Bahamas’ most recent annual financial statements for the year ended June 30, continues to reflect the bank’s ongoing challenges with legal claims that could leave the bank more than $6 million in the hole.
In the bank’s annual financial statements, it reports