Amid losing everything, four storm survivors on Friday expressed that they’re determined to move on from the pain and horror of Hurricane Dorian as they continue their hunt for jobs in New Providence.
They were at a job fair on Government High School’s grounds that was organized
It’s quiet on the cay save for the crackle of small fires set to burn uncollected trash, an intermittent chainsaw and occasional laughter wafting from small family gatherings outside the ruins of homes.
But the sound residents of the fishing capital of Grand Bahama want to
For many who evacuated Abaco and Grand Bahama shortly after the death and destruction brought by Hurricane Dorian, the decision to leave was a difficult one and a decision on when to return is not much easier.
There was an exodus of Grand Bahama residents to
“Staying with family and friends is difficult because after a while families change the love and friends change their actions,” a displaced Grand Bahama resident said this past weekend.
During a recent meeting at police headquarters in Freeport for relatives of those missing on Grand Bahama
More than 80 women golfers have descended on the shores of The Bahamas to participate in the inaugural White Sands University of Houston Golf Invitational, sponsored in part by The Bahamas’ Ministry of Tourism, and set for the Ocean Club Golf Course on Paradise Island,
Athletics Head Coach at Clayton State University, Bahamian legend Chris “Fireman” Brown, was in Nassau this past weekend in a recruitment role during the 5th Annual EducationUSA Bahamas Fall College Fair at Melia Nassau Beach. He was in search of local talent who excel in
The Auto H&L Classic, the fifth round of the Bahamas Professional Golf Tour (BPGT) Signature Classics, is in the books and it was Greg Maycock who came away as the winner in the professional division. John Hall was victorious on the amateur side.
The round was
Sports Scope will have new publications on Mondays and Thursdays until Fred Sturrup, who lives in Freeport, Grand Bahama, and was affected by the passing of Hurricane Dorian, operates at full power. On the other days, file columns will be used until further notice.
The Bahamas must appoint an ease of doing business czar, Progressive Liberal Party (PLP) Deputy Leader Chester Cooper said yesterday, after it was revealed that the country’s ease of doing business score fell by one mark in a recent report.
Cooper, who is also the shadow minister for
Despite the formation of a special committee strategically focused on improving the country’s ease of doing business score on the World Bank Group’s Doing Business 2020 index, The Bahamas’ ranking dropped one spot to 119.
The country previously ranked 118 last year, 119 in 2017, and