It was a night for all sports, but the Bahamas Association of Athletic Associations (BAAA) and the Bahamas Basketball Federation (BBF) stood out the most as they carted off most of the awards at the 2019 Ministry of Youth, Sports and Culture’s National Sports Awards inside the Crown
It was a busy weekend for four Bahamian collegiate swimmers as they were in their respective pools at two National Collegiate Athletics Association (NCAA) swim meets this past weekend.
The swimmers who were in action were Izaak Bastian representing the Florida State University Seminoles, Lilly Higgs representing the University
University of The Bahamas (UB) Mingoes guard Robert Joseph could not be stopped against the Discount Distributor Rockets in New Providence Basketball Association (NBPA) Division I action Saturday night at the A.F. Adderley Gymnasium.
Joseph connected on six three-pointers on his way to putting up 32 points to
We are faced with such an ironic situation in this country, regarding sports development and the landscape on the whole.
Many Bahamian politicians have either been catapulted to unexpected social/professional heights by sports, or the association has been bountiful in some other way. We can go
A Supreme Court judge today ruled that former Cabinet Minister Shane Gibson has a case to answer as it relates to a bribery charge against him.
Gibson, 58, is accused of abusing his position as hurricane czar for personal gain by demanding $330,000 from contractor Jonathan
“The decisions of the Judicial Committee of the Privy Council bind us – however nonsensical they may be.” – Justice Seymour Panton, former president of the Jamaican Court of Appeal
In part one of this series, we noted that the Privy Council represents the highest and
Having been a victim of violent crime myself, I believe I can speak to what the victims of crimes go through. Several years ago I was held up by two gun-toting, very young men who relieved me of my money, watch and jewelry; gun
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For the last several weeks, we the
Major problems requiring the focused attention of the government abound such as the poorly managed and ill-led Bahamas Power and Light (BPL); putting the Public Hospitals Authority’s (PHA) patients’ medical records into a retrievable computer program; bringing crime, particularly violent crime against individuals, to heel;
Their small businesses are not only their careers but their only source of livelihood, so the inspiring determination of entrepreneurs in Freeport is akin to a fight for survival, but it is a fight three months after Hurricane Dorian made daunting by a storm-ravaged economy