There was little movement for The Bahamas at the 40-lane bowling center inside Jakabaring Sport City, in Palembang, Indonesia yesterday, as the 55th QubicaAMF Bowling World Cup continued.
In fact, Driskell Rolle remains 37th overall out of 60 bowlers and is now 200 pins off the pace for the top 24 that will advance into
In an effort to promote more out-of-stadium events, and to become more inclusive and interactive with the general community, the Bahamas Association of Athletic Associations (BAAA) is staging a weekend like it never has before in the Commonwealth of The Bahamas.
The BAAA Masquerade Race Weekend, one of
This coming Saturday, three Bahamian optimist junior sailors, Craig Ferguson II, Finley McKinney-Lambert and Mary Jac Nash, along with Coach Keir Clarke, will set out on a historic sail, from Montagu Bay to Lyford Cay.
The three junior sailors will be representing The Bahamas at the upcoming
It perhaps wasn’t planned.There could be a very good, understandable reason why the 2019 National Hall of Fame induction night was changed from the final weekend in this month to Tuesday, December 3. The truth of the matter though, is that Governor General C.A. Smith
The government’s debt is expected to rise to $9 billion by 2021, with a debt to gross domestic product (GDP) ratio of 66.5 percent, as a result of Hurricane Dorian and is expected to peak at $9.4 billion by the 2024/25 fiscal year (FY), according
The government began to debate the suite of legislation that introduces this country’s Environmental Protection and Planning Act yesterday, even as the Bahamas Petroleum Company (BPC) submitted a release revealing that it has entered into a master service agreement (MSA) with Baker Hughes for well-drilling
Five months after the country’s Fiscal Responsibility Act (FRA) became relevant to the government’s fiscal affairs, the government has been forced to invoke the act’s “exceptional circumstances” clause after realizing the economic damage from Hurricane Dorian.
A press release from the Ministry of Finance (MOF) released
The Water and Sewerage Corporation (WSC) managed to reduce its accounts receivables balance by $10 million at the end of last month, the corporation’s Executive Chairman Adrian Gibson told Guardian Business yesterday, adding that WSC will no longer be accepting checks as a form of
The Ministry of Tourism and Aviation (MOTA) has pushed up its Canadian media blitz schedule and remains within budget despite ramping up marketing in the wake of Hurricane Dorian, Minister of Tourism Dionisio D’Aguilar told Guardian Business yesterday, explaining that while a tour across The
A Haitian diplomat allegedly provided fake documents for two of his compatriots involved in a marriage fraud scam, a court heard.
Bahamian Bradley Smith, who served as a middleman, told police that the diplomat would give him receipts to collect fraudulent documents for Haitians, who planned