Grand Bahama International Airport has not reopened to international traffic since the passage of Hurricane Dorian on September 2.
There is no longer any doubt that climate change has increased the frequency and the strength of annual storm activity impacting Grand Bahama. Over this past weekend
“Wonderful” and “great” were only two of the superlatives used to describe the fulfilment of the decision by the government to sign the contract to relocate and build the bridge in Staniard Creek, Andros.
It was indeed wonderful and great to witness the advance
For some time now a popular Bahamian mantra has been “clean, green and pristine”. However, after a quick glance of your surroundings, you quickly realize we haven’t been putting much effort into practicing what we preach.
I am a Bahamian male currently studying environmental and
“Climate change does not respect borders; it does not respect who you are — rich and poor, small and big. Therefore, this is what we call ‘global challenges’, which require global solidarity.” — Ban Ki-moon
Despite objections to the contrary, our climate is changing. Some will
STANIARD CREEK, Andros – The Ministry of Public Works and Bahamas Marine Construction have signed a $9.6 million contract for the construction of a new bridge that will improve travel between mainland Andros and the settlement of Staniard Creek and provide greater protection for marine
Averia Wright’s “The Straw Paradox: The Pig That Built His House of Straw” is something of a paradox in the name itself. Straw work in The Bahamas is a bit of a misnomer – it isn’t really “straw” in the Western traditional sense at all.
English Social Sciences organized a screening and panel discussion of the film “I’s Man” at the University of The Bahamas (UB) on Wednesday, November 6, at 6:00 p.m. The room was packed as students and faculty from sociology, psychology, English and the general public came
Four years ago, Chef Anthony Burnside was told to look at Crusoe’s Restaurant like a painting…a canvas to which he could add his touches. He accepted the offer, leaving his job at a fine dining establishment to take on the challenge. The draw for him
With the qualifying races out of the way yesterday, organizers are looking forward to having a great and competitive weekend for the second P1 Aqua Cross (AquaX) World Championship set to continue today and wrap up tomorrow at the Nassau Harbour, Atlantis, Paradise Island.
Two Bahamian windsurfers, Chelsea Pennekamp, 16, and Bella Pennekamp, 15, recently attended the 2019 Techno293 World Championship in Puerto Sherry, Spain, held from October 26 to November 2.
There were 36 countries that were represented by their top windsurfing team sailors, with an overall total of