Not since the French Antilles dominated the CARIFTA Swimming Championships in the mid-2000s has a nation been so prolific and efficient in the region’s biggest swim meet for junior athletes.
The Bahamas reigns supreme, winning a third straight CARIFTA swimming title this year, and fifth in the past
After a rough period, Equestrian Bahamas (EB) finally got a stamp of approval from its international body, the Fédération Equestre Internationale (FEI), at the 2019 FEI General Assembly in Moscow, Russia, from November 16-19, 2019.
The recognition by the FEI means that Bahamians can now ride in international events under
Master Aiden Gorospe continued his winning ways with another solid performance in the final junior event of the Fourteen Clubs Junior Golf Academy & The Front 9 Junior Tour, the Junior Players Championship 2019 at the Royal Blue Golf Course at Baha Mar on Saturday December 14.
The young student of
The Ministry of Agriculture and Marine Resources is preparing for a medicinal marijuana industry in anticipation of The Bahamas National Commission on Marijuana’s finalized report.
Noting a “keen interest in industrial hemp”, Minister of Agriculture and Marine Resources Michael Pintard said yesterday his ministry has already
Progressive Liberal Party (PLP) Leader Philip Brave Davis said yesterday he is “appalled” that the government recommended former United Bahamian Party (UBP) Cabinet minister Godfrey Kelly for a knighthood.
Kelly, an Olympic sailor, has been named Knight Commander of the Order of Saint Michael and Saint
Attorney General Carl Bethel said yesterday that a draft campaign finance bill proposes the declaration of any campaign donation exceeding $1,000.
“Any donation over $1,000 will have to be declared and it will have to be audited,” Bethel told The Nassau Guardian.
“Every individual campaign and political
With the first phase of the government’s plastic ban only one day away, businesses across New Providence are preparing for the impact.
The Environmental Protection (Control of Plastic Pollution) Bill, 2019, will ban the import of most single-use plastics after January 1, 2020. The bill allows
Minister of Agriculture and Marine Resources Michael Pintard said that come January the ministry will be moving on a number of projects on Grand Bahama and Abaco in an effort to help those economies recover from the effects of Hurricane Dorian.
In the weeks after the
Priest Raymond Prince, a Rastafarian elder at the Ethiopia Africa Black International Congress (EABIC) Bahamas branch compound on Fire Trail Road, yesterday suggested that possession of marijuana be decriminalized up to two ounces instead of one.
The 98-page draft report from the Bahamas National Commission on
Bahamas Power and Light (BPL) said yesterday that last week’s “serious power supply issues” on Harbour Island were the result of damage to undersea cables, which provide power to the island.
During the Christmas period, the island faced significant power challenges over 48 hours.
BPL said an