Two Fridays ago, the University of Mississippi (Ole Miss) Lady Rebels lost a home game to the University of Louisiana, 53-42, and saw their win-loss record for the 2019 portion of the season slip back to .500 at 6-6 in women’s college basketball. Since that time, they
In the wake of an almost three-day power outage on Harbour Island that left residents in the dark, the Eleuthera Chamber of Commerce (ECC) plans to bring stakeholders together to begin developing a strategic plan to mitigate further occurrences, ECC President Thomas Sands said.
The Central Bank of The Bahamas (CBOB) launched its digital currency, called Sand Dollar, Friday on Exuma, with Governor of CBOB John Rolle explaining that when the digital currency is distributed nationally after its six-month integration period, all residents of The Bahamas will have access
Fewer consumer delinquencies have led to a decline in total loan arrears across commercial lenders, reflecting an improvement in the non-performing segment of local credit, according to the most recent data from the Central Bank of The Bahamas.
The Monthly Economic and Financial Development (MEFD) report
The Central Bank of The Bahamas (CBOB) has completed the licensing process with Italian-based CRIF S.p.A. (CRIF) to establish the country’s first credit bureau sometime in 2020.
With that process complete, Central Bank Governor John Rolle said CRIF will now finalize the logistics of setting up
Junkanoo almost seriously injured a child on Boxing Day. Here’s the story:
Around 8 p.m. on Christmas night, I went to pick up my five-year-old niece for our weekly sleepover night.
I was exhausted from Christmas preparations and celebrations and was hoping (fingers crossed) that she
A few weeks ago, Bahamas Power and Light (BPL) trenched the bottom of Village Road on Shirley Street and didn’t bother to reinstate the road.
Today, the area is a mess as recent heavy rain has further eroded the deep potholes, forcing vehicles to come
If I ever become prime minister of The Bahamas, one of my top priorities will be to ensure the issues and challenges young people face in our country receive focus in government decision making.
Young Bahamians are the future of our country and are the
We typically use the year-end to review the past year and plan the year ahead, making resolutions.
Notwithstanding good intentions, many resolutions fall by the wayside. Circumstances change and adjustments have to be made.
For the great majority of us, discarding new year’s resolutions won’t have terribly
Businessman Godfrey Kelly tops the Queen’s New Year’s Honours list which names 22 Bahamians of various backgrounds, including Free National Movement (FNM) Chairman Carl Culmer and Bahamasair Chairman Tommy Turnquest, who are both being honored for service to politics.
Turnquest was among those who received national awards