Funeral Service for MR. EDWIN HENRY MOXEY, SR., age 79years of #20 Armada Road West, Freeport, Grand Bahama died at Samaritan’s Purse, Freeport, Grand Bahama and formerly of Nassau, New Providence will be held on Wednesday, February 26th, 2020 at 11:00 am at Judea Baptist
Electronic health records (EHR) allow for medical care being delivered to be looked up, and the impact, which could be effective in non-communicable diseases – obesity, diabetes, cardiovascular disease – where today there is limited information about these diseases, which are at epidemic proportions in
All things you need to know to get your health and finances, and to keep both strong, will be the order of the day at The Nassau Guardian’s annual Health and Financial Fair this weekend.
Health and financial information, aerobic demonstrations by Club One, health screenings,
Back in the place where it all started, the A.F. Adderley Gymnasium, the championship game of the Hugh Campbell Basketball Classic was a one-sided affair last night as the Grand Bahama-based Sunland Baptist Stingers jumped out to an early lead and never looked back.
One of the premier high school athletic competitions in the country is just a day away, set for Wednesday to Friday at the new Thomas A. Robinson National Stadium.
Back to defend their junior and senior titles at the 27th Annual Government Secondary Schools Sports Association
The Grand Bahama Tennis Association (GBTA) Junior National Tournament was held this past weekend in Freeport, Grand Bahama, at the YMCA Center. The event sponsor was Bahamas Clear Water & Ice.
The event was sanctioned by the Bahamas Lawn Tennis Association (BLTA) and was the first
Prime Minister Dr. Hubert Minnis criticised Bahamians that have hoarded thousands of acres of Crown land yesterday, calling those who have been granted that amount of acreage “greedy”.
Minnis, who made the remarks during his mid-year budget speech, said as he reviewed land files over the weekend, he
The government has yet to finalize the terms of planned borrowing to fund the nearly $700 million deficit projected in the mid-year budget, Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Finance Peter Turnquest disclosed yesterday.
Turnquest was answering an inquiry from Exumas and Ragged Island Member of
On the heels of continued shocks to the country’s finances, the government should revisit the national development plan to ensure there is a less reactionary approach to fiscal governance.
Gowon Bowe, a member of the National Development Plan Steering Committee, said while there has been improvement
Last year, Bahamians invested more than $40 million through the investment currency market, Governor of The Central Bank of The Bahamas (CBOB) John Rolle said last week, explaining that the number of companies offering investment activities abroad to Bahamians is growing.
Rolle, who was a guest