Monday, May 20, 2019
BUSINESS

The Bahamas Agricultural and Industrial Corporation (BAIC) is on track to improve its revenue numbers for its pop-up market, its Chairman Bishop Gregory Collie told

Govt seeking to privatize Nassau Flight Services

The government is seeking to privatize Nassau Flight Services (NFS), a press release from the Ministry of Tourism and Aviation revealed yesterday, which said the

Bahamas in a good position to become region’s ‘Silicon Valley’, stresses IT exec

The Bahamas is still in a good position to become the Silicon Valley of the region, Cloud Carib’s Vice President of Solutions Mark Arruda told

Over 1,600 firms already integrated into new Customs Dept. system

More than 1,600 businesses are already integrated into the new customs system, a press release from the Ministry of Finance revealed yesterday. The roll-out of the

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LIFESTYLES

Sharnell Cox-Robinson, C. R. Walker High School’s science subject coordinator and 2019-2021 teacher of the year, is in a unique

After the difficult task of narrowing the Caribbean Bottling Company’s (CBC) Carleton Williams Scholarship applicants down to just six finalists,

Whitney Curtis and Erin McKenzie received a life-altering education from Middle Tennessee State University (MTSU), thanks to the one-of-a-kind Cartwright-Coakley

Beauty, as we began two weeks ago, heals souls and allows us to come to a higher place where we

SPORTS

The Junior Baseball League of Nassau (JBLN) crowned champions in all seven divisions this past week, officially ending its 30th season of youth baseball with

The Bahamas’ attempt at finishing in the top two at the 2019 Confederation of North, Central American and Caribbean Association Football (CONCACAF) Beach Soccer Championship came

It appears that Steven Gardiner’s injury has flared up again. After much controversy following his withdrawal from the men’s 4x400 meters (m) relay at the IAAF

NATIONAL REVIEW

Last Friday, local human rights group Rights Bahamas appeared before the 172nd session of the Inter-American Commission on Human Rights (IACHR) in Kingston, Jamaica, to

Litter and debris line the sides of many streets across the island. Everything from trash to old refrigerators and mattresses have been thrown out of people’s

Government House is in the center of Nassau, resting on an elevation giving it views of the harbor and surrounding communities. It is the residence

WORLD NEWS
Lawyer: 17 wounded in prison where US-Nicaraguan man killed

MANAGUA, Nicaragua (AP) — Seventeen people who were arrested in

24 in Morocco face terror trial in Nordic hikers’ slayings

SALE, Morocco (AP) — Twenty-four people have gone on trial