Wednesday, Apr 24, 2019
BUSINESS

South Eleutherans are preparing themselves for the opportunities that the Disney Cruise Line development at Lighthouse Point will bring, Eleuthera Chamber of Commerce President Thomas Sands said

Blair: Small Business Development Centre has 2,500-person waiting list

The Small Business Development Centre (SBDC) has almost 2,500 prospective entrepreneurs on a waiting list seeking to access the center’s services, SBDC Executive Director Davinia Blair said

Bahamas to adopt CARICOM Regional Energy Efficiency Building Code

The CARICOM Regional Energy Efficiency Building Code (CREEBC) will be the top priority of the Bahamas Bureau of Standards and Quality’s (BBSQ) Electro-Technical and Energy

CEO: Cyber security is always an afterthought

The Bahamas, along with the rest of the Caribbean and Latin America, should be doing significantly more to combat cyber crime, a rapidly growing threat

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LIFESTYLES

Deangelo Minus describes his daughter De’Andranique “Dede” Minus as an active, typical teenager – one who loves sports, and loves

Astrology is a word that has long been looked at with cynicism by some, and of course acceptance by others.

Autism doesn’t come with a manual, but rather families of those people diagnosed on the spectrum, never give up, and

Amia Bastian, 15, could not hide the shock on her face on Wednesday as the judges announced that she had won

SPORTS

WILDEY, Barbados – The Bahamas has qualified to compete in nearly every final event during the preliminary session of the 34th CARIFTA Swimming Championships on

GEORGE TOWN, Cayman Islands – Jamaica won all eight relays on the final night of competition – all of the 4x100m and all of the

WILDEY, Barbados – There is no doubt that Marvin Johnson is the best boys 11-12 swimmer in the Caribbean, and he showed why by picking

NATIONAL REVIEW

Roughly two years ago, on a windy day, the smell of smoke caught the attention of residents in Jubilee Gardens. It was just another lazy Sunday.

Marijuana policy is rapidly changing in the United States. The plant is fully legal in 10 states. Medical marijuana is legal in 33. Big states such

Twelve-year-old Lebron Minnis was born blind, but often feels invisible to people who can see. Sixty-year-old Ricardo Farquharson can’t hear, but also feels like he has

WORLD NEWS
Canada hits Venezuelan government with more sanctions

CARACAS, Venezuela (AP) — Canada on Monday imposed more sanctions

Nations express solidarity with France after Notre Dame fire

PARIS (AP) — Nations expressed solidarity with France after the