Wednesday, May 22, 2019
BUSINESS

It will take more than the $8 million Prime Minister Dr. Hubert Minnis announced the government would invest in Ragged Island to restore the storm-ravaged

Submissions process for designates to Fiscal Responsibility Council almost complete

The government has almost completed receiving submissions for designates to the Fiscal Responsibility Council, from the entities which the Fiscal Responsibility Act (FRA) mandates the

Report: Injustice having a costly impact on GDP

The global justice gap is contributing to an estimated loss in gross domestic product (GDP) of 0.5 and 3 percent in Organisation for Economic Co-operation

Govt hoping to increase production, expand the use of cascarilla

The government is hoping to increase the production and expand the use of cascarilla through strategic partnerships, by heading to Acklins and Crooked Island to

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LIFESTYLES

When Jeanè Swann was diagnosed with lupus at age 28 she withdrew into herself and as she put it, she

When a 26-year-old declared he would die in hospital it was difficult to believe. There was no gunshot wound, visible

In The Bahamas, high blood pressure is an epidemic silent killer. A 2006 healthy lifestyle initiative led by the government

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

SPORTS

Hundreds of young athletes from throughout the country have converged on the capital island of New Providence, gearing up for the 35th Annual Frank “Pancho” Rahming Primary

The Bahamas Golf Federation (BGF) has confirmed that the national amateur championships will be held this week at various golf courses in and around New

Beginning the week of June 24, the Nassau Rowing Club (RC) will hold its annual Learn to Row Summer Camp for the sixth year in

NATIONAL REVIEW

Despite not being anywhere near robust, the rate at which the economy of The Bahamas has grown over the past two years isn’t bad, per

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