WHEN Pauline Davis Thompson celebrated her relay team’s gold-winning performance at the 2000 Olympic Games, she didn’t believe her home country would host a major athletic event in her lifetime.
It was a winless outing for the Bahamas at the 2015 Serevi RugbyTown USA event in Glendale, Colorado.
PRIME Minister Dr Hubert Minnis yesterday described the work of the news media as “essential”, following persistent allegations that he is anti-press. Dr Minnis said he does not engage with such rumours, adding he will hold his long-promised quarter
IT WAS a winless finish for the Bahamas Rugby Sevens team as they faced the top programmes in the region in international competition.
By RENALDO DORSETT
FOR the second time this year, Happy Hall and his YESI organisation are hosting an edition of the "Happy Feet Soccer Clinic" for y
CARIFTA stars get smart phones courtesy of BTC HIGH SPEED: CARIFTA (Track) team members are all smiles after receiving Samsung Galaxy Y cellular phones from platinum sponsors BTC upon their return from the games in Bermuda. Team Bahamas placed 2nd out of
THE NEW Entry Band is taking a second shot at being crowned Best Band in the Bahamas. The group along with five other bands will come together on one night, at one venue, for a showdown of original live music during the Global Battle of the Bands Bahamas competition.
FACEBOOK users were amused and shocked yesterday when a Facebook profile associated with Fred Mitchell, the leader of opposition business in the Senate, responded to an insult aimed at the senator with an equally provocative response.
THE New Providence Basketball Association continued its regular season action on Tuesday night at the AF Adderley Gymnasium with the Y-Care Wreckers and the Mail Boat Cybots winning the double header.
If the regular season was any indication, the PJ’s Cleaning Services Stingers feel they should have no problem dealing with the Y-Care Wreckers in their New Providence Basketball Association men’s first round best-of-five playoff series.
By Scott Farrington
WHILE the Mail Boat Cybots pulled off a rout, the Y-Care Wreckers had to go right down to the wire before they prevailed in the New Providence Basketball Association’s double header at the AF Adderley Gymnasium on Monday night.
A MAN was acquitted of rape on appeal after the Court of Appeal found the forensic evidence in his case was not sufficient to have been left to the jury for deliberation.
THE New Providence Basketball Association has released the following schedule for its playoffs that are slated to open at the AF Adderley Gymnasium. The schedule and match-ups for the week are as follows:
HAITIAN Chargé d’Affaires Dorval Darlier wants the Bahamas government to grant temporary asylum to undocumented migrants affected by Hurricane Dorian. This, he asserted yesterday, was the best way to assist devastated Haitians living in Grand Bahama
In the country’s rush to taste blood and make the guilty pay for corruption, greed and graft, reports flying out of the Auditor-General’s office in the last week have been juicy teasers, tantalising pieces alleging, at best, financial indiscretion and at worst, blatant disregard for anything but the most self-serving gratification.
THE Grand Bahama Human Rights Association said it is “appalled” that Senator Fred Mitchell “has failed to denounce and distance himself from the homophobic slurs that appeared on a Facebook page that he has publicly endorsed.” The statement came af
WITH the men’s national softball team travelling this week, the New Providence Softball Association will only open its best-of-five first round playoffs with the women’s division in the Banker’s Field at Baillou Hills Sporting Complex this weekend.
THE New Providence Basketball Association, displaying its new live statistics for all of its games on its recently constructed website, had just one match on Tuesday night with the Y-Care Wreckers pulling off a 101-82 triumph over the College of the Bahamas Caribs.