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FAMILIES HOMELESS AFTER BIMINI BLAZE: Fire displaces eleven families as dysfunctional fire apparatus failed to bring it under control
ELEVEN families were displaced after a fire destroyed four homes in Bimini yesterday and exposed the dysfunctional firefighting equipment on the island.
IHOP to open Mall at Marathon location on Tuesday
THE IHOP franchise is getting ready to open the doors at its Mall at Marathon location – with the opening day set for Tuesday next week.
Families left homeless after blaze destroys homes on Bimini
Police on the island of Bimini are investigating the circumstances surrounding a fire which destroyed four homes and reportedly left 11 families homeless on Sunday.
Rising tennis star Michael Major Jr making his presence felt in Trinidad
WITH high expectations for his enrolment at Howard University in August, junior sensation Michael Major Jr is taking advantage of playing some high-level international tennis to get him ready for the collegiate scene.
Long-distance runner Marcel Major doing some big things
MARCEL Major of New Providence, who is an avid long-distance runner, has earned the Race Director Certification (RDC) through the Road Runners Club of America (RRCA).
Eric Wiberg: The story of the aircraft lost in The Bahamas
Sunday, 26th March, 2023.
King David and LGBTQ members
I know that from a legal perspective, a dead person cannot be defamed or slandered. This is the position of the judicial system in the United States.
‘It was a really scrappy game as both teams were trying to avoid being in last place’
IT wasn’t what former player turned coach Nesly Jean expected, but he was pleased that the men’s national soccer team drew 1-1 against St Vincent and the Grenadines in their CONCACAF Nations League match on Monday.
Esso dealers fearing rent hikes will hit all
The Bahamas Petroleum Retailers Association’s vice-president yesterday said he is “very, very concerned” by a dispute that has left one Esso dealer fearing he has no choice but to “give them back their station”.
Briland delinquency targeted in tax raids
The Ministry of Finance’s top official yesterday warned tax deadbeats “there’s consequences for non-compliance” after several Briland businesses this week saw their assets seized over alleged unpaid debts to the Public Treasury.
Bahamas blanked 3-0 by Trinidad & Tobago
TRINIDAD and Tobago didn’t waste any time putting their stamp of arrival on the outcome of their rematch against the Bahamas in the CONCACAF Nations League matchup at the Thomas A Robinson National Stadium on Friday.
Aliv ‘rings in’ fresh security partnership
CABLE Bahamas has teamed with an Amazon subsidiary for an initiative that uses technology to improve home security.
Queen’s College ‘the Strongest Chess School on New Providence island’
ASPIRING chess players from across New Providence participated in the competitive Scholastic Chess Team Championship.
Kevin Major Jr wins second straight title
FOR the second straight tournament this year, birthday boy Kevin Major Jr got to celebrate in a big way over the weekend as he got to hoist another championship trophy.
Boxers are ready for the big dance
THE visiting boxers competing on the All-Bahamian professional boxing card tonight at the Kendal GL Isaacs Gymnasium are not just excited to be here but are eager to put on a show for the Bahamian fans.
FNM chair: VAT health claims change ‘insane’
The FNM’s chairman yesterday branded the proposal to change the VAT treatment of health insurance claims as “absurd, insane and inane”, warning that it will “destroy” the medical sector if implemented as originally planned.
Ole Miss eliminated
AFTER falling short of advancing to the Elite Eight of the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) Women’s Basketball Championships, coach Yolett McPhee-McCuin urged the Bahamian public to be patient with her University of Mississippi Lady Rebels.
Receivables fear if VAT health claims change
A prominent doctor has voiced fears that medical practitioners will have to pay VAT if their patients cannot afford to do so should the Government persists with the changed tax treatment of health insurance claims payouts.
SAC VICTORIOUS: Big Red Machine win all three divisions of BAAA National High School Track & Field Championships
St Augustine’s College Big Red Machine, still celebrating their recent triumph in the Bahamas Association of Independent Secondary Schools, captured all three divisions of the Bahamas Association of Athletic Associations’ National High School Track and Field Championships and final CARIFTA Trials.
Juniors face off in BLTA Spring Classic
Day one of the Bahamas Lawn Tennis Association’s (BLTA) Spring Classic Tournament served up 21 matches yesterday as the event got underway at the National Tennis Centre.