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5th ‘Best of the Best Regatta’ winners are Susan Chase V, Running Tide, Captain Peg, Sassie Sue
THE fifth Best of the Best Regatta returned to Montagu for the first time in two years featuring the top sloop sailors in the island nation.
Foster Dorsett seeking another term in office
FOSTER Dorsett, who served formally as president and vice president of the Bahamas Association of Athletic Associations, has agreed to return to seek another term in office as a first vice president.
Primary School Basketball Champions crowned
THE members of the Carlton E Francis girls’ basketball team knew that there was no better way to keep the memory alive of their beloved deceased coach Sherman Smith than winning the New Providence Public Primary Schools Sports Association mini basketball tournament.
Mailboat runs aground off Egg Island
A GROUP of passengers and crew members had to be evacuated from the M/V Legacy after the mailboat ran aground in waters near Egg Island off Spanish Wells, Eleuthera, on Wednesday morning.
CARIFTA swim team named
AFTER an intense Last Chance Meet over the weekend at the Betty Kelly Kenning Swim Complex, Bahamas Aquatics selected and ratified a 39-member team that will represent the Bahamas at the CARIFTA Swimming and Open Water Championships.
CCA: WE SHOULD TAKE ADVANTAGE OF BAHAMAS – Contractor reached out for help to son of top govt advisor
Baha Mar's main contractor asked the son of Perry Christie's top policy adviser to intervene when his father proposed changing The Pointe's Heads of Agreement over how many Bahamian construction workers would be employed.
Suns finish off Pelicans in Game 6
NEW ORLEANS (AP) — Chris Paul has accomplished so many things in his 17 NBA seasons that it's nearly impossible to rank his Mount Rushmore moments.
Private bank worker’s $58k win overturned
A private bank employee has seen a $58,000 damages award against her former employer overturned after she breached its client confidentiality policies in deciding to complete work assignments at home.
WEDNESDAY UPDATES: Hurricane Nicole
Speaking this evening, Acting Prime Minister Chester Cooper said in Eleuthera, Andros and New Providence “schools and universities will resume classes tomorrow (Thursday) and all government workers are asked to return to duty.
m/v Legacy freed, now docked at Arawak Cay
SUNDAY UPDATE: The m/v Legacy has been freed after it ran aground in waters near Egg Island off Spanish Wells last week and is now docked at Arawak Cay. The vessel reportedly managed to avoid taking on water during the incident.
Fighting for rights - and naming your heroes
TOMORROW is International Woman Day and Bahamian women will join women around the world in celebrating the beauty of the feminine spirit.
Bahamas Football Association regular season heats up
THE Bahamas Football Association continued its regular season action this week at the Roscoe Davies Developmental Center.
Bran: 'Can't water out of stone' over health VAT
A former Democratic National Alliance (DNA) leader is blasting the Government's "misguided decision" to change the VAT treatment of health insurance claims payouts, arguing: "You can't get water out of a stone."
Mt Carmel senior boys 3-1 after 37-32 loss to Genesis Academy
COACH Wilton Johnson and his Mt Carmel Preparatory Academy Cavaliers senior boys’ basketball team’s winning streak came to an abrupt halt yesterday at the Hope Centre.
Jasrado Chisholm ruled out for rest of year
JASRADO “Jazz” Chisholm Jr has been sidelined for over two months and, with the MLB regular season winding down, the Miami Marlins officially ruled out their All-Star second baseman for the remainder of the year.
Carlton E Francis, CW Sawyer undefeated in mini basketball tournament
CARLTON E Francis and CW Sawyer finished undefeated in their five games played as the two days of the round robin segment of the New Providence Public Primary School Sports Association’s Mini Basketball Tournament closed out yesterday at the Kendal Isaacs Gymnasium.
STATESIDE: Why is Kremlin reportedly planning a grand celebration of its military?
THIS Sunday is celebrated generally in the West and specifically in the US and UK as V-E (Victory in Europe) Day, commemorating the Allied triumph over the Axis powers in World War II. May 8 was the date in 1945 when the German army surrendered to the victorious allies led by America and Great Britain.
Yolett McPhee-McCuin and Rebels stun Stanford, reach first Sweet 16 in 16 years
STANFORD, Calif. (AP) — Sobbing as she received hugs from friends, family and administrators, Mississippi coach Yolett McPhee-McCuin tried to grasp the magnitude of her team's stunning win against top-seeded Stanford when someone reminded her there's more basketball to be played.
BUDGET: ‘We’re going in right direction’
PRIME Minister Phillip “Brave” Davis yesterday predicted additional revenue growth for The Bahamas, adding that $2.8bn is projected in total revenue for the upcoming fiscal year.
ISLANDS SPARED MAJOR DAMAGE: Grand Bahama and Abaco ‘fared well’ in Hurricane Nicole
GRAND Bahama and Abaco avoided significant damage during the passage of Hurricane Nicole - with Acting Prime Minister Chester Cooper saying yesterday: “It looks like we have been spared the worst of it.”