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Bahamas Scholastic Athletic Association basketball results
THE following games were played at The Hope Center on University Commons on Tuesday.
IC Tennis Doubles: USA’s Robins team takes top spot
THE Bahamas International Tennis Club’s 2023 Doubles Championships came to a close on Friday at the Nassau Lawn Tennis Club with the United States of America’s Robins team beating the USA Bluebirds 3-2 to take the top spot.
Top golfers move on to Great Abaco Classic event
FOLLOWING a magnificent showcase of high-level golf skills at last week’s PGA Korn Ferry Tour/Great Exuma Classic, top golfers moved on to the Korn Ferry Tour/Great Abaco Classic in Great Abaco, where they will continue the battle for 30 PGA TOUR cards and $28 million prize in money.
Entrepreneur hopes cruise giant’s PI ‘invasion’ ending
A Bahamian entrepreneur has voiced renewed optimism that Royal Caribbean may be halting its “invasion” of his leased Crown Land after it purportedly submitted a revised proposal for its $110m Paradise Island project.
Search continues for Haitian migrants who landed on Andros on Wednesday
ROYAL Bahamas Defence Force Commodore Raymond King said search efforts remain underway for some 60 Haitian migrants who were on board a vessel that illegally landed in South Andros on Tuesday.
‘Big C’ Delancey goes to Red Sox
DOMINIQUE Collie felt he could not have signed a more deserving player to the Boston Red Sox than International Elite Baseball Academy’s shortstop Chad Delancey.
Help for CB Moss’ recovery
THE family of Rev Dr CB Moss received a $1,500 donation towards his recovery yesterday.
Frank Rutherford Close subdivision unveiled
ON Friday, executives of Arawak Homes, headed by Sir Franklyn Wilson, along with Minister of Youth, Sports and Culture Mario Bowleg and other dignitaries, unveiled the new subdivision, Frank Rutherford Close, on Pine Barren Road, Prince Charles Drive.
Mental illness or possession
The print media published some months ago a tragic incident involving a mentally ill individual who was put down by law enforcement officers in New Providence. I believe that it was in December that the Senate rubber stamped the Progressive Liberal Party’s Mental Health Bill (2022), which repealed the Mental Health Act of 1969.
Riley has ‘great experience’ at Korn Ferry tournament
IT wasn’t the performance he anticipated, but Cameron Riley said he was thrilled to have been afforded the opportunity to participate in his first Korn Ferry tournament.
‘MY SON RAN SO WHY SHOOT HIM?’: ‘Youth engaged police’ say officers - as family wants camera footage
THE distraught mother of 18-year-old Kwondrick Lowe, who was killed in a police-involved shooting on Saturday, believes her son “ran for his life” when he saw the officers.
Five-year verdict delay an ‘embarrassment to justice’
The Appeal Court’s president yesterday slammed the five-year delay in issuing a verdict on a $115,489 pension theft dispute as “an embarrassment to the administration of justice in this country”.
Professional contracts for four I-Elite players
Programme aiming to expand operation
SINCE the inception of the International Elite Baseball Academy in 2012, coaches Geron Sands and Albert Cartwright have not just signed players to professional baseball contracts, they have also secured athletic scholarships to high school and colleges in the United States.
Village Rd ‘can see finish’ following up to 70% losses
Village Road businesses yesterday said they can “see the finish line” on year-long roadworks that have caused sales revenue to plummet by up to 70 percent.
Construction chief challenges minority foreign owner block
The Bahamian Contractors Association's (BCA) president has challenged whether the Government can lawfully bar a foreign investor from becoming a minority partner in a local construction company.
INSIGHT: How we can honour Kenise and help save others
THE tragic story of Kenise Darville has been in the spotlight over the past few days and many are wanting to know why we can’t do better when it comes to the care we offer our citizens.