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Mackey Jr and Levarity get double doubles in win
BOTH Bahamian players posted double doubles to bring an end to Lyon’s two game skid in France’s Nationale Masculine 1 League.
BFA empowers women to become soccer coaches
WITH a mandate to increase awareness and interest in the sport of football throughout the country, the Bahamas Football Association is doubling its efforts to train women to become coaches.
Roadmasters’ Bahamas Half Series November 20
BAHAMAS Roadmasters Running Club (BRRC) is busily making final preparations to stage its 10th Annual Bahamas Half Race Series. Leading a list of notable sponsors is the renowned US-based health care provider, Cancer Treatment Centers of America (CTCA).
Robinson wins Bahamas Professional Golf Association’s Korn Ferry Qualifier
BOOKS ANOTHER TRIP TO THE GREAT EXUMA CLASSIC
DEVAUGHN Robinson booked another trip to the Great Exuma Classic by winning the Bahamas Professional Golf Association’s Korn Ferry Qualifier by five strokes on Monday at the Ocean Club Golf Course on Paradise Island.
Demolition of police station
Anyone who reads The Tribune’s Weekend magazine will probably know of my interest in Bahamian history and the preservation thereof.
Two dead after traffic accidents
Police in New Providence are investigating two separate traffic accidents in which two people died on Sunday.
Man charged in connection with $1million drug bust
A MAN was granted $30,000 bail in a Magistrate’s Court yesterday in connection with a $1 million drug bust off the coast of Grand Bahama in 2018.
More than 60 boats expected in 5th Best of the Best Regatta
WITHOUT any major regatta to skipper to accumulate points this year, the Ministry of Agriculture, Marine Resources and Family Island Affairs has opened the field to include more than 60 boats to participate in the fifth Best of the Best Regatta.
Pedestrian dies after collision with vehicle
A MALE pedestrian is dead after being struck by a vehicle while crossing a street in Grand Bahama on Wednesday, said police.
Changing of the guard at hospital foundation
THE Princess Margaret Hospital Foundation, founded in 2003 to provide funding to the hospital, recently toasted a warm thank you to outgoing chairman Richard C Demeritte.
McFall, McCoy off to good start in NCAA Div. ii
BOTH Johnathan McFall and Malachi McCoy got their senior seasons off to promising starts as the NCAA Division II basketball season tipped off last weekend in early season tournament play.
Swim meet held in honour of the late coach Sue Coleby
MAKO Aquatics Club’s Harold Simmons broke the only record on Saturday as the Bahamas Aquatics hosted its eighth annual CG Atlantic Medical Invitational at the Betty Kelly Kenning Swim Complex.
Strikers Boxing Club hits CR Walker
With a renewed focus on getting more young people involved in sports, Strikers Boxing Club introduced the sport to a group of students at the CR Walker Secondary High School.
‘Be careful’ urge police after new road deaths
POLICE are warning people to be careful on the streets after two more traffic deaths occurred on Sunday — one in Eleuthera and another in New Providence that left a man and a woman dead.
Skyler, 11, breaks two Bahamas Open records
Grand Bahamian Skyler Smith stamped her name on a part of Bahamas Open records on Saturday to highlight the performances posted as the Lightning Aquatics Swim Club hosted its first Fall Invitational Swim Meet at the Betty Kelly Kenning Swim Complex.
Optimist North American Sailing Championships in Nassau next week
THE Optimist North American Championship (OPTINAM) is a large, high profile junior sailing event hosted annually at different locations around the North Americas and Caribbean.
Deyton Albury and Paul Greene help Chipola move up in NJCAA rankings
DEYTON Albury and Paul Greene continue to lead Chipola’s ascent up the national rankings while Emmanuel Alexandre and Colin Storr’s production continue to lead the group of Bahamians at Northeast Community College.
Shamar Burrows leads Tigers to opening weekend wins
SHAMAR Burrows and the defending Atlantic University Sport champion Dalhousie Tigers began their 2022-23 campaign on a winning note with back-to-back wins on opening weekend.
Albury and Greene lead Chipola to no.6 ranking
DEYTON Albury and Paul Greene have led Chipola to a no.6 national ranking while the Bahamian contingent at Northeast Community College continues to put up major numbers in their sophomore campaign.
WORLD VIEW – Not a moment to waste: Small island states must defend themselves
CALL me a cynic, but years of participation in negotiations between developed and developing countries have schooled me to be cautious about grand announcements and promises. The devil is usually in the detail. Experience has taught me to remain hopeful, but to be vigilant in ensuring the commitments, pledges and promises are kept.