All results / Stories
THE University of The Bahamas Mingoes men’s soccer team put its undefeated season on the line in Bahamas Football Association action Sunday against United FC. This was the third time UB had risked the streak snap and this week it happened.
BISHOP Patrick L Wooden of the Upper Room Church of God in Christ in Raleigh, North Carolina has taken grave exception to Beyoncé Knowles-Carter’s “Denial” poem. The poem was penned by a British poet of Somali extraction, Warsan Shire, and is featured in the Beyoncé 2016 “Lemonade” album as a prelude to the second tract “Hold Up.”
PUBLIC prosecutions director Garvin Gaskin said he and his team will continue to “press for the due advancement of the criminal justice system” in the wake of criticisms about his performance from National Security Minister Wayne Munroe.
KAI Jones has taken full advantage of his increased opportunities recently in the rotation for the Charlotte Hornets.
EQUESTRIAN sport achieved another milestone this weekend as The Bahamas became the third country after Jamaica and Barbados to obtain certification of competition officials from the Caribbean Equestrian Association (CEA), while also holding the inaugural Bahamas leg of the CEA Mini Jumping Challenge.
A GROUP of the country’s sporting icons joined a fraternity of elite company when they were inducted as new members to the National Sports Hall of Fame.
Fred Ramsey, a Pioneer and True Fox Hill Patriot. I have known Fred Ramsey for most of my life. He and his family lived opposite our home on Bernard Road, Fox Hill. Born on 24th March, 1937, he was raised by his Grand Aunt, Anna Bonamy, and a cousin, Julia Saunders, two strong women who demanded respect and discipline from him and his other family members.