SUNDAY MORNING UPDATE: Shortly after 7am on Sunday, Shavard Bain was dropped off at a wash house on Joe Farmington Road and Fox Hill Road. He is in police care and has been taken to hospital for a routine examination. He has no visible injuries.
SIX people pled guilty to more than 20 fraud related offences in connection to a $13,000 credit card scheme in a Magistrate’s Court on Friday.
ATTORNEY General Carl Bethel said the government has a strategy to oppose the European Union’s decision to classify the Bahamas as a "high risk" jurisdiction for financial crime.
BAHAMAS Union of Teachers President Belinda Wilson yesterday said teachers of CW Sawyer Primary School have returned to the classrooms but are still waiting for the assessment of the mould testing report and the full report on the structural condition of the school.
THIS year marks 45 years of diplomatic relations between Cuba and the Bahamas.
A WEST End man who was convicted in the Supreme Court in Grand Bahama of unlawful sexual intercourse with a minor of the same sex will learn his fate at a sentencing hearing in early April.
POLICE are seeking the public's assistance to help them find the suspect in a shooting on Thursday night.
REVENUE from gaming industry taxes will contribute to education in the Bahamas, particularly the Minnis administration’s mandate to make the University of the Bahamas and Bahamas Technical and Vocational Institute free, Tourism and Aviation Minister Dionisio D’Aguilar said yesterday.
PRESS Secretary Anthony Newbold has not hosted a press briefing in two months, raising questions about the purpose of his role.
BAHAMASAIR yesterday commissioned a new Boeing 737-790NG jet — an $11.4m investment with a seating capacity of 138 and a flying range of over five hours.