One man is dead and another is injured after a shooting in the Wulff Road area early on Saturday morning
LEGAL discussions between Crown and defence counsel in a murder and armed robbery trial has delayed a jury’s return to the court.
TEACHERS, classmates and loved ones gathered on Friday for a tear-filled tribute to murdered 13-year-old Keishon Williams, who was remembered as a friendly and positive student leader.
Progressive Liberal Party chairman Bradley Roberts has paid tribute to former head of the Bahamas Christian Council Bishop Samuel Green, who passed away this week.
THE former chauffeur of governing Progressive Liberal Party MP Dion Smith yesterday said the PLP does “not care” about Bahamians as he announced his candidacy with the Democratic National Alliance where he will go head-to-head with his former boss.
Friday, 24th March, 2017.
The highly anticipated Bahamas Trade Information Portal will officially be launched online April 6, and is expected to facilitate trade exports from the Bahamas to potential international buyers.
Friday, 24th March, 2017.
POLICE have issued a wanted bulletin for political activist Omar Archer Sr for questioning in reference to the possession of an unlicensed firearm.
BRAZILIAN officials in The Bahamas yesterday urged caution as international concern mounts over the quality of meat imports from that country and sought to downplay fears that prompted several bans.
FREE National Movement Leader Dr Hubert Minnis yesterday rebuked recent claims by Education Minister Jerome Fitzgerald that he is “pulling and rooting against the Bahamian people” with his continued scepticism over the future of the $3.5bn Baha Mar resort.
THE thick white smoke that blanketed communities in western and southern New Providence yesterday morning came from a combination of fires including the New Providence Landfill and a large bush fire on Carmichael Road, according to Environment Minister Kenred Dorsett.
PRIME Minister Perry Christie criticise Free National Movement Leader Dr Hubert Minnis yesterday for his recent comments on Baha Mar, questioning whether the Killarney MP understands the developments underway at the resort.
FORMER Deputy Prime Minister Brent Symonette last evening indicated that he has no interest in usurping Free National Movement Leader Dr Hubert Minnis if the party is victorious at the polls in the upcoming election.
A FATHER of seven spent much of yesterday combing through the charred remains of his home at a shantytown off Cowpen Road, searching for anything that may have survived the blaze that tore through the area Wednesday night.
SEVERAL local pastors have petitioned United States President Donald Trump to revoke any US executive orders and policies that enable the promotion of same-sex marriages in the Caribbean region as part of its foreign policy.
The Bahamas’ new mobile operator yesterday said it expects to “break even” around January 2018, having gained 50,000 subscribers to-date despite not penetrating 45 per cent of the potential market.
The Bahamas’ new mobile operator yesterday said there would be “big questions” if the sector failed to meet the latest deadline for number portability’s launch.
The Medical Association of the Bahamas (MAB) president yesterday said this nation’s best doctors are not signing up for the National Health Insurance (NHI) scheme, with the Government’s efforts to woo and pressure them seemingly failing.
An outspoken CLICO (Bahamas) policyholder yesterday warned the Government it will “make a serious mistake” if it allows the imminent general election to interfere with fulfilling its compensation pledges to Bahamians.