A MAN has been killed in a shooting incident off Market Street on Wednesday afternoon.
Four males aged 35, 30, 18 and 17 are in custody assisting police with investigations into a shooting incident that left a man dead on Tuesday.
ONE of many local artists seeking to solidify their place in the world of music, Sketch Carey is working diligently to make his mark.
THE rapping Bahamian group known the Baintown Bois have shared their history and some of their most memorable moments with In Ya Ear.
THE organic beauty of the environment, a common thread in Je’Rome Miller’s artwork, is also a prominent feature in the artist’s eighth annual exhibition The Gift of Life…Seeing Colors.
FOR THE 25th time, The College of the Bahamas’ (COB) School of Communication and Creative Arts invited Bahamians to celebrate an evening of visual and performing arts at the Colour of Harmony festivities.
AUTHORITIES confirmed yesterday that a 22-year-old man was in custody with several other men who were being questioned in connection with a Montel Heights shooting incident.
TWO men are appealing a judge’s ruling that their right to a fair trial would not be in jeopardy without the presence of a stenographer.
WITH issues over important national issues remaining unclear, Democratic National Alliance leader Branville McCartney said yesterday that Bahamians were warned two years ago about the Christie administration’s “incompetence.”
TWO Atlantis Resort employees are under investigation after allegedly breaking into the hotel suite of hip-hop artist Rick Ross and taking “selfies” of themselves adorned in the rapper’s jewellery worth thousands of dollars.
FINANCIAL Services Minister Ryan Pinder yesterday said it was reckless for opposition leader Dr Hubert Minnis to promise repealing any tax introduced by the Christie administration that causes suffering.
A 17-YEAR-OLD American girl was left traumatised after she was strangled to near unconsciousness and forced to perform a sexual act on a middle-aged San Salvador man.
GIVING convicted sex offenders the same legal rights around children that others have exposes a major flaw in the Bahamas’ legal system, a well known attorney said yesterday.
FREE National Movement leader Dr Hubert Minnis says he will not apologise for recent comments in which he likened the Christie administration to the missing Malaysian Airlines flight.
THE stab wounds a man received the night his girlfriend was fatally stabbed on Adelaide Beach could have been self-inflicted, a jury heard yesterday.
After a year of rehabilitation from a knee injury he suffered at the 2012 Olympic Games in London, England, national triple jump record holder Leevan “Superman” Sands is back.
LUXURY retailers have been given a glimpse of the Baha Mar lifestyle.
THE lives of three Cat Island families have been improved after work by the Urban Renewal Small Home Repairs Programme.
Ministry of Works and Urban Development officials led by Permanent Secretary Colin Higgs and representatives of Urban Renewal 2.0 toured a seawall project in Cat Island Wednesday, April 16.
THE Bahamas National Trust recently brought fun to the Discovery Club programme by challenging its 41 Discovery Clubs nationwide to create attention grabbing Public Service Announcements to increase awareness of invasive species and the problems that these unwelcomed guests can cause.