PRIME Minister Perry Christie yesterday declared that public servants “double-dipping” on sick benefits is against the law and the government intends to end the practice.
JOHANNESBURG (AP) — Nelson Mandela, who became one of the world's most beloved statesmen and a colossus of the 20th century when he emerged from 27 years in prison to negotiate an end to white minority rule in South Africa, has died. He was 95.
SCOTT Aranha, the artist behind Thursday’s “Bahamas, The Beauty Beneath the Blue” photographic art show, has been diving since he was a child.
MORE than two years after 11-year-old Marco Archer was murder by a sexual predator, the government moved the highly anticipated amendment to the Child Protection Act named in the child’s memory.
WASHINGTON, DC – Dr Eugene Newry, Bahamas Ambassador to the United States, officially presented his credentials to President Barack Obama at the White House on Tuesday.
PRIME Minister Perry Christie says he is close to a resolution in negotiations for the majority stake in the Bahamas Telecommunication’s Company Ltd.
PRIME Minister Perry Christie yesterday went into great detail to explain his trip to Sri Lanka with stops in London and Rome, but failed to address the mounting concerns over its cost to taxpayers.
TRANSPORT and Aviation Minister Glenys Hanna-Martin yesterday insisted that the government was not at fault for the inability of three large cruise ships to dock in Nassau harbour last Monday.
AS the Christmas season approaches, the Royal Bahamas Police Force is warning the public, especially women, of a new “ad scam” that has resulted in thousands of dollars being stolen from unsuspecting buyers.
OPERATION Potcake will proceed as planned, but with even more foreign vets than originally expected, it was announced last night.
MARKING 20 years of conservation and remembering founder the late Sir Nicholas Nuttall, close to 400 people partied in fitting celebratory manner at the Bahamas Reef Environment Educational Foundation’s “20 Shades of Blue Full Moon Party”.
THE Annual Festival of Carols was celebrated yesterday under the theme, ‘Jesus: Marvellous and Wonderful’ at the Golden Gates World Outreach Ministries on Carmichael Road.
EXUMA park wardens have been thanked for their “heroic efforts” during the disastrous grounding of a Haitian sloop which led to the death of at least 30 migrants.
FAMILY and friends paid tributes to veteran journalist and broadcaster P Anthony White at a special memorial service held at St Agnes Anglican Church last night.
DUE to the growing economic benefits from Bahamas Speed Week Revival, Deputy Prime Minister Philip Davis announced that a new racetrack will be built at the Queen Elizabeth Sports Centre to facilitate the 60th anniversary of the event in 2014.