TWO men were granted bail after being charged in Magistrate Court’s yesterday on separate charges of causing harm.
JAZZ Chisholm Jr and the Miami Marlins completed a three-game sweep over Lucius Fox and the Washington Nationals.
THE Republicans are widely favored to win majorities in both the House of Representatives and the Senate this November. This has been a heartening rallying cry for the GOP, but their increasingly smug assurance of victory might be faltering a bit these days.
A WOMAN was remanded to prison yesterday after she was charged with stabbing her boyfriend in his right eye.
While the western media agonises over Russia’s supposedly out-of-the-blue intervention in a war that their audiences probably do not realise has been going on since 2014, half a world away events are transpiring that show the staggering hypocrisy and double standards that neo-colonial politicians in certain countries continue to press upon the world.
THEY were members of the same International Signing Class in 2015 and now seven years later, Jazz Chisholm Jr and Lucius Fox made Bahamian baseball history once again at the major league level.
Bahamians were yesterday urged to “hope and pray” that the World Bank’s forecast of high food and energy costs lasting three years does not come true, with cooking oil and other staples increasing by up to 80 percent in recent months.
BAHA MAR... snubbed By PM! Years open incredible success but celebration snubbed by Prime Minister - Deputy Prime Minister-Minister of Tourism and virtually all of Cabinet as they were off to Regatta! A massive red-letter day...massive investor confidence, but No.
THREE men who denied gun-related charges were remanded to prison yesterday.
THE capacity of the United Nations to take meaningful action in dealing with a world crisis is all too often hampered by the veto system in the Security Council. After examining this in a recent column and discussing the need for UN reform, it may be helpful now to follow up with information about two new developments concerning the organisation’s involvement in Ukraine.
PRIME Minister Philip “Brave” Davis said remaining mask mandates in the country could be totally lifted by the summer, adding officials are currently mulling over whether indoor venues have proper ventilation to ensure COVID-19 does not circulate easily in those settings.
A WOMAN accused of killing a man by reckless driving earlier this year and then fleeing the scene was granted $10,000 bail yesterday.
JACOBI Bain and his Xavier University of Louisiana Gold Rush men’s tennis team have advanced to the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA) National Championships.
AFTER leaving his Your Essential Store (YES) Giants with a 2-0 lead in their New Providence Basketball Association men’s division II championship series, coach Mark Hanna said he was disappointed to come back and see that the Sun Oil Rockets pulled even at 2-2.
An eventful weekend for Jazz Chisholm featured a career milestone, two home runs and one viral moment saw the Miami Marlins infielder become one the slugging percentage leaders in all of Major League Baseball.
Rugby Americas North (RAN) officially announced its tournament schedule for its Sevens Qualifiers as The Bahamas prepares to host the top national programmes in the region.
AS mask mandates are overturned and removed in other parts of the world, we are forced to depend more heavily on others to help manage our own risks related to COVID-19.
KELLY’S House & Home donated 24 Easter baskets for boys, and 24 for girls and numerous plush toys for the children and infants hospitalised at Princess Margaret Hospital.
A MAN was remanded to prison yesterday after being charged with murder.
A senior hotelier yesterday voiced optimism that The Bahamas’ achievement in attaining the highest-possible COVID rating with US health regulators “paves the way” for both to review the testing protocols required to enter their nations.