THE Bahamas suffered its second loss in as many days in play at the Davis Cup Group III Americas competition in Escazu, Costa Rica.
POLICE in New Providence are investigating the shooting death of a man on Sunday.
A MAN was sentenced to six months in prison yesterday for receiving $47.36 worth of aerosols over the Father’s Day Weekend.
BAHAMAS Nurses Union president Amancha Williams says patience is wearing thin among nurses who are incensed by a lack of urgency by the government to finalise an industrial agreement.
NON-PROFIT organisations are still struggling to survive amid a slump in donations sparked by the COVID-19 pandemic.
THE president and director of local LGBTQIA+ group The DeMarco Foundation voiced support for Jonquel Jones after the WNBA star said her sexuality hindered her marketability.
WHEN a murder happens in a community, first responders race to the scene for two reasons – emergency medical personnel handle the victim while the police hunt down the perpetrator.
GRAND Bahama Police are investigating a suspicious death in connection with the discovery of a body at the Grand Cay waterway.
POLICE in the settlement of Palmetto Point, Eleuthera are investigating the shooting death of a man on Friday.
UNDER the patronage of Governor General of the Commonwealth of The Bahamas Cornelius and Lady Clara Smith, the Duke of Edinburgh Cup Tournament will be held this weekend at Atlantis on Paradise Island.
A MAN was fatally shot on Friday at an East Street plaza as he was in the process of collecting someone.
EXUMA’S tourism numbers remain strong despite the tragic deaths of three American tourists in May at Sandals Emerald Bay Resort.
A FREE National Movement senator yesterday questioned increased funding in the Davis administration’s 2022/2023 Budget for contract workers.
THE Sunset Pilot Club of Grand Bahama has made history as the first chartered co-ed Pilot Club on the island.
A WOMAN was sentenced to eight months behind bars for hitting another woman in the head with a metal bat.
A MAN was ordered to attend anger management classes by a magistrate yesterday for assaulting his former girlfriend.
A MAN was remanded to the Bahamas Department of Correctional Services by a Magistrate’s Court yesterday accused of an armed robbery at Montagu Beach last week.
A MAN was granted bail in a Magistrate’s Court yesterday after he faced an allegation of indecently assaulting an American teenage girl.
YOLETT McPhee-McCuin continues to make history in the coaching ranks and achieved another milestone on her résumé when she became the first woman to join the coaching staff of a Bahamas senior men’s national basketball team.
REPORTING on Bahamas Power & Light (BPL) sometimes feels like being trapped in the movie Groundhog Day.