Although there is still some more cosmetic work to be done, architect and project manager Michael Foster said the newly constructed Andre Rodgers National Baseball Stadium will be “baseball ready” for the fourth Caribbean Baseball Cup.
A MAN was remanded to prison yesterday in connection with a string of robberies in the nation’s capital.
A MAN was fined $1,000 in court yesterday after admitting to stealing car parts from a vehicle he said was on a vacant lot.
WORKS and Utilities Minister Alfred Sears yesterday apologised to residents in Eleuthera for the continued disruption of water supply on the island, saying the matter is one of “deep concern” that officials are aggressively addressing.
TICKETS for prime Junkanoo seating in Rawson Square are selling fast as anticipation builds for the return of the country’s premier cultural expression.
THE GOVERNMENT’S shanty town committee has started surveying several irregular communities in the country as it seeks to crack down on the growing problem, according to Works and Utilities Minister Alfred Sears.
FREE National Movement vice-chairman Richard Johnson has taken legal action against party leaders Michael Pintard and Dr Duane Sands after being banned from attending future council meetings, which he claimed violated the party’s constitution.
FOUR young men were arraigned in the Supreme Court on Friday facing various charges, including two counts of armed robbery and two counts of attempted murder during the summer.
A MAN was remanded to prison on Friday in connection with the shooting death of a bus driver who had been on bail for murder in early October.
TWO men denied rape allegations in the Supreme Court on Friday for two separate sexual assault incidents in Eleuthera. One of the incidents was connected to a home invasion in late February.
THE prosecution dropped its case against a man who was accused of attempted murder after the complainant withdrew the charges.
THE family of a nine-year-old boy who was killed in a tragic traffic accident on Tuesday are devastated and struggling to come to terms with his untimely death.
FORMER Prime Minister Dr Hubert Minnis has urged Transport and Housing Minister JoBeth Coleby-Davis to disclose the number of taxi plates that have been issued, amid accusations that the law has not been followed regarding the issuing process.
A WOMAN was granted $5,000 bail yesterday after being accused of stealing almost $8,000 from the grocery store where she was formerly employed.
TWO men heading to the airport were robbed by armed men posing as police officers on Saturday.
THE Valley Boys have not come to play this Junkanoo season, with one official declaring, “when you are a Valley Boy you represent greatness.”
FREE National Movement chairman Dr Duane Sands has urged Public Works Minister Alfred Sears, KC, to help the “long suffering” people of San Salvador and Eleuthera with water challenges.
A GRAND opening for the new Nassau Cruise Port will be held in the last week in May following the multi-million-dollar project’s completion, its chief executive officer revealed yesterday.
AFTER an intense campaign, Drumeco Archer was returned on Saturday as president of the Bahamas Association of Athletic Associations for the next four years, a term that will include the hosting of the 50th CARIFTA Games and the return of the World Athletics Relays in 2024.
YOUTH, Sports, and Culture Minister Mario Bowleg officially launched the start of the 2022/23 Junkanoo season after a two-year hiatus due to the COVID-19 pandemic.