RED CARPET BUT GREEN GOALS: PM says talks held on climate change as Royals arrive – and prince offers help to restore coral
THE Duke and Duchess of Cambridge were greeted to a red-carpet welcome that included live performances and local fanfare in a brief ceremony held at Lynden Pindling International airport yesterday.
HEAVY flooding caused by Hurricane Nicole’s outer bands resulted in several roads in New Providence being closed yesterday.
Strong line of thunderstorms approaching Abaco & East Grand Bahama and Real-Time projected track of Major Cat 3 Hurricane Ian:
Despite overcast skies, marchers turned out in force for the Randol Fawkes Labour Day March which started at Seagrape, Eight Mile Rock, at 8am on Friday and concluded at the St Stephen's Anglican Church grounds where various trade union representatives spoke.
Police say they are aggressively searching for a man who shot and killed a woman at Arawak Cay early on Sunday.
THERE was a record 12.37 inches of rainfall on Saturday as the western part of New Providence experienced serious flooding sparked by torrential downpour.
A TROPICAL STORM WARNING REMAINS IN EFFECT FOR THE ISLANDS OF GRAND BAHAMA & BIMINI .. RAIN BANDS FROM HURRICANE IAN WILL CONTINUE TO AFFECT NORTHWEST AND CENTRAL BAHAMAS THROUGH FRIDAY..
A man was shot dead by police after an incident in Chippingham early on Monday morning.
Special Weather Statement issued by the Bahamas Department of Meteorology at 2:00 pm EST Sunday, 6th November 2022.
A VIDEO of scores of dead fish scattered ashore on Delaporte Beach made the rounds on social media yesterday causing concern.
THE Bahamas Roadmasters Running Club (BRRC) continued its spirit of philanthropy with recent donations totalling $3,000.
ONE man is dead and another is in hospital after they were shot on Friday night.
DWIGHT Coleby’s next stop on his professional basketball journey will take him to the Venezuelan SuperLiga.
7:30AM SKYGuard | Bahamas Dept of Meteorology Real-Time satellite long range projected track of new tropical cyclone, now named Ian.
THE National Emergency Management Agency continues to closely monitor the track of Hurricane Ian which forecasters anticipate could bring heavy rainfall to the northwest Bahamas.
STUDENTS of the L W Young Boys and Girls Empowerment Club participated in a one-day seminar at the Fox Hill Community Centre on Friday.
THERE were 6.18 inches of rainfall from Friday to Sunday morning in Nassau - above average activity, Chief Meteorological Officer Patricia Weeks said yesterday.
RESIDENTS of the southern Bahamas were bracing for tropical storm conditions last night as Hurricane Fiona continued on its path towards those Family Islands.