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A WOMAN has come forward to police to file a missing persons report following the discovery of a child submerged in a pond on Tuesday.
A $170m investment targeted at Exuma’s southern tip is pledging to create up to 300 full-time jobs - plus several hundred construction posts - via the phased build-out of a mixed-use resort and residential project.
The now-former chief justice has ordered that a Bahamian International Business Company (IBC) be resurrected from its dissolution more than 17 years ago to rescue multi-billion dollar litigation involving the Bacardi rum fortune.
The Bahamas Telecommunications Company (BTC) was not among its ultimate parent’s best Caribbean performers during the 2022 second quarter as revenues flat-lined against prior year comparatives.
The Prime Minister’s hint that the Government is mulling lower taxation for gas station operators was yesterday branded the “right approach” even though margin increases may not be considered.
THE reopening of Nassau’s historic Surrey industry was held yesterday in Rawson Square.
TRANSPORT and Housing Minister JoBeth Coleby-Davis says she is hoping relief packages for bus drivers will be sorted out this week.
SIR Brian Moree was sworn in yesterday as a justice of the Court of Appeal.
THE Bahamas will host Caribbean Heads of Government at the Baha Mar resort later this month, Prime Minister Phillip “Brave” Davis announced yesterday.
BIRMINGHAM, England: Alonzo Russell felt he gave all he had but, despite a comeback down the stretch, it wasn’t enough to get a lane in Sunday’s final of the men’s 400 metres.
THERE have been mixed views among some vendors at the Nassau Straw Market regarding the rotation of working days since the facility was reopened last November.
A WOMAN was placed on three months’ probation yesterday after admitting assaulting a female police officer.
A MAN was granted $7,000 bail yesterday for alleged firearm and ammunition possession.
A MAN was granted $4,500 bail in a Magistrate’s Court yesterday after allegedly being found with more than three pounds of Indian Hemp.
A PASTOR was granted $3,000 bail yesterday after allegedly attacking a woman with a knife.
DIANE PHILLIPS: Who really named The Bahamas? Was it Lucayans, not the Spanish and does it really mean what we think?
FOR AS long as any of us can remember, we have believed what we have been tol that the Spanish who first discovered these islands in 1492 gave them their name, Bahama, meaning shallow sea.
THE Bahamas Bodybuilding and Fitness Federation’s inability to travel to regional competition has been a much debated topic of discussion recently and the Ministry of Youth, Sports and Culture sought to clarify the issues.
BAHAMIAN tennis player William McCartney won the Torneo Summer Sportinca, BLN, ALE, INFC (Real Federacion Espanola De Tennis) tournament in Mallorca.
Throughout the length and breadth of our archipelago, the level of excitement surrounding the 50th independence celebrations scheduled for July 10, 2023, is building among Bahamians.
PRIME Minister Phillip “Brave” Davis insists his administration is living up to promises it made to nurses and teachers despite the opposition’s claim that the government has failed to adequately address their concerns.