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Officials searching for migrants after Haitian vessel runs aground in Andros
Officials are searching for migrants after a vessel from Haiti ran aground in The Bluff, South Andros on Tuesday night.
MLB The Show ‘23 cover athlete is Marlins’ Jazz Chisholm
MIAMI (AP) — Jazz Chisholm Jr, the Miami Marlins’ euro-stepping, home-run blasting all-star, has goals beyond his impressive stats. With every stolen base and acrobatic catch, Chisholm hopes to have an impact on the next generation of players.
41 migrants held after landing in Andros
FORTY-ONE migrants were apprehended in Andros yesterday after officers launched a manhunt for passengers of a Haitian wooden sloop that landed in the southern part of the island late Tuesday evening. In a statement released yesterday morning, the Immigration Department said they were alerted that a Haitian sloop ran aground in The Bluff area.
Bahamian diplomats return from Haiti ‘temporary’
PRIME Minister Philip Davis yesterday met with Bahamian diplomatic officers recently evacuated from Haiti, who expressed being “okay” despite an “abnormal” incident involving the country’s law enforcement.
FACE TO FACE: A landmark and the pioneer who created it
BEVERLEY’s Kitchen is one of the pioneering businesses on Carmichael Road, keeping up a long tradition of food, family and friends - celebrating the special things in life. Long before it became the bustling area once dubbed “City 2000” by father of the nation, Sir Lynden Pindling, Carmichael was home to Beverley’s.
Stop expecting water into wine from Pintard
I write my first letter to the editor to shake my head at the vocal minority of FNM’s who cling to hope that any of their former leaders will sit on the throne once again.
AOS gold partner for the 50th Golden Jubilee CARIFTA Games
LEADING by example as they put their “money where their mouth is,” Accounting Outsource Services Limited came on board as a Gold Partner for the 50th Golden Jubilee CARIFTA Games.
AID 'most concerned' over BPL rate hikes
A major Bahamian retailer yesterday voiced optimism that 2023 will be "marginally better" than last year while revealing it is "most concerned" about Bahamas Power & Light's (BPL) rate hikes depressing consumer spending.
‘I feel lost without little Teneisha’
THE grieving father of the three month-old that died while being cared for by a family friend is pleading for answers surrounding his daughter’s death, adding he feels “crushed” and “lost”.
Countdown to 50 is on
The 50th Independence logo and theme was officially unveiled at an event in Rawson Square on Thursday night.
HAITI CRISIS ‘A RISK’ SAYS PM: Davis says instability poses a substantial threat to Bahamas
PRIME Minister Philip “Brave” Davis said the crisis in Haiti poses a substantial threat to The Bahamas due to an increase in irregular migration.
LOC set and ready to host CARIFTA games April 8-10
THE Local Organising Committee (LOC) of the CARIFTA Games Bahamas 2023 is set and ready to host an exciting championship April 8-10.
EDITORIAL: Captain Rolle offers insight into Haiti situation
THE diplomats who have returned safely from Haiti have seen the situation on the ground there first-hand.
Red-Line Athletics track team arrives safely in Texas
MEMBERS of the Red- Line Athletics track team have arrived safely in Texas where they will be competing this weekend at the Texas Tech Under Armour High School Invitational.
VAT on health
INFLATION....did anyone notice like me that Health Insurance Premiums have gone up 12-14%?
GB airport not enough for ‘diamond in rough’
A hotelier yesterday said “it’s about time” that the “diamond in the rough” which is Grand Bahama gets polished as he warned that fixing the island’s airport will not be a cure-all for its multiple challenges.
Age is but a number
Attorney Jeanne Thompson answered Minister Mitchell very well. Ms Thompson you may have to give knitting lesson though!
American man granted bail on gun charges
AN American man was granted $12,500 bail in court yesterday after he was accused of bringing a firearm and ammunition into the county last month.
'Right track': Gov't push for big GBPA shake-up
The Prime Minister yesterday said the Government is in talks with the Grand Bahama Port Authority (GBPA) to place Freeport "on the right track" as it pushes for a major shake-up in the city's governance.
Charlton and Cartwright star at Larry Wieczorek Invitational
ALTHOUGH she doesn’t have a major indoor championship to compete in this year, national record holder Devynne Charlton said she’s pleased with her progress so far in the women’s 60 metres hurdles.