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Man killed on Bimini Ave.

Murder count reaches 75; 13 murders in 12 days NASSAU, BAHAMAS — A man was shot and killed yesterday while... read more »

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Over 1,200 evacuate East Grand Bahama

Officials continue to urge residents to evacuate GRAND BAHAMA, BAHAMAS (6 p.m. Saturday) — As of yesterday afternoon more than... read more »

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Cornish urges GB residents to heed evacuation order

Dorian strengthens to Category 4 hurricane with 130 mile-per-hour winds NASSAU, BAHAMAS — As Hurricane Dorian is expected to severely... read more »


DPM suggests poor timing for union payments

“We don’t have a lot of room to talk about wants,” Turnquest says NASSAU, BAHAMAS — Minister of Finance Peter... read more »


Govt. failure to budget for unions startling, says Cooper

Junior doctors continue to strike over holiday pay owed since 2014 NASSAU, BAHAMAS — Following the government’s admission that it... read more »


Juniors doctors withdraw for a second day

PMH, Rand, Sandilands limited to emergency services as a result NASSAU, BAHAMAS — As junior doctors withdraw services for a... read more »

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Junior doctors withdraw services, PMH impacted

A woman in pre-labour at PMH claimed she was turned away NASSAU, BAHAMAS — Industrial action taken by junior doctors... read more »


Tourism minister agrees to meet Compass Point owner

Ease of doing business expressed by Rodney shared among the private sector, says minister NASSAU, BAHAMAS — While he did... read more »


Lloyd: Load shedding likely to impact schools

Education officials considering contingency plans amid power “crisis” NASSAU, BAHAMAS — While acknowledging that Bahamas Power and Light’s (BPL) persistent... read more »


Blood shortage at PMH leaves hospital “hanging”

Blood donations down year-over-year NASSAU, BAHAMAS — Following an announcement by the Public Hospitals Authority (PHA) that Princess Margaret Hospital... read more »


Taxi Cab union owes NIB $700,000

Union claims NIB has refused to negotiate payment plan NASSAU, BAHAMAS — Bahamas Taxi Cab Union President Wesley Ferguson said... read more »


School repairs 75 per cent completed, says Lloyd

No extra funding required for school repairs; existing budget reallocated for critical workers NASSAU, BAHAMAS — Minister of Education Jeffrey... read more »


Lloyd: Family life curriculum already in schools

Govt. reviewing all subjects as part of education reform, says minister NASSAU, BAHAMAS — While Minister of Health Dr. Duane... read more »


Sands: It is time to increase sex education among young people

Real education must begin at home, says minister NASSAU, BAHAMAS — Following a recent Department of Public Health report that... read more »


PMH Medical Records Dept. employees walkout following malfunctioned AC

Minister of Health says matter has been resolved NASSAU, BAHAMAS — Employees in the records Department of Princess Margaret Hospital... read more »


UB address systemic challenges

University welcomed students for the Fall semester NASSAU, BAHAMAS — The University of the Bahamas (UB) has addressed issues with... read more »


Dames: Crime is under control

DPM says despite downward trend, crime levels are “unacceptable” NASSAU, BAHAMAS — Following a weekend which saw three killings, two... read more »


Chamber: Increased minimum wage would impact many small companies

Statutory minimum wage increased to $210 in 2015 NASSAU, BAHAMAS — A further increase in minimum wage is likely to... read more »


School repairs will be completed for new school year

$8.9 million for school repairs NASSAU, BAHAMAS — Extensive school repairs being conducted at government schools will be completed for... read more »


Smith: Judicial system in “dire need” of reform

Chief Justice has acknowledged reforms are needed NASSAU, BAHAMAS — The judicial system in The Bahamas is in dire need... read more »