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Govt. and UN to launch Dorian pledge conference

“Urgent” need to raise funds to complement $10 million home repairs fund NASSAU, BAHAMAS — The government and the United... read more »

Local

Remains of 14 Dorian victims released to families

More than 50 bodies still in refrigerated trailers in Abaco some three months after the storm NASSAU, BAHAMAS – The... read more »

Local

‘From one storm to the next’, Abaco evacuees evicted from El Greco Beach Hotel shelter

NASSAU, BAHAMAS – Nearly 65 Hurricane Dorian evacuees have been evicted from the El Greco Beach Hotel where they were... read more »

Local

UN report underscores gender inequality, and widened wage gap

Parker-Edgecombe: Wage gap does not speak well to society’s view of women A United Nation’s report on human development reveals... read more »

Local

Sears urges govt. to pass Integrity Bill 

NASSAU, BAHAMAS – Former Attorney General Alfred Sears said yesterday the corruption trials of two former Cabinet ministers have set... read more »

Local

COP defends officers in viral video discharging their weapons

Commissioner says he has three videos which provide context to the incident NASSAU, BAHAMAS — Commissioner of Police Anthony Ferguson... read more »

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Local

Govt. still working out protocols with dome facility in Abaco

NASSAU, BAHAMAS – The Department of Social Services already has a list of Hurricane Dorian victims who may qualify for... read more »

Local

COP: Special team assembled to combat crime

Armed robberies continue to plague NP NASSAU, BAHAMAS — To combat increased criminal activity that is common during the Yuletide... read more »

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Harbour development opponents ‘surprise’ over swift approval claim

Balk at developer’s $100,000 pledge NASSAU, BAHAMAS- Opponents of the multi-million Briland Residence and Marina yesterday expressed ‘surprise’ over the... read more »

Business

Sears: Bahamas in ‘untenable’position with international tax evasion and money laundering entities

NASSAU, BAHAMAS- A former Attorney General yesterday reiterated calls for The Bahamas to challenge the ‘legitimacy’ of international entities such... read more »

Business

Condo specialists looking to capitalize on niche market

NASSAU, BAHAMAS – With growing interest and activity in local condominium sales and rentals, a team of real estate and... read more »

Business

AG: BPL bond fee, short-term pain for long term gain

NASSAU, BAHAMAS – The proposed $20-$30 charge Bahamas Power & Light (BPL) consumers are expected to pay as a result... read more »

Local

Bahamas maintains ranking in UN human development report

UN Human development index notes continued improvement NASSAU, BAHAMAS — The Bahamas global ranking on the United Nations Human Development... read more »

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Op-ed

Op-Ed: Hurricane Dorian – A Reset (Part 2)

By Alfred M. Sears, QC In Part 2, I will examine the economic and non-economic damage and loss suffered by... read more »

Op-ed

Op-Ed: Hurricane Dorian – A Reset (Part 1)

By Alfred M. Sears, QC The Bahamas, in the aftermath of Hurricane Dorian, can either reset by making radical reforms... read more »

Sports

Hero World Challenge Donates $184,500 to the One Bahamas Fund

From left Tiger Woods, Dr Pawan Munjal, Chairman and CEO of Hero MotoCorp and Dionisio D’Aguilar, Bahamas Minister of Tourism... read more »

Business

Labour council in the dark on minimum wage increase for public sector

NASSAU, BAHAMAS – The National Tripartite Council’s vice-chairman yesterday expressed surprise over Prime Minister Dr Hubert Minnis’s recent revelation of... read more »