Theo Sealy

Theo Sealy is an award-winning journalist who serves as a senior broadcast reporter and weekend TV news anchor at Eyewitness News. His professional experience is extensive, with nearly two decades in broadcast and print media. He got his start in the field at 18 years old as an intern with Island 102.9FM, where he served as a radio news anchor. Since then, Theo has achieved several career milestones, including his work as a field contributor with CNN, his coverage of four consecutive general elections, his producing several docuseries and his Bahamas Press Club Awards win for “Best Television News Story” in 2018. Theo is also a lead volunteer with Hands For Hunger and an active volunteer with the Bahamas Salvation Army. 

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Hurricane Tracker

Abaconians brace for Hurricane Dorian’s arrival

ABACO, BAHAMAS — As Hurricane Dorian, the first major storm for the 2019 Atlantic Hurricane Season, makes its way to... read more »


Govt. signs $250 mil. cruise port deal with GPH

Port expected to be completed by 2020, shares will be offered NASSAU, BAHAMAS — The government and Global Ports Holdings... read more »


Dr. Sands Cautions Junior Doctors

While tempers reached a boiling point for members of the Bahamas Doctors Union (BDU) yesterday, health minister Dr. Duane Sands... read more »


MARCO’s Alert contract signed

Contract valued at $3.1 million NASSAU, BAHAMAS- The Ministry of National Security signed a $3.1 million contract with Bahamian company,... read more »


Diesel and propane sellers see uptick in sales amid power outages

BPL anticipated load shedding until fall when demand drops-off NASSAU, BAHAMAS — While months of intermittent power outages have left... read more »


PM commits public finances to fix BPL

Minnis says generation shortfall is an emergency matter NASSAU, BAHAMAS — Prime Minister Dr. Hubert Minnis confirmed yesterday that government is... read more »

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Nearly 1,900 passports uncollected

Chief passport officer says application process has gotten smoother NASSAU, BAHAMAS — The Passport Office’s Issuance Department has raised concern... read more »


Uptick in student enrollment at UB attributed to free tuition program

New and returning students who received grants thank govt. NASSAU, BAHAMAS — Richae Sturrup, a new Culinary Arts student at... read more »


Turnquest: BPL has a plan

Govt. understands challenges outages represent to public, Turnquest says NASSAU, BAHAMAS — Amid calls from the opposition for the executive... read more »


BPL aggressively pursuing renewable energy solutions

Solar power to Ragged Island by December 2019 NASSAU, BAHAMAS — In addition to traditional avenues of power generation, Bahamas... read more »


Still no details on BPL fires

BPL executive sidestep questions from the media NASSAU, BAHAMAS — Despite having completed an investigation into three fires at Bahamas... read more »


BPL on the “edge, of the cliff”

40-megawatt shortfall; load shedding to persist until fall when demand drops NASSAU, BAHAMAS — Following months of load-shedding in New... read more »


PLP blames power “crisis” on government mismanagement

BPL anticipates load shedding until fall; company operating at energy shortfall NASSAU, BAHAMAS — Progressive Liberal Party (PLP) Leader Philip... read more »


Load shedding could continue until March 2020

URCA has requested for BPL to comply with power outage reports NASSAU, BAHAMAS — Insisting that Bahamas Power and Light’s... read more »


Govt. grants security review committee 30-day extension

Committee tasked with reviewing RBDF murder at Government House NASSAU, BAHAMAS — The committee tasked with developing new policies and... read more »


RBPF launch investigations into allegations of police brutality

Graphic photos of women who alleged they were beaten made the rounds on social media NASSAU, BAHAMAS — National Security... read more »


Two weekend murders

Murder count stands at 53 for 2019 NASSAU, BAHAMAS — Two men were killed in separate incidents over the holiday... read more »


Young women allege police beat them

Authorities decline to comment on allegation of brutality NASSAU, BAHAMAS — Two Bahamian women were yesterday nursing serious facial injuries... read more »


Union Village residents unite in celebration on Emancipation Day

NASSAU, BAHAMAS — Despite unsettled weather on New Providence yesterday, residents of Union Village gathered on the Union Drive park... read more »


Weather systems to bring heavy rain and lightning

Man killed in lightning storm Monday NASSAU, BAHAMAS- The Department of Meteorology has issued a warning ahead of the holiday... read more »