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Senate: Are we properly constituted to be here?

NASSAU, BAHAMAS — Leader of Opposition Business in Senate Fred Mitchell yesterday questioned whether Senate was constitutionally allowed to meet,... read more »

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Doctor’s Hospital to introduce same-day PCR COVID-19 testing

Private health facility monthly testing capacity pegged at 12,000 NASSAU, BAHAMAS — Doctor’s Hospital will introduce same-day PCR COVID-19 testing... read more »

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One American dead, another missing after vessel ran aground near South Bimini

Two other boaters injured NASSAU, BAHAMAS — Authorities are searching for a missing boater after an American registered vessel ran... read more »

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Immigration defends Baker’s Bay work permits

420 Bahamians currently employed on project NASSAU, BAHAMAS — Minister of Financial Services, Trade & Industry and Immigration Elsworth Johnson... read more »

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Baker’s Bay foreign workers tested for negative for COVID-19

NASSAU, BAHAMAS — Baker’s Bay executives have confirmed that 135 Mexicans who arrived in The Bahamas on Thursday to assist... read more »

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Survey works completed for Long Island water mains extension project

NASSAU, BAHAMAS — Water and Sewerage Corporation Executive Chairman Adrian Gibson announced major progress has been made to bring potable... read more »

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Former BCA president slams approval of Bakers Bay foreign workers

NASSAU, BAHAMAS — A former Bahamian Contractors Association (BCA) president yesterday said he was ‘personally aggrieved’ that the Baker’s Bay... read more »

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Supreme Court dismisses Omar Archer’s constitutional motion in libel case

Justice Klein recommends Parliament give serious consideration to criminal libel laws NASSAU, BAHAMAS — A Supreme Court judge has dismissed... read more »

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High-risk travelers will be denied entry

Multiple levels of screening to minimize risk of resurgence NASSAU, BAHAMAS — Health and tourism authorities yesterday said there are... read more »

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Police investigating Goodmans Bay drowning

NASSAU, BAHAMAS — Police are investigating an alleged drowning incident on Goodmans Bay beach yesterday. According to reports, a man... read more »

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UB North VP calls for clarity over northern campus

NASSAU, BAHAMAS – Eyewitness News understands that the University of The Bahamas is considering shutting down normal operations at its Northern... read more »

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Compass Point owner issues fresh threat to govt.

NASSAU, BAHAMAS — For the second time in just under a year, Leigh Rodney, the owner of Compass Point on... read more »

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Police stand by Dorian missing number

NASSAU, BAHAMAS — The Commissioner of Police 2020 Policing Plan indicates that police recorded only 54 missing people in the... read more »

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Fiscal restraints limit hiring of medical doctors — PMH administrator

NASSAU, BAHAMAS — Princess Margaret Hospital (PMH) Administrator Mary Walker said yesterday pointed to fiscal restraints on the Public Hospitals... read more »

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Transport: No increase in jitney fares

NASSAU, BAHAMAS — The Ministry of Transport and Local Government yesterday advised public bus fares have not increased. “The Ministry... read more »

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Health officials investigating COVID-19 test results for Baker’s Bay foreign workers

NASSAU, BAHAMAS — Health authorities have revealed they are still waiting to receive proof of COVID-19 testing from a group... read more »

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Uproar over Bakers Bay foreign workers

NASSAU BAHAMAS – Images of dozens of Mexican workers making their way to Abaco today for the construction of the... read more »

Coronavirus

Abaco business in breach of COVID orders temporarily shut down

NASSAU, BAHAMAS — An Abaco business has been shut down after authorities found patrons failing to adhere to the emergency... read more »

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Mechanical failure blamed for BPL major early morning outage

NASSAU, BAHAMAS — Several engines tripped offline at the Clifton Pier Power Station due to a mechanical failure, according to... read more »

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Police arrest Jamaican ‘hitman’

GRAND BAHAMA, BAHAMAS — A known Jamaican hitman who is believed to have traveled to The Bahamas to perform a... read more »