Sweeping changes on tap for Immigration Act

Proposed Nationality Bill calls for persons to apply for status or face deportation, jail NASSAU, BAHAMAS –  Persons born in... read more »


Bahamas delegation to attend 4th WTO accession meeting

NASSAU, BAHAMAS – The Government of The Bahamas wishes to advise that a delegation is attending the 4th Meeting of... read more »

Foreign Affairs

CARICOM leaders blast Trump meeting

U.S. commits to sending Overseas Private Investment Corporation to attending countries   NASSAU, BAHAMAS – A split created among CARICOM... read more »


Trump “appreciative” of The Bahamas’ position on Venezuela

PM: Bahamas remains “firm” of Venezuelan stance   NASSAU, BAHAMAS – While reaffirming The Bahamas’ decision to recognize Venezuelan opposition... read more »


PM: Zero pressure from U.S. to alter China/Bahamas relations

Minnis says he told Trump China and The Bahamas will remain allies   NASSAU, BAHAMAS – Prime Minister Dr. Hubert... read more »


PM: Trump expressed his concern about U.S. travel advisories

NASSAU, BAHAMAS – United States President Donald Trump has expressed his concern about the impact that travel advisories issued by... read more »


Should The Bahamas independently review any vaccine approved by PAHO for wide distribution?

  • Yes (72%)
  • No (24%)
  • Unsure (4%)
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PM, Caribbean leaders meet with President Trump

PALM BEACH, FLORIDA — Bahamas Prime Minister, Dr. Hubert Minnis and Caribbean leaders from the Dominican Republic, the Republic of... read more »


PM meets with US president, first lady

Dr. Minnis joined the leaders of Dominican Republic, Jamaica, Haiti and St. Lucia in multilateral meetings with U.S. National Security... read more »


Foreign Affairs: The Bahamas enjoys excellent relations with US, China

NASSAU, BAHAMAS – The Ministry of Foreign Affairs did not waste any time on Thursday to respond to the recent... read more »


PM departs Nassau for meeting with US President Trump

NASSAU, BAHAMAS — Prime Minister Dr. Hubert Minnis and his delegation departed Nassau on Thursday on Bahamasair for a multilateral meeting... read more »


PM offers condolences to New Zealand mass shooting victims

NASSAU, BAHAMAS – The Bahamas stands in solidarity with the international community in rejection “in the strongest possible terms” all... read more »


PM to meet with US President Donald J Trump

White House statement: President looking forward to working with countries in the region to strengthen its security cooperation and counter... read more »


Bahamian allegedly attacked while in Florida

Opposition calls on govt. to state position and classify incident   NASSAU, BAHAMAS – An investigation has reportedly been launched... read more »


AG: Order in the shanty town case amended

NASSAU, BAHAMAS – Attorney General Carl Bethel revealed on Monday that the Order in the shanty town case has been... read more »


Foreign nationals charged with illegal landing, overstaying

NASSAU, BAHAMAS – Six foreign nationals were charged in a magistrate’s court last Thursday, March 14, 2019, on charges of... read more »


Young Bahamian females participate in UN gender equality talks

NASSAU, BAHAMAS – A group of 12 Bahamian females, three high school students and nine representatives of the GirlCon organization,... read more »


NAD: Grounding of Boeing Max planes not expected to impact LPIA

NASSAU, BAHAMAS – The grounding of Boeing 737 Max series 8 and 9 by most major airlines, following a fatal... read more »


African family wants govt. to hold off on cremation

NASSAU, BAHAMAS – The family of South African cruise ship employee Nabalue Bhengu, who died in New Providence last month... read more »


Rights Bahamas calls for urgent intervention at Immigration Dept. after US report

NASSAU, BAHAMAS – Rights Bahamas is calling on the Royal Bahamas Police Force  (RBPF) to launch an immediate and thorough... read more »


U.S. govt. highlights corruption in immigration

NASSAU, BAHAMAS – There have been “widespread, credible” reports that Bahamian immigration officials physically abused detainees and officials “solicited bribes”... read more »