New fleet of vehicles to improve efficiency of Public Works

NASSAU, BAHAMAS – A multi-million-dollar approval handed down by Cabinet has made way for the purchase of a new fleet... read more »


Taxi cab union finally air concerns with Transport Minister

Moratorium and new plates discussed at recent meeting NASSAU, BAHAMAS – It appears as if some of the many concerns... read more »


Davis: Why pave Sir Milo when other roads are in a poorer state

NASSAU, BAHAMAS – Opposition Progressive Liberal Party (PLP) leader Philip ‘Brave’ Davis yesterday called into question the government’s motive for... read more »


PM: We must review traffic laws

Indicating that the government must bring about harsher penalties for serious road traffic offenses, Prime Minister Dr. Hubert Minnis said... read more »


Traffic fatalities on par with murder count

NASSAU, BAHAMAS – The traffic fatality count for 2019 is now on par with the murder count, forcing traffic officials... read more »


Traffic fatality recorded on JFK Drive

Traffic cop reminds drivers to be cautious and avoid distraction NASSAU, BAHAMAS – Just moments after the country’s 18th traffic... 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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Aviation minister: “Glaring deficiencies” in ATC being addressed

Pilot and controller contributed to 2018 near mid-air collision, report says NASSAU, BAHAMAS – While assuring that The Bahamas has... read more »


219 motorists ticketed in the past 24 hours

NASSAU, BAHAMAS – Just one week after the Road Traffic (Amendment) Regulation, 2019 bill was passed in the House of... read more »


Bahamasair places restrictions on baggage to the southern Bahamas

One checked piece no more than 50 lbs and one carry-on, no more than 18 lbs NASSAU, BAHAMAS: Bahamasair, the... read more »


Taxi Cab Union to release new Uber-like app

NASSAU, BAHAMAS – The Bahamas Taxi Cab Union is releasing a new Uber-like app to modernize their services, according to... read more »


Honda owners urged by local dealer to take advantage of airbag replacement event

Week-long event begins April 9that old City Market, Village Rd. NASSAU, BAHAMAS – Honda is recalling approximately 1.2 million vehicles... read more »


Former minister laments increased police powers of arrest

Opposition supports limiting electronic use and open alcoholic beverages    NASSAU, BAHAMAS – Englerston MP Glenys Hanna-Martin said yesterday that... read more »


Road traffic amendments will “save lives”

NASSAU, BAHAMAS – As he expressed the critical need for the government to curtail road traffic fatalities in the country,... read more »


BREAKING: 2 dead in 2 separate traffic fatalities

Police are investigating the country’s latest traffic fatalities that have left two persons dead. The first incident occurred late Sunday... read more »


Environmentalists: Disney HOA reveals worst fears

NASSAU, BAHAMAS – Several environmentalists yesterday characterized the heads of agreement for Disney’s $250 million project in Eleuthera, which was... read more »


Tourist arrivals not affected by Boeing 737 Max suspension

NASSAU, BAHAMAS – The tourism industry has experienced little to no impact from Boeing’s decision to ground its global fleet... read more »


New sidewalks frustrating Carmichael Road bus drivers

NASSAU, BAHAMAS – As the government moves to improve the safety of pedestrians in the Carmichael Road area with the... 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 »


Opposition slams govt. for “secret deal” signed with Disney

NASSAU, BAHAMAS – Various stakeholders are calling into question government’s recent Heads of Agreement (HOA) signed with Disney Cruise Lines... read more »


Govt.: Disney HOA to be tabled March 20

NASSAU, BAHAMAS – After being slammed by the Opposition and environmentalists for not allowing the media to attend last week’s... read more »