WHAT REPORT?: Former Minnis administration had BPL board probe since November 2020

NASSAU, BAHAMAS — The government is reviewing an external report conducted by a foreign organization into the controversial termination of... read more »


ENTERING THE RACE: Iram Lewis announces run for FNM leader as party turns 50

Lewis pledges to get FNM “back on track” NASSAU, BAHAMAS — Central Grand Bahama MP Iram Lewis, one of the... read more »


INJURED AND FORGOTTEN: Nurse electrically shocked in ICU has yet to receive MRI

Bahamas Nurses Union lament management for failing to expedite process NASSAU, BAHAMAS — A nurse, who sustained an electrical shock... read more »


‘NOBODY CALLED ME’: Grieving mother recounts tragedy of baby girl’s death at PMH

Protest planned for Saturday in Rawson Square at 12pm NASSAU, BAHAMAS — Amidst renewed concerns surrounding the treatment of women... read more »


‘Rationale is Clear’: PLP administration will keep Office of the Spouse of The Prime Minister despite criticisms

NASSAU, BAHAMAS — The Davis administration has decided to keep the Office of The Spouse of the Prime Minister, confirmed... read more »


FREE COVID TESTING LAUNCHES: Pilot programme to begin on Inagua today

“We have reached out to the private sector to launch our free testing programme” Darville: Benefit of free testing to... read more »

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NO APPROVALS HERE: Govt opposes power rate hike on GB; Cabinet committee to review matter

“The government of The Bahamas will not support any rate increase on any portion of the customer base on Grand... read more »


‘SOMEONE FORGOT’: Health minister says vaccine delivery got delayed due to missed application

“Now with negotiations, it will be here in the first week of November, thank God” NASSAU, BAHAMAS — The Bahamas’... read more »


READY TO RESUME: Public schools ready for face-to-face learning once health officials give green light

Frequent COVID testing being considered for reopening of schools and return to face-to-face learning NASSAU, BAHAMAS — While the majority... read more »


TOUGH SELL: Advocacy group slams GBPC’s rate increase proposal as “insensitive” and “out of touch”

GBPC says rate hike undesirable but necessary to maintain operations Coalition of Concerned Citizens prepared to protest “at a level... read more »


EXPECT EMPTY SHELVES: Shipping and supply challenges may persist into 2024, warns major distributor

“We thought it was bad last year but it has certainly gotten worse” d’Albenas, AML Foods note struggle to keep... read more »


BACK TO CLASS SOON: Govt ‘hopeful’ of return to face-to-face learning by year’s end

But return to the classroom dependent on science, medical advice and safety, says minister NASSAU, BAHAMAS — Students could return... read more »


‘IT COMES TO STEAL, KILL AND DESTROY’: Inagua hurting over continued loss of residents to COVID-19

“On the island, everybody feels the death of the person… If it hasn’t impacted you yet, it will impact you... read more »


TAKE RESPONSIBILITY: Former health minister says decisions today have led to Family Island surges

“This is when you have political pronouncements taking place before a campaign and then after you would have won a... read more »


DORIAN AND BEYOND: Bahamian historian launches storytelling project on killer storm

“I’ve always wanted to tell Bahamian stories; I’ve always wanted an avenue to do that”  Public invited to submit their... read more »


DELAYING CARE COULD BE DEATH SENTENCE: Pinder-Butler urges Family Islanders to take COVID precautions

“You don’t have a while with this; you don’t have a while…” Public education and vaccination campaign to be expanded... read more »


LESSONS LEARNED: General election post-mortem underway

Political parties and others invited to present concerns and recommendations of election procedures No date set for local govt elections... read more »


FROM BAHAMAS TO BIG BEN: Tourism ministry hires firm to boost nation’s visibility in UK market

NASSAU, BAHAMAS — The Bahamas Ministry of Tourism, Investments and Aviation (BMOTIA) is aiming to increase the country’s brand visibility... read more »


ArawakX awarded $400K in financing from Bahamas Development Bank in orange economy investment push

BDB awards over $400,000 in financing to crowdfunding NASSAU, BAHAMAS — Fintech in The Bahamas has found a champion in... read more »


URGENT ACTION: Health teams mobilized as COVID-19 cases skyrocket across archipelago

Free testing programme to pilot on impacted Family Islands Protocols on Inagua, North Eleuthera & the Berry Islands under review... read more »