INFESTATION: Sanitation incinerating insect-infested wood offloaded in GB

Pintard: “We will find out.” NASSAU, BAHAMAS — Officials in Grand Bahama were last night incinerating insect-infested wood and fumigating... read more »


IN THE DETAILS: Senior physicians welcome healthcare deployment, but call lack of specifics “unfortunate”

“We hoped that their hiring would have been fast-tracked so that we could help the present situation” NASSAU, BAHAMAS —... read more »


NOT FOR HOARDING: Sand Dollar will not function like cryptocurrency, says Central Bank governor

Rolle maintains CBOB focused on improving service “We’re not in the business of trying to provide something that looks and... read more »


Police to step up enforcement of coronavirus restrictions over holiday weekend

Over 60 percent vaccination of RBPF vaccinated NASSAU, BAHAMAS — Commissioner of Police Paul Rolle said yesterday that authorities will... read more »


Aircraft that disappeared a week ago last spotted on radar over Abaco

Police say no sign of overdue aircraft or its pilot NASSAU, BAHAMAS — An aircraft and its pilot who went... read more »


COVETED ISLES: Bahamas 5th on holiday bucket list for UK travelers, Royal Caribbean survey finds

NASSAU, BAHAMAS — The Bahamas ranks fifth on the holiday bucket list destination for UK travelers, according to a survey... read more »

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Royal Star Assurance sees financial strength rating affirmed by AM Best

NASSAU, BAHAMAS — Royal Star Assurance (RSA) Ltd has seen its financial strength rating affirm by global insurance rating agency... read more »


BLEAK OUTLOOK: Bahamas on track to surpass record-setting month of coronavirus cases

Bahamas sees near 100% increase in coronavirus cases from June to July NASSAU, BAHAMAS — The Bahamas appears on track... read more »


“FOR THE 10TH TIME”: PAHO encourages vaccine push, urging govt to continue combatting misinformation

“It is not true that the increase in cases is due to vaccinated people” PAHO looking to ensure countries have... read more »


Cop killer’s sentence reduced due to “egregious breaches” of constitutional rights

“Die” Stubbs’ sentence will come to an end sometime in 2048 NASSAU, BAHAMAS — Murder convict Stephen “Die” Stubbs yesterday... read more »


WE’RE TRYING: BPL pleads for union to be “reasonable” with money demands as company yet to turn a profit

Scores of BPL employees stage sickout amid mounting tension BPL execs assert union demanding financially challenged company to pay up... read more »


TAKE THE CAKE: Leading realtor sees inquires in Eleuthera real estate “double” in the past year

“The world is rediscovering Eleuthera” NASSAU, BAHAMAS — A leading realtor says he has seen “double” the number of inquiries... read more »


FORMATION OF SUCCESS: Dredging underway at Nassau Cruise Port integral to cruise passenger increase

“We expect a strong increase in the number of ships that will visit us heading into August and throughout the... read more »


ABOUT TIME: New building permit system praised as “game changer” but architect laments it took so long

“This is something we have been agitating for two decades” Bannister says system will “revolutionize” building permit process and improve... read more »


PERSONAL RESPONSIBILITY: PM urges public to adopt self-restrictions amid surge

No further restrictions announced Children ages 12-17 to become eligible for COVID vaccine NASSAU, BAHAMAS — Prime Minister Dr Hubert... read more »


THE CHURCH MUST LEAD: Bishop Boyd supports new restrictions; says complying the Christian thing to do

“I think the church has to participate in and respect all of the restrictions that the rest of society is... read more »


THUMBS DOWN: Most Seabreeze and St Barnabas constituents feel country going in wrong direction, survey shows

NASSAU, BAHAMAS — The vast majority of respondents surveyed in Seabreeze and Saint Barnabas believe the nation is headed in... read more »


FINALLY: Healthcare workers to get long-promised honorarium for pandemic work in August

NASSAU, BAHAMAS — The Ministry of Health announced yesterday that all frontline and non-frontline workers who assisted with the national... read more »


DON’T BE FOOLED: Voters’ cards with white-out not from Parliamentary Registration Dept, says minister

Dames assures voter registration dept’s security protocols thwart fraud attempts “It is time for a change? Absolutely, and this government... read more »


Two men found dead in separate incidents

NASSAU, BAHAMAS — A man believed to be in his 50s was found dead in a warehouse behind a liquor... read more »