Union to seek answers from CIBC “top brass” over nixed GNB deal

NASSAU, BAHAMAS — Bahamas Financial Services Union (BFSU) President Theresa Mortimer said yesterday that the union has asked to meet... read more »


Roberts: “I really hope the worst is over”

NASSAU, BAHAMAS — Super Value Owner Rupert Roberts expressed hope that “the worst is over”, with his food store chain... read more »


Bahamian environmentalist wins “Green Nobel Prize”

Kristal Ambrose’s youth activism spurred ban on single-use plastics  NASSAU, BAHAMAS — Kristal Ambrose, a marine biologist from The Bahamas,... read more »


COP: “We’ll catch you”

NASSAU, BAHAMAS  — While there have been fewer officers seen stationed at checkpoints on New Providence during curfew, dozens of... read more »


Equality Bahamas urges govt. to implement sex education courses

NASSAU, BAHAMAS — Following a recent study by the University of The Bahamas regarding the sexual knowledge of Bahamian college... read more »


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Credit demand declines sharply in first half of 2020

NASSAU, BAHAMAS — A Central Bank survey of bank lending conditions has revealed that demand for credit declined sharply across... read more »


Cooper urges government to engage Scotiabank to delay or cancel Out Island pull-out

NASSAU, BAHAMAS — Exuma and Ragged Island MP Chester Cooper today implored the government to immediately engage in discussions with... read more »


Body of a man found, foul play suspected

NASSAU, BAHAMAS — The body of a man was found shortly before 8 pm on Saturday on Fifth Street, Coconut... read more »


Cooper: “Not much new or revolutionary” from PM on ERC recommendations

NASSAU, BAHAMAS — Progressive Liberal Party (PLP) deputy leader and shadow finance minister Chester Cooper yesterday said a preliminary review... read more »


Clinical Recovery: Retesting some positive COVID-19 cases not a necessity

Some people can test positive for several weeks after recovery without being infectious  NASSAU, BAHAMAS — Dr. Nikkiah Forbes, Director of... read more »


Labour Director: No evidence of new shift system for nurses, investigation ongoing

NASSAU, BAHAMAS — Director of Labour John Pinder yesterday said he has seen no evidence that there have been changes... read more »


2020 storm names list nearly exhausted

NASSAU, BAHAMAS — There are only four storm names remaining for the 2020 Atlantic hurricane season before forecasters have to... read more »


System failure forces island-wide blackout on New Providence

NASSAU, BAHAMAS — Bahamas Power and Light (BPL) said a system failure at its Clifton Pier Power Station A led... read more »


DRA: MOFA pursuing seven govts. for Dorian pledges

NASSAU, BAHAMAS — The government is still waiting to receive funds and services pledged from worldwide governments and institutions during... read more »


Emergency Order outlines latest restrictions

NASSAU, BAHAMAS — The government has issued the latest emergency orders outlining a range of eased restrictions, including the removal of... read more »


VINDICATED: Supreme Court rules in favour of Jamaican national Matthew Sewell

Sewell seeking $27 million in damages  NASSAU, BAHAMAS — A Supreme Court judge has ruled in favor of Jamaican national... read more »


Chisholm makes first start in the major league

NASSAU, BAHAMAS- Jazz Chisholm will make his first major league start at shortstop tonight and will bat ninth for the... read more »


Hurricane Dorian: Barri and the Six

NASSAU, BAHAMAS – It’s been one year since Grand Bahama and Abaco residents faced the merciless beating of Hurricane Dorian.... read more »


Several men arraigned in Magistrate’s Court

NASSAU, BAHAMAS — Several men were arraigned in the Magistrate’s Court yesterday on several different charges, ranging from fraud and... read more »