BIMS immersion program offers free scuba diving certification and marine science experience

NASSAU, BAHAMAS- The Cape Eleuthera Institute and Perry Institute for Marine Science will be hosting and supporting Black in Marine Science... read more »


Commonwealth Brewery supports Lupus242 Foundation

Nassau, Bahamas – If you were to ask a stranger if they knew what Lupus was, chances are they wouldn’t... read more »


Police issue advisory as sexual assault cases rise.

NASSAU, BAHAMAS- Police have issued an advisory warning of an increase in sexual assaults on New Providence, particularly in the... read more »


ORG offers recommendations on Ombudsman Bill

NASSAU, BAHAMAS — The Organization for Responsible Governance (ORG) has released its recommendations on the Ombudsman Bill, 2023, outlining what... read more »

Letters to the Editor

LETTER TO THE EDITOR: GB should have a private airport

Dear Editor, Former Prime Minister Hubert Minnis, with his usual lack of foresight, went ahead and purchased the Grand Bahama... read more »


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BTC makes its presence felt at 67th annual Exuma Regatta

NASSAU, BAHAMAS — BTC officially kicked off its support of the National Family Island Regatta with a $10,000 sponsorship of... read more »


Abaco schools solar project named ‘best resilience project’ in the Caribbean

NASSAU, BAHAMAS — Despite its association with the deadliest natural disaster in Bahamian history, Abaco was recently recognized at the... read more »


“NATIONAL SHAME”: Women-led groups demand action over rhetoric on gender-based violence

NASSAU BAHAMAS — Emphasizing that women need more than “platitudes and promises”, The Bahamas Crisis Centre described the national outrage... read more »


Smith launches appeal against PI Beach Club lease ruling

NASSAU, BAHAMAS- A Bahamian entrepreneur says he remains hopeful for a “diplomatic” resolution to his years-long battle to gain full... read more »


Environment minister says ministry “cracking down” on indiscriminate land clearing

NASSAU, BAHAMAS — Environment Minister Vaughn Miller says that his ministry is “cracking down” on the indiscriminate clearing of large... read more »


Bahamas backs Mexico’s appeal in $10 billion lawsuit against US gun manufacturers

NASSAU, BAHAMAS — The Bahamas is backing Mexico’s appeal over its $10 billion lawsuit seeking to hold US gun manufacturers... read more »


Doctors Hospital begins construction on $20 million Freeport hospital

NASSAU, BAHAMAS — Doctors Hospital Health System (DHHS) has announced that it has started construction on its new $20 million... read more »


Tourism leaders encourage students to consider careers in dynamic industry

NASSAU, BAHAMAS — Having a top-notch tourism product is key, but maintaining a robust pipeline for the most competent, passionate... read more »


Bahamian creativity on full display in Miami immersive art exhibit

MIAMI, FLORIDA — The Bahamas Ministry of Tourism, Investments & Aviation (BMOTIA) hosted 20 students from the University of Miami... read more »


Police investigate alleged tourist sex assault

NASSAU, BAHAMAS — A woman visitor was allegedly lured away from her friends and sexually assaulted in the early hours... read more »


Police arrest two for drug possession in separate matters

NASSAU, BAHAMAS — Two men were arrested in separate incidents after they were found in possession of dangerous drugs on... read more »


THE JOB ISN’T DONE: Village Road businesses voice frustration over lack of clean up and restoration.

NASSAU, BAHAMAS — A group of business owners said that despite project representatives touting the Village Road Improvement Project as... read more »


US EXIM Bank looking to expand financing in The Bahamas and the region

NASSAU, BAHAMAS — The US EXIM Bank is looking to expand its reach in the region according to its top... read more »


ORG Executive Director says NIB fund implementation is key opportunity to engage with citizens

NASSAU, BAHAMAS — Organization for Responsible Governance (ORG) Executive Director, Matt Aubry weighing in on recommendations for the implementation of... read more »