Bahamas holds comfortable lead at CARIFTA swimming championships

After three days of intense competition in Kingston, Jamaica, team Bahamas holds a comfortable lead over the rest of the field at the 2018 Caribbean Free Trade Agreement (CARIFTA) Swimming Championships. The Bahamas currently has a total of 543.5 points, more than 100 points ahead of second place Jamaica with 395 points. Guadeloupe is currently in […]

Police ups ante in crime fight

Dames tables 17-page police crime plan The Royal Bahamas Police Force’s (RBPF) top priority for this year is the prevention and reduction of crime with a concentration on “disrupting organized crime groups”, according to the Commissioner’s Police Plan 2018. In the 17-page document tabled in the House of Assembly on Thursday, Police Commissioner, Anthony Ferguson […]

Local farmers welcome diverse agricultural imports

While there may be farmers who aren’t keen on the idea of Haitian imports being introduced to the local Agricultural industry, there are some agriculturalists who are rallying behind Prime Minister, Hubert Minnis’ efforts to widen the variety of agricultural imports into the country. Some, like Bahamian agricultural, Shomekhan Cargill, acknowledged that many Bahamian farmers […]

PM: “Majority Rule Day Belongs to All Bahamians”

On a day that holds historic significance for the Bahamian public at large, Prime Minister Dr. Hubert Minnis released a message on the now national holiday stating that Majority Rule Day should belong to everyone. “This defining moment and historic accomplishment does not belong to any one political party or segment of our people. It crosses […]