New coronavirus infections, hospitalizations decline in Grand Bahama

NASSAU, BAHAMAS — Cases of COVID-19 fell 20 percent in Grand Bahama after experiencing a more than tripling of new... read more »


PM to “meditate” on new finance minister pick, decision by next week

NASSAU, BAHAMAS — A new minister of finance could be named as early as next week, according to Prime Minister... read more »


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PM promises new township for Exuma if reelected

NASSAU, BAHAMAS — The Minnis administration will construct a new township on Exuma if successful in vying for a second... read more »


IL Cares Foundation provides Thanksgiving dinner for GBCH children

FREEPORT, BAHAMAS — On Wednesday, the IL Cares Foundation hosted Thanksgiving dinner for the children of The Grand Bahama Children’s... read more »


Min of Health receives additional ventilators

NASSAU, BAHAMAS — The Ministry of Health gained another shot in the arm in its fight against the COVID-19 pandemic... read more »


Digital banking driving savings for local businesses, says banker

NASSAU, BAHAMAS — Local businesses could save up to 75 percent in banking fees should they embrace more digital banking... read more »


Bamboo Shack, Bethel Brothers Morticians join in on tablet donations

NASSAU, BAHAMAS — Bamboo Shack and Bethel Brothers Morticians yesterday made donations of 100 tablets and $5,000, respectively, towards providing... read more »


RBDF training exercises continue

NASSAU, BAHAMAS — In a continuation of recent training activities undertaken by the Royal Bahamas Defence Force (RBDF), 13 RBDF... read more »


PM reopens Barraterre Dock on Exuma; announces future projects to come

EXUMA, BAHAMAS — Prime Minister Dr Hubert Minnis yesterday officially opened the Barraterre Dock on Exuma, which had been constructed... read more »


PM: Many will travel, but residents must protect The Bahamas

NASSAU, BAHAMAS — Notwithstanding his impassioned pleas for Bahamians and residents to avoid unessential travel to other jurisdictions, including the... read more »


Athletes still expected to receive subvention for 2021 season

NASSAU, BAHAMAS — Despite the fact that many government ministries, including the Ministry of Youth, Sports and Culture, faced significant... read more »


BNT says no to oil drilling

NASSAU, BAHAMAS — The Bahamas National Trust (BNT) yesterday doubled down on its stance against oil drilling in the country,... read more »


GG makes first official visit to hometown; donates tablets to Long Island students

LONG ISLAND, BAHAMAS — Governor General Sir Cornelius A Smith, accompanied by his wife, Lady Clara, made a first official... read more »


DRA, S.T.A.R.S. Bahamas donate over 100 tablets to GB students

FREEPORT, BAHAMAS — Representatives of the Disaster Reconstruction Authority (DRA) on Grand Bahama distributed tablets to students of seven primary... read more »


Lead negotiators on Grand Lucayan sale order forensic audit of deal

NASSAU, BAHAMAS — Lucayan Renewal Holdings Ltd Chairman Michael Scott has indicated there are “reservations” surrounding the restructured proposal for... read more »


No clinical evidence of COVID reinfections in The Bahamas

Lead epidemiologist says reinfection still possible, however NASSAU, BAHAMAS — There has been no clinical evidence to support a reinfection... read more »