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PM: Bahamian athletes making country proud

NASSAU, BAHAMAS — Prime Minister Dr Hubert Minnis yesterday acknowledged several Bahamian athletes competing on the international stage. In a... read more »


NO HARM DONE: Positive COVID cases on cruise ships unlikely to be “detrimental” to industry rebound, says port chief

“Our reality is that there will be people that test positive” NASSAU, BAHAMAS — Nassau Cruise Port Chief Executive Officer... read more »


“HORRIFYING”: Environmentalists concerned whether tree-killing beetle onboard ship let loose on GB

“These bugs can devastate the forest; they are infamous for what they do” BNT exec: We really hope none of... read more »


KEEP UP, BPL: BCCEC energy exec says frequent power outages on New Providence “extremely frustrating”

“We can’t keep going through this every summer” NASSAU, BAHAMAS — A Bahamas Chamber of Commerce and Employers’ Confederation (BCCEC)... read more »


Third National Election Debate series to focus on “Constitutional Reform and Human Rights”

Noted activist, ORG and unions commend debate series for furthering democracy and accountability Future debate participants prohibited from reading lengthy... read more »


Woman marine gives perspective on challenges of being a combat diver in male-dominated field

“Opportunities must be given to both genders to succeed equally in their career paths” NASSAU, BAHAMAS — Leading Woman Marine... read more »


Six passengers on board Royal Caribbean test positive for COVID-19

NASSAU, BAHAMAS — Six passengers, two of them unvaccinated minors, on board a Royal Caribbean International (RCI) ship docked in... read more »


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 »


NOT GOOD ENOUGH: Davis bashes govt’s response to coronavirus surge; says public safety efforts must improve

Davis: Govt underutilizing critical tools in pandemic fight “The Minnis government never seems to have a plan” NASSAU, BAHAMAS —... 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 »