UNDERMINED: Constituencies Commission chair accuses PM of “undermining” boundaries report

Speaker asserts PM has made up party paraphernalia with 39 seats slogans NASSAU, BAHAMAS — Constituencies Commission Chairman and Speaker... read more »


Govt. defends shantytown eradication plan, asks court to dismiss any reference to “ethnic cleansing”

NASSAU, BAHAMAS — As counsel for the government defended its shantytown removal policy in the Supreme Court yesterday, lead attorney... read more »


PUMP THE BREAKS: Johnson & Johnson’s Janssen vaccine delayed in Europe as blood clot reports confirmed

Six cases of blood clots out of more than 6.8 million doses administered CDC, FDA recommend US suspends use “out... read more »


CUT IT OUT: Businessman slams “non-Eleutheran” opposition to Disney’s Lighthouse Point project

“The negativity must stop and the voices of Eleutherans need to be heard” Sands decries “more concern about stopping Disney... read more »


UNBOTHERED: Health minister says no additional COVID-19 restrictions despite reports of third wave

Wells attributes increase in cases to social events; expresses confidence in existing mitigation measures and vaccine rollout NASSAU, BAHAMAS —... read more »


DON’T MISS THE BOAT: Bowe cautions nation to be prepared to take advantage of tourism revival

Prominent finance expert says Bahamas should avoid “having knee-jerk reaction to opportunities”; notes need for holistic national development plan NASSAU,... read more »


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DOING IT THEMSELVES: Local environmentalist organizing further public consultation on Disney EIA

Duncombe decries EIA as inadequate “We are not trying to get rid of Disney; we would just like them to... read more »


BROTHER’S KEEPERS: Assistance pours in for St Vincent & Grenadines after La Soufriere volcano eruptions

BRIDGETOWN, BARBADOS — The Caribbean Policy Development Centre (CPDC) yesterday joined with the regional and international community in expressing its... read more »


Pilot Club Bahamas District recognizes “Brain Injury Awareness”

NASSAU, BAHAMAS — Pilot International along with the Bahamas District of Pilot International last month celebrated “Brain Injury Awareness”. To... read more »


Scores invest in free BTVI soft skills training

NASSAU, BAHAMAS — A comprehensive program, developed and delivered by the Bahamas Technical and Vocational Institution (BTVI), has resulted in... read more »


Op-Ed: Commitment to people-centered justice

By Allyson Maynard-Gibson, QC “It is time for a commitment to justice in its broadest sense — as a system... read more »


ENVIRONMENTAL ENTERTAINMENT: KB releases new single “Das Why We Savin’ Da Bays”

Bodie once again teams up with Save the Bays to raise awareness about protecting the country’s natural resources FREEPORT, GRAND... read more »


CARIBBEAN SOLIDARITY: Bahamas Cabinet reviewing how to assist St Vincent & Grenadines

NASSAU, BAHAMAS — Prime Minister Dr Hubert Minnis said yesterday he is monitoring the volcano eruptions in St Vincent and... read more »


Body found in waters off the former Pioneers Shipping Dock

NASSAU, BAHAMAS — Police fished the partially decomposed body of a man from waters off the former Pioneers Shipping Dock... read more »


11 Haitians charged after Abaco Farm raid

NASSAU, BAHAMAS — Deputy Chief Magistrate Andrew Forbes charged 11 Haitian nationals in Magistrate’s Court #8 for various immigration offenses... read more »


Man killed in Key West Street stabbing

NASSAU, BAHAMAS — A man was stabbed on Key West Street following an argument with another man and later died... read more »


MARK YOUR CALENDARS: Govt’s upscale housing development application process to open this summer, says PM

“There will be no favoritism, no speculation and flipping of properties” NASSAU, BAHAMAS — Prime Minister Dr Hubert Minnis said... read more »