Man shot and killed by police after assault on elderly woman and shotgun attack

NASSAU, BAHAMAS — A man was shot and killed by police today after he reportedly assaulted an elderly woman at... read more »

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Man killed in bar shooting

NASSAU, BAHAMAS — A man died from gunshot injuries last night after a gunman opened fire in a bar at... read more »


VACCINE PERKS: PM announces vaccination day for those vaccinated

NASSAU, BAHAMAS — Prime Minister Dr Hubert Minnis has announced a vaccination day where he said individuals who have been... read more »


Haitian woman and child dead after boat capsizes — search continues for missing boaters

NASSAU, BAHAMAS — A Haitian woman and a boy died yesterday following a vessel capsizing in waters off Grand Bahama,... read more »


DOUBLEDOWN: Former DPM defends staff against House speaker’s tirade

Turnquest: Religion or lack thereof is inconsequential and should not have been raised in Parliament NASSAU, BAHAMAS — Former Minister... read more »


$100,000 injected into national Covid-19 vaccination programme by CIBC FirstCaribbean

NASSAU, BAHAMAS — The government’s purchase and the continued rollout of COVID-19 vaccines across The Bahamas has received a financial... read more »

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PMH Nurses present Nurses Month Food Bank to the Ranfurly Home for Children

NASSAU, BAHAMAS — Senior nurses at the Princess Margaret Hospital (PMH) recently donated to the Ranfurly Home for Children in... read more »


Family of GHS stabbing victim fearful alleged assailants could finish job on bail

Alleged murder suspects of GHS student Kenn Paul granted bail NASSAU, BAHAMAS — The family of the 16-year-old survivor of... read more »


Former Finance Minister slams housing plan as “inherently discriminatory”

NASSAU, BAHAMAS — A former Cabinet minister yesterday described the Access to Affordable Homes (Amendment) Bill, 2021 as “inherently discriminatory,”... read more »


Rolle, McAlpine and Symonette clash over FNM firings

NASSAU, BAHAMAS — A row erupted in Parliament after Pineridge MP Frederick McAlpine accused the Minnis administration of terminating over... read more »


SOVERIGN DEBT CRISIS: Former minister recommends income tax

NASSAU, BAHAMAS — Former Health Minister and Elizabeth MP Dr Duane Sands yesterday suggested that the government must reassess its... read more »


MIND YOUR TONE: Human Rights group accuses Government of threatening the rule of law

Rights Bahamas backs QCs Smith and Munroe calls for ministers to tone down rhetoric against judges NASSAU, BAHAMAS — Human... read more »


No reason to be alarmed over G7 tax deal, says former finance minister

NASSAU, BAHAMAS — Former Finance Minister K Peter Turnquest said yesterday that there is no reason for this nation to... read more »


IDB highlights international good practices and lessons in post disaster reconstruction in The Bahamas

NASSAU, Bahamas — The Inter-American Development Bank has highlighted global experiences following natural disasters in a publication on best practices... read more »


Dairy Queen returns to The Pointe

NASSAU, BAHAMAS — After being closed for just over a year, the Dairy Queen franchisees are reopening its The Pointe... read more »


Sunshine Holdings Limited staff donates to Jennie Street fire victims

Fire victims offered special incentive offer to build with Arawak Homes NASSAU, BAHAMAS — The staff at Sunshine Holdings Limited... read more »


Former COP named first director of intelligence agency

NASSAU, BAHAMAS — Former Commissioner of Police Anthony has been named as the first director of the National Crime Intelligence... read more »


PHA launches Patient Registration Training Program

NASSAU, BAHAMAS — Twenty-six participants from the institutions of the Public Hospitals Authority and the Ministry of Health will complete... read more »