Tuesday, Jul 23, 2019
Businessman remanded to prison

Controversial businessman Rudolph King was remanded to prison yesterday on

Gaming bill passes in Senate

Attorney General Carl Bethel said yesterday that amendments to the

1,200 people died of AIDS between 2008 and 2017

Nearly 1,200 people died from acquired immune deficiency syndrome (AIDS)

Thieves hit Dundas Centre

Thieves struck the historic Dundas Centre for the Performing Arts

BCPMU ‘disappointed’ with CEO’s comments

Bahamas Communications and Public Managers Union (BCPMU) President Ricardo Thompson

Storm won’t pose threat to Bahamas

The National Hurricane Center has warned that an area of


Bahamas Telecommunications Company (BTC) has slowed the loss of mobile subscribers impacting the company since telecoms competitor Aliv entered the market, the company’s Chief Executive

Actuarial review of BTC pension plan underway

An actuarial review of the Bahamas Telecommunications Company’s (BTC) pension plan is underway, Deputy Prime Minister Peter Turnquest said yesterday, adding that the government continues

Local firms have not fully leveraged internet’s potential, notes URCA document

Entrepreneurs and businesses in The Bahamas have not fully leveraged the potential of the internet, according to a document put out by the Utilities Regulation

OECD preparing for Bahamas peer review process next month

The Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) is preparing for a peer review process with The Bahamas next month that involves this country’s tax

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Alkaline water devotees are swearing to the health properties they say come as a result of drinking water with a

Eight years ago, Carmetta Barry said she happily ran to the FOCUS (Forward and Onward to College, Upward to Success)

Can we take a minute to reflect, to return to moments in childhood of being unjustly vilified by adults all

Metal is a tricky medium. It’s industrial, ceremonial, it can be strong enough to build bridges or soft enough that


After a record-breaking season for the Sacramento Kings in which he became the franchise’s most prolific three-point shooter ever, Chavano “Buddy” Hield is back home

The Brackettes and the Inventive Intellect Lady Warriors both came away with convincing victories in the New Providence Softball Association (NPSA) women’s division on the Bankers

After a week of stiff competition at The Hope Center basketball courts, the 24th edition of the ‘Peace on Da Streets’ Basketball Classic wrapped up


The decision by the government to rent Town Centre Mall to house the General Post Office has dealt a black eye to the Minnis administration and is

This summer, Bahamas Power and Light (BPL) has solidified itself as a national disgrace. New Providence was hit yesterday with an island-wide power outage following days

There is nothing surprising about the ongoing generation issues that plague Bahamas Power and Light (BPL) today. It is not an anomaly, as BPL Chairman Dr.

Acting Spanish PM Sánchez fails 1st vote to form a new govt

MADRID (AP) — Spain's caretaker prime minister has failed on

Boris Johnson wins race to become UK’s next prime minister

LONDON (AP) — Brexit hard-liner Boris Johnson, one of Britain's