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Former Public Hospitals Authority (PHA) Chairman Frank Smith exerted “control”

Amidst ongoing tension with the managers at the Grand Lucayan

Prime Minister Dr. Hubert Minnis said yesterday that he will

Attorney General Carl Bethel yesterday announced a further delay of

Attorney General Carl Bethel said yesterday the government is readying

Debate on the Non-Profit Organisations Bill (NPO) in the Senate has

BUSINESS

Prime Minister Dr. Hubert Minnis lauded the new employment and consumption within the local economy through major Bahamian-owned projects and noted an increase in partnerships

Engineers in The Bahamas are looking forward to the rules the World Trade Organization (WTO) will bring to their profession, which is already wide-open to

CRIF, the Italian conglomerate that won the bid to establish and operate the country’s first credit bureau, could be under contract in as little as

As the United States government shutdown drags on, only one service provided to The Bahamas by the Americans has been impacted so far, according to

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LIFESTYLES

In this new year many people have resolved to make fitness a priority and lose weight. To help them stick

Honor student Kate’Lynn Chea, 11, knows the importance of maintaining good grades, but she also knows the necessity of altruism

Andreas Minnis, a third-grade student at St. Andrew’s School, can now add published author to his resume, as the eight-year-old

Baha Mar has introduced an exclusive capsule collection of swimwear and accessories in partnership with the iconic luxury fashion brand

SPORTS

After five grueling sets, the Twin Brothers Lady Warhawks finally got the job done, sending the Lady Defenders home with their first loss of the

Bahamian tight end Mavin Saunders has declared for the National Football League (NFL) Draft this year, looking to land a spot on one of the

GREAT EXUMA, The Bahamas — The Islands of The Bahamas have hit a hole-in-one with the Bahamas Great Exuma Classic, as players and organizers of

NATIONAL REVIEW

In 2019, “progress” must be the watchword of the current administration. It can no longer rely on a sympathetic electorate if it continues a familiar approach

Another year has passed without the full implementation of the long-promised and long-awaited Freedom of Information Act (FOIA). The Minnis administration says it is busy putting

As the final weeks of 2018 roll along, The Bahamas will end the year as it began: Tremendously challenged. The government of Dr. Hubert Minnis saw its

WORLD NEWS

LONDON (AP) — The head of the World Health Organization

LONDON (AP) — British Prime Minister Theresa May was consulting

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