Tuesday, Feb 19, 2019

As a result of the political unrest and violence in

64 Haitians picked up

Sixty-four Haitian migrants were apprehended from a sloop intercepted in waters

Boy, 3, kidnapped then dropped off unharmed

A three-year-old boy riding his bicycle in front of his

OPM: EU list based on outdated info

The European Commission’s “high-risk third countries” list was based on outdated

AG: PLP boycott unacceptable

Attorney General Carl Bethel voiced concern yesterday that Progressive Liberal Party

Bethel: Bahamas to push back on EU blacklisting

The European Commission’s recent blacklisting of The Bahamas was “unwarranted,


The Bahamas can be very surgical in its negotiations with the World Trade Organization (WTO), in order to protect those sectors it wants to keep

Equinor conducts first ship-to-ship LNG transfer in The Bahamas

The first ever ship-to-ship (STS) transfer of liquefied natural gas (LNG) in The Bahamas occurred on February 7 at international energy company Equinor Energy AS’

Shared working space company opening a new location

Incudesk, the shared working space company that has taken the small business sector by storm, is opening a new location in about two months to

Bahamas tech firm looks to expand its blockchain solution to Africa

Bahamas tech firm PO8 has now set its sights on Africa as it looks to expand its blockchain solution for salvaging underwater artifacts. The company, which

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It was just last week, that a former student of Gayle Barrow’s approached her and spoke to her about how

Three months after the first #BeAHero presentation took to an auditorium in New Providence with a message to hundreds of

With a change in leadership, the addition of younger talent on the frontline and a unique five-piece horn section, the band formerly

R&B Soul Artist Charisa Smith has released her new single -“Get Gone” – a song that she says comes from


The country’s two most high-profile basketball players showed up and showed out this weekend on one of the biggest stages for the sport in the

The St. John’s College Giants survived a double overtime battle to win 62-61 over the Queen’s College Comets at the Kendal G. L. Isaacs National

The three-time defending champions in the New Providence Volleyball Association (NPVA), the National Fence Intruders, had their backs up against the wall after dropping the


When Prime Minister Dr. Hubert Minnis visited Haiti one year ago this month, the Bahamian and Haitian delegations agreed to undertake joint initiatives that could

Despite an earlier report from a lawyer for former Progressive Liberal Party Chairman Frank Smith that he had not been served a notice of appeal against the

If the only takeaway from the botched prosecution of former Public Hospitals Authority (PHA) Chairman Frank Smith was the irreparable harm done to his reputation that would

Editorial | The continued Haiti problem
PLP theatrics over the top
The way forward on gaming taxes
Vaccinations are still important
The stories of the unemployed
Letters | Garbage in, garbage out!
The PLP has got a very Brave problem
Holding accountable those who aid human trafficking
Hope is not a foreign policy
Brex-split: 7 lawmakers quit Labour over EU, anti-Semitism

LONDON (AP) — Seven British lawmakers quit the main opposition

Sex abuse survivors to meet with Vatican summit organizers

VATICAN CITY (AP) — The organizers of Pope Francis' summit