Friday, Feb 22, 2019
PM rejects calls for resignations   

The Progressive Liberal Party’s (PLP) calls for the resignations of

PLP boycott of Parliament a ‘dereliction of duty’

Minister of Public Works Desmond Bannister said yesterday that he

Govt to resume repatriations to Haiti

Prime Minister Dr. Hubert Minnis said yesterday the government will

Suspected measles case in Bahamas

The Ministry of Health yesterday advised of an ongoing investigation

Minnis says no regrets on Grand Lucayan purchase

Prime Minister Dr. Hubert Minnis said yesterday that his administration

Sands on resignation calls: the devil is a liar

Prime Minister Dr. Hubert Minnis suggested that the Progressive Liberal


Passenger traffic at Lynden Pindling International Airport (LPIA) increased by 11 percent in 2018, the highest year-over-year increase and the largest number of passengers recorded at

BTC introduces upgraded mobile app

Bahamas Telecommunications Company Limited (BTC) has introduced an upgraded app to help its customers track their data usage, pay bills online and find their nearest BTC store

Fifty applications approved so far for importation of solar installation kits

Since announcing the exemption on duty for the importation of solar kits last summer, the government has approved 50 applications for the importation of $2.21 million

Emera: GBPC consumers benefitting from fuel hedging strategies

Grand Bahama Power Company (GBPC) consumers are still benefitting from the company’s fuel hedging strategies, which have provided customers with consistent fuel and electricity rates,

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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


When one of their better players went down with an unfortunate injury last night, that appeared to suck all of the life out of the

The Bahamian track and field community mourns the loss of one its own as former athlete Douglas Lynes-Bell was found gunned down on Tuesday in

With sponsorship from telecommunications giant ALIV, the Bahamas Amateur Boxing Federation (BABF) is sending three boxers to Havana, Cuba to get in some much needed


The official opposition has decided to stay away from Parliament, it says, “until the point is made”. The decision — designed no doubt to grab headlines

Former Executive Chairperson of Bahamas Power and Light (BPL) Darnell Osborne has taken legal action against Public Works Minister Desmond Bannister seeking damages for wrongful

Members of the prominent environmental organization Save The Bays (STB) have thrown their support behind Carnival Cruise Line’s planned port development for Freeport in a

The tourists keep coming
Election talk premature
Surprising interest in the Grand Bahama hotel
Editorial | The continued Haiti problem
PLP theatrics over the top
Front Porch | Myths and misunderstandings of the tourism sector
Focus | A narrow road to economic prosperity
The private sector needs a unified external voice
Consider This | Stupid is dangerous, pt. 1
Increase in taxation
Other nations share same concerns as Bahamas
Is the royal family snubbing The Bahamas?
The bumptious Clint Watson
Letters | The PLP’s panic mode boycott
Pope demands bishops act now on abuse; victims speak of pain

VATICAN CITY (AP) — Pope Francis opened a landmark sex

Fire guts ancient part of Bangladesh’s capital, killing 81

DHAKA, Bangladesh (AP) — A devastating fire raced through densely