Saturday, Sep 22, 2018
TOP STORIES

Following two consecutive demonstrations of healthcare professionals this week over

Deputy Speaker of the House of Assembly Don Saunders said

A man convicted of murder will get a new trial

Police yesterday seized 19.8 pounds of cocaine valued at $135,000

As Prime Minister Dr. Hubert Minnis outlined the steps his

The cost of renovating the Grand Lucayan resort and its

BUSINESS

Consumer dollars are not stretching as far in this post-value added tax (VAT) increase economy, according to one economic stakeholder, who said while Bahamians are

Minister of Tourism and Aviation Dionisio D’Aguilar explained yesterday that the government has no choice but to purchase the Grand Lucayan hotel complex because it

The Bahamas Chamber of Commerce and Employers’ Confederation (BCCEC) has engaged financial services firm KPMG to identify an economist who will carry out an economic

At a time when commercial banks are becoming scarce on Family Islands in particular, the Sun Cash digital money transfer platform is expanding its services

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LIFESTYLES

Maxwell Taylor is arguably the father of Bahamian art and his social critique of The Bahamas gives us good reason

We usually think of aesthetics in two ways: either the aesthetic pleasure of a work of art or the aesthetics

On Saturday, September 15, 2018 from 9 a.m. – 3 p.m., our own art museum, the National Art Gallery of

What do water, foam, good music and clean vibes make for? An epic end-of-summer party. While summer officially ends on Saturday,

SPORTS

On Thursday morning, most of the country found out about perennial women’s basketball player Jonquel Jones’ decision to play basketball for Bosnia-Herzegovnia moving forward in

The C&S Hitmen and the Sunshine Auto Wildcats took a 2-1 lead in the New Providence Softball Association women and men’s best-of-seven games championship series

In a story broken by Sports Scope writer Fred Sturrup, The Bahamas’ best female basketball player is taking her talents elsewhere. Jonquel Jones, the 6’6” star

NATIONAL REVIEW

After receiving drip-drops of information, Bahamians expect to get a full reporting on the government’s seriously risky purchase of the Grand Lucayan resort in Freeport

Our current prime minister is starting to remind us more and more of former Prime Minister Perry Christie in terms of the many weightless and

If you stay locked in to the over-the-top outrage loops on social media you’d miss what’s happening in The Bahamas this year. We are experiencing

WORLD NEWS

VATICAN CITY (AP) — Pope Francis on Friday accepted the

KAMPALA, Uganda (AP) — The death toll rose above 100

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