Police discovered the body of a woman early yesterday morning on a track road after an anonymous call led them to the scene.
Police Public Affairs and Communications Officer Sergeant Chrislyn Skippings said the victim received injuries to the neck, but did not reveal any more
Leading off debate on the report of the Boundaries Commission in the House of Assembly yesterday afternoon, Minister of National Security Tommy Turnquest insisted that the changes being made are fair.
Turnquest noted that the commission’s members included three Free National Movement (FNM) MPs.
The constitution mandates
A Graham Road resident was greeted to an odd sight yesterday afternoon, when she came home to find someone had crashed a Jeep into her house.
Isabel Miller said she got the call about the accident while she was at work, but didn’t quite know what
Democratic National Alliance (DNA) leader Branville McCartney yesterday said the party has revoked the nominations of two of its candidates for non-performance.
Former High Rock candidate Philip Thomas and former South Beach candidate Sammie Poitier, also known as Sammi Starr, yesterday both confirmed they have parted
Despite the fact that we have had one of the worst downturns in the world economy and Bahamas in recent memory, foreign nationals are still saying that it is better in The Bahamas; and for very good reasons. You see, Bahamians are very joyful
I commend the pope for his new translation of the Mass which went into effect Sunday. The new translation was necessary to correct theological mistakes that were inherent in the original translation.
When the Mass was first converted from Latin to the vernacular, modernist theologians
I write about the recent prognostication or prediction released by Standard & Poor’s (S&P) on its perceived findings about my country's economic and financial status.
Firstly, we in The Bahamas have not received their grim outlook on us because we do not look to man
As we near the completion, or rather anticipate the re-opening of several roadways, it’s time to seriously contemplate the outcome of infrastructure and development projects thus far and over the next three years here in New Providence. By the end of 2014, residents of New
Kerzner International said today that it would transfer ownership of Atlantis and One&Only Ocean Club in The Bahamas to a Canadian property company in a debt-for-equity deal.
Kerzner said it had reached an agreement with Brookfield Asset Management, Inc. to assume ownership of the properties in