Air traffic controllers’ work-to-rule delayed flights at Lynden Pindling International Airport for as long as three hours over the holiday weekend, a union official claimed yesterday.
Bahamas Air Traffic Controllers Union (BATCU) President Roscoe Perpall said despite low productivity from “unenthusiastic” controllers during one of the
For the third time this month, authorities apprehended a group of undocumented Haitian migrants in Bahamian territory around 6 p.m. Monday.
Director of Immigration Jack Thompson said the 56 Haitians were found in a sloop in
shallow waters west of Barraterre Island, Exuma.
“Initially it was 40, and
Heaps of trash littered R.M. Bailey Park, which was recently vacated by dozens of vendors who operated from that spot over the Christmas season.
It’s a problem that has persisted for several years, according to one vendor, who remained behind yesterday to clean out her stall.
Police have little leads into the murders of Bruce Sands and La Sean Bain, both of whom were killed in separate attacks over the Christmas weekend.
Yesterday, Assistant Superintendent Clayton Fernander, who is stationed at the Central Detective Unit, said police had no suspects in custody
A retired Canadian professional ice hockey player had almost $US20,000 forfeited to the Crown after he pleaded guilty to failing to declare the cash.
Richard Tocchet, 47, of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, who played 18 seasons in the National Hockey League (NHL) for the Philadelphia Flyers, the Pittsburgh
Police have charged a 35-year-old man with conducting a check cashing scam.
Shervaugn Watson, of Springfield Road, Fox Hill, was arrested at the Royal Bank of Canada in Palmdale on December 21, when he allegedly tried to cash a fraudulent National Insurance Board (NIB) check for
The idiom ‘you can run, but you can’t hide’ proved true for a drug case fugitive who has been on the run for nine years.
Police arrested Avery Sargent over the weekend in waters off Bimini.
Drug Court Magistrate Carolita Bethell had issued a warrant for Sargent’s
Alex Williams, 32, of Union Village, has been charged with the December 23 armed robbery of Bahama Dream Web Cafe on Mackey Street.
Williams is accused of the possession of an Austria Glock .45 pistol and five bullets. Police allegedly found the gun when they searched
Several residents of Chapel Court, Fox Hill complained yesterday that their apartment complex has been flooded by untreated wastewater for the past three weeks.
Odette Duncanson, a resident of four months, claimed that this is the second time the problem occurred since September, when she first
FOCUS, the Lyford Cay Foundation’s education enrichment initiative, recently held its first holiday party for its students, their families and staff at The College of The Bahamas (COB). COB has donated the use of its classrooms and facilities to the program. Launched in July 2011,