Police believe a Haitian man found dead in Exuma on Thursday was among a group of Haitian nationals who arrived on the island onboard a sloop this week.
Fifty-six illegal Haitian migrants were found on a sloop in shallow waters west of Barreterre, Exuma on Tuesday
A family photo is all that 35-year-old Natasha Smith was able to salvage after a fire ravaged the Yellow Elder home that she shared with her five children two days after Christmas.
Now Smith and her sons will head into the new year without a home
Pointing to the high crime rate in 2011, the Bahamas Christian Council (BCC) is encouraging Bahamians to bring in the new year in a church.
“We appeal to all Bahamians to end this year and begin the new year in a culture of thanksgiving, prayers and
A state funeral will be held for former Governor General Sir Clifford Darling next Thursday, the Cabinet Office announced yesterday.
The funeral will be held at 11 a.m. at Zion Baptist Church on East and Shirley Streets. Sir Clifford will be interred at the Western Cemetery.
On December 7, 2011, the Chinese government published a white paper on China’s foreign trade. As most Bahamian people are keen to learn about China’s development, in particular, China’s foreign Trade, we, the Chinese Embassy, take the opportunity of the publishing of the white paper
Given the fiscal performance of the economy over the past few years and especially in the midst of the global recession, it has become increasingly clear that the days of relying on customs duties for the majority of the government’s revenue are rapidly coming to
2011 wasn’t just another year. Powerful politicians went to jail, joblessness hardened into recession, and many of our assumptions about the status quo froze to death. Some of us were inclined to laugh, but found dark sorrow everywhere our teardrops fell.
2011 was a powerful reproach
A new year is upon us. We all have new dreams, new wishes and new resolutions for this upcoming year. We can dream and wish, but without a vision we will not succeed. A vision is the concerted effort of a realized dream; it has
I was saddened to learn of the death of Sir Clifford Darling. I have very fond memories of him as governor general. Sir Clifford formally received me to The Bahamas when I presented my papers as ambassador to the commonwealth in March 1994.
Sir Clifford was
Seasoned voters can recall one’s political preference was once a private matter. Years ago Bahamians saw it unnecessary to make their political preference a public topic, and it was socially unusual to witness a Bahamian expressing or making loud outbursts of one’s political choice in