Police have identified the country’s latest murder victim yesterday evening as 37-year-old Ferron Palmer, a Dunmore Avenue resident.
April Simms, Palmer’s aunt, said yesterday that relatives and friends are struggling to deal with his death as it was so unexpected.
“He was very sociable, very giving and
Countries and peoples demonstrate maturity, or lack thereof, when nation builders die. In mature places men and women who were at war, politically, for years set aside rivalry and honor the successes of departed opponents.
In unstable places, places not at ease, there is pettiness and
The family of murder victim Stephen “DJ Box” Walkes has offered a $1,000 reward for credible information that will lead to the arrest of his killer or killers.
Walkes, a deejay and a father of five, was shot dead on August 21, 2010 as he stood
Two teenagers denied housebreaking and theft charges when they appeared before a magistrate yesterday.
Jaynae Knowles and Gino Munroe, both 18, are accused of breaking into the home of Neil Musgrove at Claridgedale on November 27, 2011 and stealing $1,500 cash and a Gateway laptop computer
An Anglican dean has been given the task of looking after the country’s historic artifacts.
Reverend Patrick Adderley, dean of Christ Church Cathedral, confirmed his appointment as chairman of the Antiquities, Monuments & Museums Corporation (AMMC) yesterday.
The AMMC is a quasi-governmental, non-profit agency with a 12-member
Four foreigners who overstayed their visitors visas were fined when they appeared before a magistrate yesterday.
Fabio Naranjo, 24, of Colombia; Norelvys Figueredo, 27, of Granma, Cuba; Andrew Lou, 23, of Zaf, South Africa; and Romulu Lima, 23, of Teresino, Brazil, were arrested last week in Bimini
I would like to publicly say a sincere and heartfelt 'thank you' to the One Family Community and Junkanoo Organization for their amazing Boxing Day parade which today honored the memory of one of their founders and chairman emeritus, Jackson Logan Burnside III. It
Please consider this brief letter, directed at the residents of Grand Bahama, first, and to national policy-makers, second, for a more prosperous 2012 and beyond for Grand Bahama and the wider Bahamas.
Grand Bahama has all of the attributes needed to facilitate a national effort
Our nation is forever blessed to have birthed a true nationalist like Sir Clifford Darling.
We, as leaders, could learn so much from his service and sacrifice, and should honor him by trying to mirror his great legacy. Bahamians everywhere are eternally grateful to reap
My dream around Christmas is to be in the Dominican Republic for Noel. Last year, passing through Santiago en route to New York, I was pleasantly surprised to find that Noel in the Dominican Republic was a spectacular affair, with fireworks at each corner and