Prosecutors yesterday asked a judge to detain a man who committed murder as a teen, at the court’s pleasure.
Errol Knowles, 21, was convicted of the May 12, 2012 murder and attempted armed robbery of Heuton Lloyd Jr. earlier this year.
The jury did not reach the
The sentencing of four men convicted in connection with the murders of an Department of Immigration officer and his paramour has been adjourned until November 18.
Prosecutors are seeking the death penalty for Zintworn Duncombe, 28, and James Johnson, 22, who were unanimously convicted of the
The Bahamas Technical and Vocational Institution’s (BTVI) partnership list is growing, with the latest being James Catalyn and Friends. Two students of the institution’s summer makeup course got the opportunity to work backstage at Summer Madness 2016, gaining experience and exposure.
Claudeenah Clarke and Alicia Turnquest
Olives Atlantis’ food philosophy is simple ingredients, common foods prepared in uncommon ways, layering flavors, spices and surprises
Hield progressing well after opening week of camp
The government often talks of celebrating Bahamian creativity and culture. The first thing ‘they’ do when they are invited somewhere is discuss taking Junkanoo to the event. That could mean paying for 300 strong junkanooers to be flown to Japan and taken care of while
The start of the collegiate basketball season is just around the corner and this year could be a major bounce back one for Dwight Coleby, who missed all of last season with a torn ACL and meniscus.
Now healthy, Coleby said he’s looking to bring a
The Government of The Bahamas, through the Ministry of Youth, Sports and Culture, has arranged for jurisdiction over the Nassau Stadium Gym. Accordingly, the facility has been handed over to the Bahamas Boxing Federation (BBF).
Wellington Miller, the outgoing BBF President, has interacted with the Bahamas