The mother of a young woman who was allegedly raped by three brothers disrupted court proceedings yesterday during the testimony of one of the defendants.
Artel Bethune told the nine-member jury that the woman agreed to have sex with him.
The mother stood and shouted, “You’re lying.
Bahamas Communications and Public Officers Union (BCPOU) President Bernard Evans is the new president of the National Congress of Trade Unions Bahamas (NCTUB).
He replaces Bahamas Public Service Union President John Pinder.
The NCTUB ended its seventh Triennial Delegates’ Convention yesterday at BCPOU Hall where it elected 12 new
Five alleged drug traffickers who have been fighting extradition to Florida for more than a decade have hired top British barrister Edward Fitzgerald, QC, to argue their appeal.
The Court of Appeal was scheduled to hear the appeal of Austin Knowles, Nathaniel Knowles, Edison Watson, Ian
Sloops from all over the country to participate; SSL Finals also held
When asked yesterday about his mindset ahead of the opening round of the 2016 Hero World Challenge, tournament host Tiger Woods said he had two words to describe his state of preparedness – “focused and ready”.
If Wednesday’s Pro-Am session was a sign of things to
The Doris Johnson Mystic Marlins senior boys basketball team got a huge win to open their Government Secondary Schools Sports Association (GSSSA) season yesterday, routing the Government High School (GHS) Magic 64-44 at the A.F. Adderley Gymnasium. The Marlins are looking to successfully defend their
Bahamian super featherweight king Meacher Major is scheduled to highlight a boxing show on Friday December 16 at the Kendal G.L. Isaacs National Gymnasium. Former heavyweight champion Raynaldo Minus is promoting the event.
Major is one of the staple products (we have just a few) of
Looking east from Parliament Square at the building on Bank Lane opposite the Hansard Building during the Black Friday march last week, a single large Bahamas flag flew majestically, snapping in the wind, buoyed by the energy of the exuberant crowd.
The flag captured the mood
The CEO of the Bahamas Chamber of Commerce is quoted in one of Monday’s dailies as saying his office needs a very close relationship with the government and because they are not “bashing” them it does not mean they are not holding them accountable.
In the wake of Hurricane Matthew’s devastation, there remains much work to do in cleaning up our neighborhoods and repairing damaged homes. The resources required for this cleanup and rebuild are beyond the ability of many. Thankfully, there are churches, missions and businesses that