An elderly woman was killed after she was hit by a dump truck on Tonique Williams-Darling Highway shortly after 11 a.m. yesterday, police said.
According to Chief Superintendent Craig Stubbs, the woman was attempting to cross the street when she was hit.
Stubbs said preliminary reports revealed
A teenage boy was shot dead off Peardale Manor shortly after 9 a.m. on Saturday, police said.
According to reports, the teen was walking when two men in a silver Honda Accord armed with handguns approached him and shot him before speeding off.
He was pronounced dead
The Office of the Attorney General is set to meet with staff of the Urban Renewal Commission who had involvement with the issuance of contracts under the controversial Small Homes Repair (SHR) Programme launched by the Christie administration in 2012.
In a July 27 letter Patricia
Former Minister of Tourism Obie Wilchcombe said yesterday he is concerned about the negative perceptions, including the perception of corruption, that continue to ensnare the Progressive Liberal Party and suggested PLPs ought to be focusing on rebuilding and reforming, instead of fighting among themselves.
In an interview
Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Finance Peter Turnquest thinks the introduction of a national lottery in The Bahamas is worth a serious look.
Turnquest was asked his thoughts on a national lottery last week.
“It is hard not to answer that question without reference to the
Opposition Leader Philip Brave Davis is expected to make a national address tonight.
Davis’ address comes on the heels of Prime Minister Dr. Hubert Minnis’ first national address, which was televised last week.
Davis will likely respond further to many of Minnis’ points, including the revelation that
The body of a man was found in waters off West Bay Street shortly after 6:30 a.m. yesterday, police said.
Police were notified of the body floating in waters near the Sand Trap.
The body was brought to shore, where the man was pronounced dead.
Police said the
I write in reference to the recent notice in the press from the registrar general to all non-profit organizations (NPOs) operating in The Bahamas. I am rather surprised by the notice and its timing. The registrar asserts that she is performing her duties pursuant
The data discussed by Education Minister Jeffrey Lloyd recently was another sad reminder of the education crisis we face.
Lloyd said during his contribution to the budget debate in the House of Assembly that 65 percent of students failed the BGCSE English exam in 2015. That