In response to the Venezuelan ambassador to the Caribbean Community (CARICOM), Raúl LiCausi, I’m thrilled at the notion that the ambassador saw fit to respond to my submission on the state of his country. To me, and several other observers, we claimed it to be
Buddy Buckets Skills Camp gets underway
The Bahamas’ junior boys national basketball team suffered their second straight loss of the 2017 International Basketball Federation (FIBA) Centrobasket Championships yesterday at the hands of Puerto Rico.
After trailing by just two points at the half, Puerto Rico outscored The Bahamas 24-16 in the third
I am complimented that four successive central administrations have opted to select me to serve on the Bahamas Boxing Commission. Following three consecutive terms as the secretary to the BBC, this time around I have been entrusted to chair the controlling body for professional boxing.
The penalty phase of the Kofhe Goodman murder trial was delayed yesterday because the psychiatric report was not ready.
The report is a necessary component of the sentencing hearing because the prosecution is seeking the death penalty for the 2011 murder of 11-year-old Marco Archer.
A 44-year-old man yesterday pleaded guilty to a charge of fraud by false pretenses.
Renaud Bethel, of St Vincent Road, admitted that he dishonestly received $2,500 from Kevin Neely between February 2015 and February 8, 2017.
Bethel was arraigned before Magistrate Kara Turnquest-Deveaux.
He was also charged with two
Tourism minister disagrees with webshop license moratorium; says social costs need further analysis
Authorities discovered the body of a man with gunshot wounds through a track road off Saxon’s Way, Mason’s Addition yesterday around 1 a.m.
Details on the incident were limited.
Police appealed to the public to come forward with any information.
This is the fifth killing in the last
Progressive Liberal Party (PLP) Senator Fred Mitchell said yesterday that he is concerned that Prime Minister Dr. Hubert Minnis’ televised national address on Wednesday night “appeared to be woefully inadequate” and he seemed “under-prepared for governance”.
During an interview with The Nassau Guardian yesterday, Mitchell said
Amid heavy criticism from members of the Official Opposition, National Security Minister Marvin Dames said he is “confused” that people may imply that the arrests of former parliamentarians have to do with their political affiliation as he insisted that members of the Royal Bahamas Police