FREEPORT, Grand Bahama – Ambiance is everything. In fact, the right ambiance can set the stage for some of life’s most memorable experiences. No one understands this quite like the restaurateurs at Pelican Bay, and they continue to find ways to offer bigger and better
Are you still waiting for the power company to reduce the cost of power? Are you listening to the news reports that say ‘Government cites waste-to-energy to solve energy problem’ or ‘New technology will reduce BPL (Bahamas Power and Light Company Ltd.) cost by 50
As he addressed members of the Free National Movement (FNM) over the weekend, Prime Minister Dr. Hubert Minnis highlighted Monique Pindling’s scathing critique of the Progressive Liberal Party as a “weak, broken and arrogant” organization, and declared that the “PLP cannot and will not change,
Criminal charges are expected to be filed following the conclusion of the police’s investigation into allegations that $1.8 million went missing from Bahamas Power and Light (BPL), Assistant Commissioner Paul Rolle said on Friday.
Rolle, who heads the Anti-Corruption Unit, said investigators are wrapping up their
Progressive Liberal Party (PLP) Chairman Fred Mitchell said yesterday the party intends to make public a report completed by a Jamaican political strategy expert on why the party lost the May 10 general election.
“The report was delivered some weeks ago to the leader,” he said.
Outgoing Commissioner of Police Ellison Greenslade will officially relinquish his position today.
Acting Commissioner Anthony Ferguson will take over as commissioner in a handover ceremony at police headquarters on East Street.
Earlier this month, Greenslade was formally appointed high commissioner of The Bahamas to the
A man believed to be attempting to rob another man was shot with his own gun on Friday night and was under police guard in hospital, police said.
Reports are that shortly after 11:30 p.m., a man was about to enter his home at West Dennis
The Organization for Responsible Governance (ORG), a non-partisan, not-for-profit civic foundation aimed at fostering better governance, has called on the public to “get informed and get involved” in the lawmaking process as parliamentarians prepare to debate key corruption-fighting legislation.
Touting the potential impact of the
Environment Minister Romauld Ferreira said yesterday he will travel to Bimini soon to address concerns residents have about reported beach erosion and other environmental issues.
Some Bimini residents have called on the minister to “step up, speak up and work”.
The residents have claimed that Ferreira has
No spilled oil or environmental damage was caused by an abandoned barge, left broken up at Grays, Long Island, as was reported by numerous concerned residents, voicing their opinions on social media, according to a team of government officials and experts assessing the situation.