China Construction America (CCA), the general contractor and construction manager for the more than $3.5 billion Baha Mar resort, called former developer Sarkis Izmirlian’s recent lawsuit against it a “vindictive and baseless attempt to redeem his own failures” to manage his companies and investment in
The American captain of a boat that was intercepted off Montagu Beach pleaded not guilty yesterday to charges of overstaying and failing to declare the passengers on his boat.
The Royal Bahamas Defence Force intercepted the vessel, M/V Code Blue, which was captained by Franklyn Burgos,
Dwight Coleby scored 16 points, pulled down 15 rebounds and had a huge block in the closing seconds of the game to help Western Kentucky edge Louisiana Tech 69-68 on the Thursday night in the Conference USA opener.
He also had two other blocks, dished out
A 26-year-old Slovakian man yesterday apologized for his drunken behavior at the Aura nightclub that caused his arrest.
Security at the nightclub called police after Matej Konopka, 26, kept harassing other club-goers around 2 a.m. yesterday, the prosecutor, Inspector Philip Davis, said.
Konopka, who did not have
Two Bahamians and a Jamaican are expected to be charged next week in connection with Thursday’s $1.6 million marijuana seizure, authorities said.
The drugs, which weighed 1,606 pounds, were discovered in Andros.
A joint operation by police officers and defence force marines led the team to Mangrove
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Jonquel Jones stands out from the rest.
Accordingly, The Freeport News, Grand Bahama’s only, and the country’s third daily newspaper, has selected her the 2017 “Athlete of the Year.”
Shaunae Miller-Uibo and Steven Gardiner won silver medals at this year’s International Association of Athletics Federation (IAAF) World
Building on what could be considered as one of the all-time great years by a Bahamian athlete in 2016, Shaunae Miller-Uibo has been voted as The Nassau Guardian’s Senior Female ‘Athlete of the Year’ for 2017.
Miller garnered two-of-three first place votes, winning with 29 points,
Let me begin by saying that I have successfully bitten the inner quadrants of my lips to a thin, trying to sit back and say nothing in reference to the suspected Haitian sloops that landed two miles and four miles from the HMBS Coral
With another police investigation looming over yet another government corporation, Leader of the Opposition Philip Brave Davis said the Minnis administration ought to be careful about how it conducts and oversees these matters, highlighting that professional Bahamians and their long-standing reputations are at stake.