As the government seeks to determine whether The Bahamas remains under watch by an American surveillance program, Minister of Foreign Affairs Darren Henfield said The Bahamas may have to adopt similar abilities on domestic soil at some point in the future “to keep Bahamians safe”.
Two men who admitted scamming Baha Mar’s casino the day after the resort opened last April had their sentences reduced on appeal yesterday.
The appellate court reduced the two-year sentences imposed on Luis Sanchez, 34, of Miramar, Florida, and Jose Nemojon, 53, of Miami, Florida, from
Dropping two places since the previous year, The Bahamas ranked 40 out of 113 countries on the global rule of law index survey for 2017, which was published yesterday.
The index measures countries’ rule of law adherence across eight factors: constraints on government powers, absence of
The Wendy’s and Coca-Cola “Make Us Your Santa” Go Large, Scratch and Win $27K Promotion surprised and awarded more than 5,600 customers by helping to make their Christmas merrier.
Customers instantly won anything from $1,000 cash, $100 Commonwealth Bank prepaid gift cards, free Wendy’s and Coca-Cola
A murder convict who escaped police custody while awaiting sentencing is appealing his conviction and sentence.
Court-assigned attorney Jairam Mangra appeared in the appellate court yesterday with Ormand Leon, whose appeal has been set for March 28.
Leon was sentenced to 41 years, six months, two weeks
I took note of a recent letter on your editorial page and wish to comment and bring a better understanding and appreciation.
Clifton Heritage National Park suffered terribly due to Hurricane Matthew, whose center traveled directly past the park offshore, through the Tongue of the
Over the weekend, residents in Nassau with the misfortune of living near the New Providence Landfill were woken by the smell of noxious fumes and thick, heavy smoke – the result of yet another dump fire. The health and environmental implications of these toxic
In his national address on Monday night, Prime Minister Dr. Hubert Minnis announced a $2.5 billion, 10-year deal to purchase and develop the former Ginn Sur Mer property at West End, Grand Bahama.
An application to approve the purchase and development is now before the National
The prime minister gave a national address Monday night that gave some people cause for optimism, especially people from Grand Bahama.
The prime minister spoke of the following: a 100-room condominium hotel and marina at The Pointe; a 118-unit condo-hotel project by the Wynn Group at
Hundreds of Bahamians packed the University of The Bahamas’ Harry C. Moore Library Auditorium on Monday evening at a Bahamas Bar Association’s 2018 Legislative Discussion Forum to hear presentations by Minister of State for Legal Affairs Elsworth Johnson, Jamaica’s former Solicitor General Michael Hylton, Q.C.