Commissioner of Police Anthony Ferguson yesterday declined to comment on the controversy that was sparked by a recent Facebook post urging attendees of the Junkanoo parade to dress appropriately to avoid being groped and harassed.
Ferguson said, “I really don't want to comment on it. There
Twenty-four hours after Royal Bahamas Defence Force (RBDF) marines apprehended 76 Haitian migrants from a sloop west of the Exuma chain, the RBDF on Sunday took into custody another group from a vessel off Grand Bahama.
The RBDF said this group included eight Chinese, and another
Former Prime Minister Perry Christie admitted in a “Jones and Company” interview that aired on Sunday that he may have stayed in politics for too long, and called on the Minnis administration to bring Bahamians from all sides together for the advancement of the country.
Anglican Archdeacon James Palacious has apologized for statements he made last week about women being treated based on how they are dressed.
In an interview with The Nassau Guardian, Palacious said he disagreed with the Royal Bahamas Police Force’s (RBPF) wording of its warning to attendees
Police arrested two men following an armed robbery at Hurry Hurry Meat Mart on Poinciana Drive shortly before 6 p.m. on Sunday.
According to reports, the two men entered the store and robbed several employees of an undisclosed amount of money, belonging to the establishment. The
Baha Mar said it experienced over 90 percent occupancy over the Christmas holiday, and a sold-out New Year’s Day.
Baha Mar Public Relations Manager Vanessa Christie said both Grand Hyatt and SLS experienced bookings for the Christmas holiday that “surpassed expectations”.
“Baha Mar is ending 2017 on
Dear Dr. Minnis,
There are many of us here in The Bahamas wondering why you haven’t taken any significant measures to eliminate what we see as the most ominous and obvious threat to our country in its relatively short history.
Frankly, the plague of the web
The recent calls for the resignation of Lanisha Rolle over her marital rape comments are outlandish. Freedom of speech is a basic tenent of the “human rights” movement and indeed of democratic societies. Increasingly, I have observed that the right to exercise this freedom