A court yesterday ordered that three Haitian mothers accused of entering the country illegally be reunited with their children.
The women – Rosenaica Jean Baptiste, 21, Mirline Joachim, 31, and Eliana Saintilima, 35 – were charged with illegal landing after they were arrested following a raid
A man was shot dead shortly before 11 p.m. on Tuesday on Seymour Street, Yellow Elder Gardens, police said.
According to reports, the man and a woman arrived at a residence and as the man attempted to secure the premises, he was approached by two armed
Foreign Affairs Minister Darren Henfield said yesterday he is encouraged by the results of a Public Domain survey which showed that 56 percent of respondents were satisfied with the Minnis administration’s performance in the first six months of its term.
However, the minister said it is
I was pleased to read in the newspapers on Wednesday, February 21, 2018, that our immigration minister, Brent Symonette, is now asserting the Bahamian constitution in saying that “just because people are born in The Bahamas, does not make them Bahamian”.
However, at the same
The central banking system is a complex and vulnerable financial circuit of integrated parts that sustains a growing economy. Policies and regulatory compliances must be created and implemented to avoid financial collapse. Investment businesses and persons place responsibilities and reliance on stable economies for
Though I have personally never been affected, there is a proclivity by some who may be on the scene when persons are injured or mortally wounded in robberies, car accidents or domestic violence, to take pictures and circulate them on social media. I find
While there is legitimate debate and varied opinions regarding the recent heads of agreements for the proposed oil refinery for Grand Bahama, it is unfortunate that certain facts are obscured.
Though many in the general public may be unaware of the nature of a heads of
The deadline for parliamentarians to submit their public declarations for 2016 has been extended to the end of March, Public Disclosure Commission (PDC) Chairman Myles Laroda confirmed yesterday.
The deadline was originally today.
First time MPs and senators must declare for the period before taking office.
Almost 30 teachers at Stephen Dillet Primary School, Wulff Road, yesterday staged a sit out in the morning hours of the school day.
The teachers started trickling onto the campus shortly after 10:30 a.m.
President of the Bahamas Union of Teachers (BUT) Belinda Wilson said teachers at
Progressive Liberal Party (PLP) Leader Philip Brave Davis lambasted Prime Minister Dr. Hubert Minnis for carrying the “largest delegation ever to CARICOM” when he traveled to Haiti over the weekend.
“We are learning that far more persons have landed in that ‘gussie mae’ delegation for CARICOM