Four Cabinet ministers of the Minnis administration will have their portfolios reassigned this week in a Cabinet reshuffle just over a year after the Free National Movement was returned to power.
The Cabinet Office confirmed in a statement yesterday that, “The prime minister advised Her Excellency,
A Kemp Road man charged with multiple murders was yesterday denied bail.
McKenzie Cela, 25, of Hamilton Street, Kemp Road, is accused of the murders of five men during the months of May and June.
He was among four
murder suspects who were brought before Chief Magistrate Joyann
The government has issued a cease and desist order to Four C’s adventures after one its tour boats exploded on Saturday killing one American woman and injuring 10 others, Minister of Transport and Local Government Frankie Campbell said yesterday.
“Due to the nature of this incident,
Stefanie Schaffer, 22, from Rutland, Vermont was vacationing in Exuma with her mother, stepfather and sister when a boat they were on exploded.
The boat, a Four C’s Adventures craft, was carrying 10 American passengers and two Bahamian crew on a tour of the Exuma Cays
The Privy Council on Monday ruled that an appellate judge should not have sat on the panel that upheld the convictions of accused cop killers Stephen “Die’ Stubbs, Andrew “Yogi” Davis and Clinton “Russ” Evans.
The country’s ultimate tribunal directed that a differently constituted Court of
Two Harbour Island residents accused of raping two teenage visitors to the island were denied bail yesterday.
Julian Stewart, 27, and Kevie Cambridge, 29, both of Colebrooke Street, appeared before Assistant Chief Magistrate Subusola Swain on Monday charged with the rapes of the girls, ages 15
Police confirmed yesterday that the body of the woman found off Cowpen Road on Sunday, is Kiria Ericka Musgrove, 25, of Watlins Street, Coconut Grove, who was shot and abducted in Pastel Gardens on Saturday night.
Musgrove’s body was found in a field east of Bonefish
In a warning to merchants across The Bahamas, Prime Minister Dr. Hubert Minnis yesterday advised that there are “undercover agents” checking for price gouging in the wake of the increase in value-added tax from 7.5 percent to 12 percent.
Speaking to reporters following the opening of
Prime Minister Dr. Hubert Minnis announced yesterday that the government will create a Public Service Modernization Unit in the Office of the Prime Minister to tackle the much needed update of the public service.
“We have a policy, we have stated that no one over 65
In the coming days, Caribbean Community (CARICOM) heads of government will meet in Montego Bay. There they will hold a special session on the future of the CARICOM Single Market and Economy (CSME). They will also consider the recommendations contained in the Golding Report, which