Police are investigating two separate incidents that occurred on Saturday, a shooting and a stabbing, which resulted in two men being hospitalized.
In the first incident, police said a man was standing in a yard on Second Street, Coconut Grove, shortly before 9 p.m. when he got
Last week’s march to Parliament Square was well-organized performance theater. The Progressive Liberal Party (PLP), gambling interests and wannabe politicians came downtown to put on a show.
Some of the issues the “protestors” raised were valid. The price of electricity, for example, is too high and
The Free National Movement (FNM) administration of Prime Minister Dr. Hubert Minnis is seeking to obtain some $88.7 million in 42,452 dormant bank accounts via the Banks and Trust Companies Regulation (Amendment) Bill, 2018, and the Central Bank of The Bahamas Amendment Bill. The
I always have mixed feelings when tributes pour in for prominent persons in our society, particularly former politicians who are recently deceased. On the one hand, there are glowing reports of their accomplishments and successes, their love for God, family and country and their
“If you want the present to be different from the past, study the past.” — Baruch Spinoza
Twenty-one years ago, the Progressive Liberal Party (PLP) suffered its humiliating second consecutive defeat at the polls. The first defeat came on August 19, 1992, when the Free National Movement (FNM)
Police are investigating two robberies that occurred on Friday.
According to reports, shortly after 1 a.m., two men were sitting in a black 2013 Mercedes Benz jeep license #AR0621 on St. Albans Drive when an armed man came from a light blue Nissan March, held them at gunpoint
Approximately 1,000 public and private school students were exposed to career opportunities available in health services after participating in the recent Doctors Hospital two-day healthcare career fair.
Continuing with ongoing efforts to encourage young Bahamians to pursue careers in healthcare, Doctors Hospital held the expo for
For Malik Green, it’s simple – once you start something, no matter how hard, you should continuously push yourself mentally and physically, and you will be able to conquer the obstacles you may face. With that in mind, Green, 23, is in Canada, where he
Drumeco Archer is the new Bahamas Association of Athletics Association (BAAA) President. He defeated the incumbent Rosamunde Carey by a margin of 15 votes, 41 to 26, while one ballot was spoilt, and will serve as the BAAA’s top executive for the next four years. The BAAA’s election