FREEPORT, Grand Bahama – Minister of State in the Office of the Prime Minister Kwasi Thompson encouraged attendees at the ‘Tourist Money Never Done’ workshop to create businesses relating to tourism.
Thompson officially opened the workshop, November 1, at the Grand Lucayan. It is held in
As the Free National Movement (FNM) heads into conclave today, Prime Minister Dr. Hubert Minnis said now is the time for party members to voice their issues with the party.
“We regroup and reorganize ourselves and project ourselves even further and at the same time look and
Jean Rony Jean-Charles, the man at the center of a battle over constitutional rights, is applying for Bahamian citizenship.
“It is an attempt to ensure that he is not regarded as an outlaw or a non-person or as somebody who doesn’t exist in The Bahamas,” his attorney
With the murder rate down this year, Minister of National Security Marvin Dames believes the fear of crime in The Bahamas is also diminishing.
“As we move into 2019 and beyond, people can expect to see officers on foot patrols, in cars, in every community, on an
As a standoff between the Bahamas Nurses Union (BNU) and the Public Hospitals Authority (BNU) continue, the PHA branded as “reprehensible” statements made by the former union president about an agreement for a new shift system the BNU signed in December 2014.
Jannah Khalfani, the former president,
Director of Labour John Pinder is hoping a planned intervention in the dispute between the Bahamas Nurses Union (BNU) and the Public Hospitals Authority (PHA) will bring resolution to the issue.
The dispute is over a new shift system the PHA is instituting. The nurses’ union is
A Coroner’s Inquest into the fatal shooting of two suspects continued yesterday with the testimony of a firearms examiner.
Kristen Russell, 21, and Philip Armbrister Jr., 19, were shot dead after they allegedly opened fire on a police patrol unit of Detective Corporal 2609 Arthur, DC
A burglar was yesterday jailed for three years after breaking into two schools on the same day.
Earl Darville, 54, of East Street, pleaded guilty to two counts of shop breaking and stealing at his arraignment before Magistrate Samuel McKinney.
Darville admitted to breaking into Reality Educare
Ahead of the official opening of the Big Pond Youth Centre later this month, the Citizen Security and Justice Programme (CSJP) yesterday highlighted several youth-targeted initiatives aimed at reducing crime and violence throughout The Bahamas.
The center will feature a youth violence interruption initiative.
CSJP Component One Coordinator Rochelle Lightbourn