A man accused of an acid attack on a woman at a bus stop was arraigned for the crime late Monday.
Christopher Rahming, 41, of Tall Pines, was arraigned on a charge of use of deadly means of harm around 5 p.m.
Prosecutors say that Rahming caused dangerous
AMSTERDAM (AP) — A scale model of a flying drone-car drove and hovered across an Amsterdam exhibition hall Tuesday, providing a glimpse of what could be the future of urban mobility.
The "Pop.Up Next" prototype drone, being developed by aviation giant Airbus, automaker Audi and the
A nurse arrested for allegedly assaulting a police officer, and other charges, during a protest against government policies missed her arraignment yesterday due to an illness.
Jenny Gilbert, 56, of Sea Fan Drive, Sea Breeze Estates, was supposed to be arraigned on allegations that she assaulted
In just over a week’s time on December 2, COP24, the 2018 United Nations Climate Change Conference will take place in Katowice in Poland. In the two days before, the G20, the grouping of the world’s most powerful states, will meet in Buenos Aires, Argentina.
Opposition Leader Philip Brave Davis said the government should kill the Oban Energies deal instead of attempting to salvage it.
“This was a transaction that was weaved by the prime minister and others, a weave that has entangled them,” he said.
“They are just hoping that this just blows
A man accused of aiding and abetting an alleged murderer was yesterday denied bail.
Charvis McPhee, 21, of Sandilands Village Road, appeared before Chief Magistrate Joyann Ferguson-Pratt accused of aiding and abetting the person who gunned down Stantavio Lord on November 12.
Last week, police charged 19-year-old Travis
While Sir Lynden was the foremost leader in Bahamian history, the Progressive Liberal Party is not the party of Sir Lynden, nor is it the party of any one man. Instead, it is a party emboldened by an idea of a grand experiment promoting
The last 50 years have been a witness to an increased reliance on aviation by the general public (i.e., the common man). Notwithstanding random acts of terror, aviation remains the safest and most preferred mode of international travel.
While many persons have become more and
The Atlantic hurricane season closes on Friday. At its end, the minds of the Caribbean people will take some rest.
This year has been calmer than 2017. Climate change has made the seas hotter. In 2017, we witnessed storms of record intensity. Irma reached Category 5 strength.
The International Labour Office (ILO) predicts that The Bahamas will lose over $5.8 million in earnings due to death and withdrawal from the labor force attributable to AIDS in 2020.
The statistics were revealed in an ILO study released earlier this year, entitled, “The impact of