A man who died last week after being turned away from receiving dialysis treatment was “noncompliant” with his regimen, the Public Hospitals Authority (PHA) said yesterday.
In a statement, the PHA said Neil Johnson, also known as Neil Bethel, 25, who started dialysis treatment in October, missed
Four suspected Dominican poachers were caught in Bahamian waters on Saturday, the Royal Bahamas Defence Force (RBDF) said yesterday.
The RBDF said the U.S. Coast Guard spotted a 20-foot go-fast boat southeast of Great Inagua. The coast guard reported the sighting to the RBDF, which dispatched
PARIS (AP) — The yellow vest protests, which have brought particular chaos to Paris over the past few weeks, abated Saturday, though one small gathering around the presidential palace did lead to police firing tear gas and using batons.
The number of protesters demonstrating on Paris'
NAIROBI, Kenya (AP) — An explosives-packed vehicle detonated at a military checkpoint near Somalia's presidential palace, killing at least 16 people and wounding more than 20 others, police said. The al-Qaida-linked al-Shabab extremist group, which often targets Mogadishu, claimed responsibility for the attack.
Those killed include
The opening of the NAGB’s “NE9: The Fruit and The Seed” was so dynamic, well supported and memorable, we invited the participating artists to share their experiences and thoughts on that evening and also on this National Exhibition (NE) in general. Here are the amazing,
Creative practice often opens the earthly self to infinite power of divine intervention. It is also a barrier-breaking expression and creative practice also allows healing. Art is multifaceted in its approach to the everyday as well as the transformative or the revolutionary. The “Fruit
“Hope is an optimistic attitude, a feeling of trust, of expectation and desire for a particular thing to happen. But, what is hope without action? We have become desensitized to the word “hope” in its overuse. The strength and assurance hope once offered us has
Lush greenery and deep, verdant darkness dotted with acid yellow and a turquoise too blue to be true - Tiffany Smith is master of the hyper-tropical. Her first time displaying at the NAGB, she is a region seasoned veteran for the Caribbean and Black diasporas
The Baillou Rugby Club will put on a Golden Oldies touch rugby 7s tournament on Saturday, February 2 at the Winton Rugby Center at 2 p.m.
The one-day tournament will feature players who are over the age of 35 or who played rugby in its early days
Florida International University defeated the University of Toledo Rockets 35-32 to win the Makers Wanted Bahamas Bowl yesterday at the Thomas A. Robinson National Stadium.
Anthony Jones scored a rushing touchdown with 41 seconds to go to put the game away.
The Panthers’ Christian Alexander finished with