Several areas throughout eastern New Providence experienced power outages yesterday after a loss of power supply at the Bahamas Power and Light (BPL) Wulff Road substation.
Up to press time, officials had not yet determined the cause of the loss of power supply and investigations were ongoing.
Mangrove Cay and South Andros MP Picewell Forbes yesterday defended his decision to travel to Andros with Health Minister Dr. Duane Sands.
The Progressive Liberal Party (PLP), of which Forbes is a member, has called for the resignations or dismissal of Sands and Minister of National Security Marvin
Two young men are facing a murder charge in the fatal shooting of a man near the Fox Hill park.
Fox Hill resident Richard Fowler, 47, was shot dead on February 12.
Owen Williams, 18, and Steffen Rolle, 23, both of Fox Hill, are charged with non-capital
A tourist who said he bought cocaine from a taxi driver was yesterday fined $1,000.
Carlos Sorda, 64, of Cancun, Mexico, was detained by cruise ship security at Coco Cay in the Berry Islands as he tried to board the Enchantment of the Seas on February
It was a cool Saturday morning at Port Lucaya Marketplace in Grand Bahama.
The stores were open, but the tourists were scarce. The area for taxi cabs had only drivers sitting on benches, queueing for the next fare.
It’s been almost five months since the government executed the purchase
We have been consumed by the discussion around accession to the World Trade Organization (WTO), General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade (GATT) and The General Agreement on Trade in Services (GATS), as well as the other lesser known agreements such as The Agreement on
I write to congratulate the newly elected Leader of the Democratic National Alliance, Arinthia Komolafe.
The DNA party held its convention Feb 22-23, where history was made by delegates electing the first female to a major political party. I do not consider this great accomplishment as
On Sunday the government announced the winning proposal for the redevelopment of the Port of Nassau
The Global Ports Holding-led project was selected as the successful bidder for the multi-million dollar redevelopment and management of the port.
The overall investment is projected to be $250 million. Contract
As this is being written an uneasy calm prevails in Haiti following nearly two weeks of widespread demonstrations against the government of President Jovenal Moïse. Protesters had been demanding his resignation, blocking roads, burning vehicles and attacking government buildings and businesses in many parts of
Progressive Liberal Party (PLP) Senator Dr. Michael Darville said yesterday that while he supports National Health Insurance (NHI), the government’s latest plan should be introduced incrementally in order to reduce the economic strain on Bahamians.
“We are not in opposition to NHI,” Darville said.
“What we are concerned