Most of the senseless killings in recent times are being committed by persons illegally in possession of guns.
Notably, guns are not manufactured in The Bahamas and persons found illegally importing guns should face the stiffest penalty in the law. Guns are too easily available
I was 29 years old when Prime Minister Hubert Ingraham invited me to serve in his Cabinet for the first time. That was in March 1997. I had never been a member of Parliament, a senator or a senior party official. Ingraham was taking a chance
Asmall gas leak caused a disruption in service at the National Insurance Board’s (NIB) Baillou Hill Road headquarters yesterday.
National Insurance Board Director Dr. Nicola Virgill-Rolle explained that around 10 a.m. customers and employees reported gas odors.
“…We do have a cafeteria on-premise, and, so, we took
The lifeless body of a foreign woman was found on Paradise Island on Monday, police said.
Police said they were called to a hotel shortly after 10 p.m., where they discovered the body.
Emergency Medical Services (EMS) was called to the scene and attempted to revive the
The Department of Public Prosecutions was yesterday granted permission to challenge the release of murder convict Clinton “Russ” Evans at the Privy Council.
The local appellate court on January 24 allowed Evans’ appeal against murder and attempted murder convictions.
The majority of the appellate tribunal ruled against
A woman admitted to stabbing her boyfriend in the neck during a fight over their children, a Supreme Court jury heard yesterday.
Ernesta Butler, 25, is on trial for the October 23, 2016 attempted murder of Trevor Taylor Jr., the father of two of her children.
A teenager who brandished a knife as he threatened to hurt his former girlfriend if he saw her with another man was yesterday placed on two years’ probation.
Anthony Whylly, 18, of Edgecombe Drive, Fox Hill, pleaded guilty to three counts of assault with a dangerous
The family of a ninth-grade T.A. Thompson Junior High School student who was stabbed to death yesterday said he was consistently bullied at school.
Police said the teen died in hospital Tuesday afternoon after he was stabbed around 3 p.m. during a brawl with another high
The Ministry of Health has moved to expedite the second dose of the Measles, Mumps and Rubella (MMR) vaccination for toddlers in The Bahamas after a confirmed case of measles was reported last month.
According to a February 21, 2019 memorandum from Deputy Chief Medical Officer
Progressive Liberal Party (PLP) Deputy Leader Chester Cooper said yesterday that Prime Minister Dr. Hubert Minnis must put an end to the “barbaric and wicked” practice of victimizing PLPs.
Cooper, who was addressing supporters during a PLP branch meeting in South Andros last night, accused the