Progressive Liberal Party (PLP) Leader Philip Brave Davis said yesterday that the government should not thrust The Bahamas into the middle of an ongoing trade war between China and the United States.
“I don’t know why we want to get into big people’s fight,” Davis said.
He added: “The trade
During an emotional funeral service at St. Francis Xavier Cathedral yesterday, Monsignor Preston A. Moss was remembered as a kind man and gifted preacher, who made a lasting impression on those who met him.
Moss, a retired Catholic priest and a “beloved brother and spiritual director”,
Prime Minister Dr. Hubert Minnis will deliver his second national address for 2019 on Monday, the government announced yesterday.
The address will be broadcast on television and is the second in a series of reports that will provide updates and information to the people of The Bahamas on a
Following a fiery statement from the Embassy of The People’s Republic of China in the Commonwealth of The Bahamas, U.S. Embassy in Nassau Charge d’Affaires Stephanie Bowers yesterday encouraged leaders to be weary with whom they get into business with.
“We encourage all leaders to choose
Minister of Health Dr. Duane Sands said yesterday that 20 students and teachers at Government High School and A.F. Adderley Junior High School had positive mantoux skin tests for tuberculosis (TB).
“We would have given notice that there were two positive cases of active tuberculosis in two of
Bahamians are to be given priority in operating excursions for Disney Cruise Line’s port at Lighthouse Point, South Eleuthera, according to the heads of agreement (HOA) for the project.
They will have to be approved by the company, along with vendors intending to sell Bahamian goods at the port.
Prime Minister Dr.
A Jamaican teenager who admitted to practicing dentistry without a license was yesterday fined $3,000 or six months in prison.
Police shut down Jahvonie Montigue’s illegal practice after he was reported for advertising braces on Facebook, although he was unlicensed.
Prosecutors said that from October 28, 2018
A policeman lawfully killed armed robbery suspect Willis Wallace in 2012, a coroner’s jury ruled on Thursday.
Police were responding to reports of an armed robbery in progress when they saw two men with a hostage. Wallace, 19, was fatally shot during the pursuit, and another
The Progressive Liberal Party (PLP) has a clear communications strategy: Wake up every morning and say something to make it into the newspapers.
The party is trying to be relevant. That can’t be faulted. It suffered a devastating defeat last election, and desperately wants to come
I write today with a frightening concern. Is it possible that, as a result of the standoff between the Passport Office and the Registrar General’s Department some Bahamians are likely to find themselves stateless or at the very least undocumented?
Let me state right at