The Bahamas welcomed the largest cruise ship in the world in November last year. Royal Caribbean’s Symphony of the Seas came to the Port of Nassau.
The ship is the latest of the company’s Oasis class. It can accommodate 6,680 guests; has 18 decks; 2,759 state
The tragedy at the T.A. Thompson Junior High School is a painful reminder that our children are vulnerable in the very place we send them to be nurtured and educated.
My thoughts and prayers are with the victim and his family who must live with
As I sat and read a recent article in the dailies where Gladys Louis (mother of murdered teen Perry Rolle) lamented the fact that she was not there for her son when he needed her most, tears welled in my eyes as I remembered
A coroner’s jury returned separate verdicts in a police shooting that ended the lives of two suspects.
Kristen Russell, 21, and Philip Armbrister Jr., 19, were shot dead after they allegedly opened fire on a police patrol unit of Detective Corporal 2609 Arthur, DC 981 Higgs
A magistrate yesterday ruled that two Bahamian men arrested after 60 pounds of marijuana were found secreted away on a fishing boat have a case to answer on a charge of drug possession with intent to supply.
Keith McSweeney Jr., 33, of Coral Harbour, the owner
The New Providence Ecology Park (NPEP) will introduce its recycling program on New Providence in the next six months, Waste Resources Development Group (WRDG) Chairman Henry Dean said yesterday.
The government signed an agreement with NPEP, which comprises WRDG and Providence Advisors, for a $45 million
It will be three years until Bahamians can take over the day-to-day operations at the New Providence Landfill, Waste Resources Development Group (WRDG) Chairman Henry Dean said yesterday.
“We are assisted by two groups of non-Bahamians, one from Canada and one from the United States,” Dean
Bahamas Nurses Union (BNU) President of the Amancha Williams said yesterday The Bahamas’ nursing shortage is “worsening” and will continue to deteriorate unless the Public Hospitals Authority (PHA) lays out a plan to address the issue.
“The shortage is going to get worse,” Williams said.
Most tourism academics across the globe are members of the Tourism Research Information Network (TRINET) based at University of Hawaii School of Travel Industry Management, and so am I. Over the past several months, many of my discussions in this column have been well debated