Major developments are underway, near approval, or in the planning for our downtown in Nassau. After decades of talk, if these projects come to fruition the area would be transformed.
The major development underway is The Pointe next to British Colonial Hilton. It is a $200
In his report to the nation on Monday, Prime Minister Dr. Hubert Minnis outlined a litany of initiatives his government has/is taking to make the country safer and enhance educational opportunities.
Can we not give the government credit where it is deserving and reserve criticism
I must say that I am very surprised at the anti-development, anti-job stance adopted lately by Her Majesty’s Official Opposition. The Progressive Liberal Party was once a party of the people, the party of the working man. This is no longer the case, it
Bahamian parents must exercise due diligence in monitoring what their kids are viewing on social media, especially since the advent of the sickening Momo challenge game, which has been reported in the United States, the United kingdom, Argentina, Mexico, France and Germany.
The Momo challenge
• This column was first printed on 27 March 2014. This is a reprint with some changes.
By royal mandate the House of Assembly was established in the Bahama Islands in 1729 during the governorship of Woodes Rogers.
The institution was intended for white men of means.
Four hundred and three nurses are needed for specialized units at Princess Margaret Hospital (PMH), according to data compiled in January 2019 by the hospital.
There is a dire need for 165 nurses in the critical care units at PMH.
The critical care units comprise of the
Minister of Social Services Frankie Campbell yesterday linked the level of violent crime among young people in the country to a lack of proper parenting skills.
“There have been many instances of violence, fights, within or around schools that have resulted in serious harm and in
Fort Charlotte MP Mark Humes said yesterday that the country has a gang problem and parents need to be held accountable by law for their underage children. Humes spoke to reporters on the T.A. Thompson Junior High School campus where a memorial assembly was being
A judge yesterday sentenced an armed robber to two days in prison after refusing to sentence him to time-served in accordance with a plea agreement.
Lousaint Dumont, 26, admitted to robbing Alfred Smith of $1 and a cell phone worth $55 on July 21, 2016 at
A man accused of acting as a lookout for the man who murdered Anthony Mather was yesterday unanimously acquitted of the crime.
This is the second time that a jury has cleared Richard Charlton, 24, of involvement in a murder.
Prosecutors in both cases relied on confessions