Four hundred and eighty two people died of cancer in The Bahamas in 2018, according to data released by the World Health Organization (WHO).
The data revealed that 249 men and 233 women died of cancer in The Bahamas last year. The leading killers were prostate cancer,
Former Minister of Labour and National Insurance Shane Gibson yesterday learned the name of the new judge who will preside over his corruption trial, but still doesn’t know the date.
Justice Indra Charles, who had previously scheduled the trial for September 23, suddenly stepped down from Gibson’s
Two men were charged yesterday in connection with sexual offenses.
Kevin Archer, 21, was denied bail after he was charged with assault with intent to rape.
Prosecutors say he assaulted his alleged victim with the intention of raping her on May 19 at Nassau Village.
Archer’s relatives asked
The suspects in two recent murders made their first appearance before a magistrate yesterday.
Rosemond Etienne, 22, of Wilson Tract, faced four counts of attempted murder in addition to his murder charge.
Prosecutors say Etienne is responsible for the May 13 fatal shooting of Kyle Rolle at
More than 300 Bahamians have taken part in training and degree programs in China since 2014, Chinese Ambassador Huang Qinguo said.
“Over the years, China has, in collaboration with The Bahamas, established many platforms and channels for cooperation in education, culture, sports, health and other fields,”
MARSH HARBOUR, Abaco - Churton Toote is worried about the high cost of living on Abaco.
Toote, 67, an Abaco native since the 1980s, said the price of items in the grocery stores on Abaco is nearly double that of food stores on New Providence.
rime Minister Dr. Hubert Minnis pledged his continued commitment to the needs of the poor as he addressed the League of Haitian Pastors during their 25th International Crusade on Thursday.
“Even as our economy continues to improve we will not rest until many, many more people
Brettina Robinson’s jazzy tones make you yearn for a cold day so that you have every excuse in the world to don super comfy clothes, curl up in a big armchair with a good book and sip a cup of java or tea while you
Justice Carolita Bethel has been chosen to preside over the corruption trial of former Minister of Labor and National Insurance Shane Gibson.
Justice Bernard Turner made the announcement in court today.
The reassignment comes more than two weeks after Justice Indra Charles removed herself, citing conflicts with her
Long Island is blessed with many fine sons and daughters included but not limited to merchants, airline pilots, bankers, accountants, electricians, plumbers and lots of politicians!
Long Island builders are strewn through the islands constructing multimillion-dollar homes, government docks, sea walls really any major building project