Police said a man was taken into custody at Lynden Pindling International Airport on Tuesday after he was found in possession of 10 pounds of suspected cocaine.
Police said shortly after 2 p.m. Drug Enforcement Unit (DEU) officers saw a man in the Customs Hall who
A man told police than an accounts supervisor at the Magistrates’ Court Complex was the mastermind in a scheme to defraud the Civil and Domestic Courts, a court heard yesterday.
Donavon Harris, 26, of Marshall Road, pleaded guilty to charges of possession of a forged document,
While Minister of Public Works Desmond Bannister has indicated that his ministry needs over $200 million for its capital budget in the next year, it was revealed yesterday that it was allotted less than half that.
In the Ministry of Finance’s Draft Estimates of Revenue and Expenditure for
A woman who interrupted House of Assembly proceedings on Wednesday morning was taken into police custody and has been banned from reentering the precincts of the House for the remainder of the day.
The woman, identified as Fontella Chipman-Rolle, who is Centreville MP Reece Chipman's sister,
WASHINGTON (AP) — Special counsel Robert Mueller is set to make his first public statement on the Russia investigation Wednesday, the Justice Department said.
Mueller will speak at the Justice Department at 11 a.m. and won't take any questions.
It was not clear what he intended to
We are all aware of the crime crisis the country faced the last 10 to 15 years. Killings, mostly in New Providence, drove the murder count to record levels.
The killings were accompanied by scores of stabbings, choppings and bashings, making Prince Margaret Hospital’s Accident and
Fred Sturrup is currently out of office, and during this time, The Nassau Guardian will run a few of his Sports Scope columns from the past.
There is none other more enthused about track and field than Kermit Taylor. Some years ago, he approached me and