Successive Progressive Liberal Party (PLP) governments have attempted to “politicize the police force” by appointing senior police officers based on political affiliation, Prime Minister Dr. Hubert Minnis charged on Wednesday night.
During a town hall meeting at the Edmund Moxey Park, Minnis said, “The FNM (Free
A banking executive accused of having sex with an underage boy on a beach has been committed to stand trial in the Supreme Court.
Paul Lewis, 37, of Yamacraw Shores, was committed to stand trial when he appeared before Magistrate Ambrose Armbrister on a charge of
A security guard on Thursday denied raping a teenage girl whom he claimed frequently hired him to drop her to her girlfriend.
Marvin Moss, 45, told the jury that in addition to working as a guard he operated an unlicensed taxi.
According to Moss, he had transported
Police in Exuma said they are investigating the death of a man whose body was found in an abandoned building under construction.
Police said shortly after 8 p.m. on Wednesday officers responded to Queens Highway and Bahama Sound Boulevard, after receiving reports that a man was
The Ministry of Health has proposed the introduction of revised fees in the healthcare system that would go into effect on July 1, Health Minister Dr. Duane Sands said yesterday.
“We have piloted or trialed it and we will probably incorporate some of the changes of the new fee proposal into the
Bishop Simeon Hall yesterday defended the stance of Bahamas Christian Council (BCC) President Bishop Delton Fernander on Bahamas Carnival.
“While I am one of those who support people’s right to express themselves as they wish, their rights must not infringe on the public’s rights,” Hall said
Central Bank Governor John Rolle said yesterday that while the increase in value-added tax (VAT) was a “painful measure”, it will benefit the country in the long term.
“What we have to always appreciate in The Bahamas is that, given some of the difficult states that
Despite the start of the 2019 hurricane season still a month away, Chief Meteorologist Geoffrey Greene said yesterday that a weather system that dumped rain across the country and produced hail on Inagua will continue to bring heavy rain and strong winds over the next
Central Bank Governor John Rolle yesterday said the Bahamian economy is strong and is expected to continue to grow at a moderate pace.
“You’re working with what you got. Let’s put it that way,” he said during his quarterly media address at the Central Bank.
Back in early March, it seemed that both sides in Venezuela had decided a long drawn out crisis was better than a civil war. It appears that the leader of one side has now changed his mind.
Almost four months ago, Juan Guaidó challenged President Nicolás