Nearly a year after he warned government MPs not to forget who they work for, Bain and Grants Town MP Travis Robinson praised the “strong and steady” leadership of Prime Minister Dr. Hubert Minnis who he said had made the tough and unpopular decisions for
After he noted a list of achievements by the Minnis administration in his constituency, South and Central Eleuthera MP Hank Johnson pleaded with the government to address a number of issues in the community, many of which he said have been longstanding.
Johnson spoke on the need for proper
Speaking on what he referred to as “rumblings” in the hotel industry, Minister of Tourism Dionisio D’Aguilar last week called on the Bahamas Hotel Catering and Allied Workers Union (BHCAWU) and the Bahamas Hotel Employers Association (BHEA) to act responsibly.
“Act responsibly, because our entire country
Scores of St. Augustine’s College alumni wore red clothing when they appeared in court on Thursday in a show of solidarity for an administrator charged with causing harm to a student.
However, Reginald Forbes, who was arrested and charged over the alleged May 28 beating that
A fire broke out on the third floor of the Bahamas Agriculture and Marine Science Institute (BAMSI) off East Bay Street on Thursday night.
Fire Services Chief Fire Officer Superintendent Thomas Lightbourne said fire services received reports of the fire shortly after 10:30 p.m.
“We proceeded with
Progressive Liberal Party (PLP) Leader Philip Brave Davis said yesterday that he does not regret releasing several dozen balloons into the air during the Labour Day parade as it was not enough to harm the environment.
The government has announced a ban of single-use plastics to
In cases that are not believed to be related, two teenage girls and a man went missing on New Providence recently, according to police.
Kania Pierre, 14, of 44 Watlins Street is described as being between 5’4” and 5’6” tall, with a slim build and brown
An unknown amount of money was stolen from Commonwealth Bank on Prince Charles Drive yesterday morning, according to police.
Acting Deputy Commissioner of Police Paul Rolle confirmed the theft took place however, police provided limited details up to press time.
“I can confirm that police were called
A man was killed in a car crash on Abaco on Thursday, according to police.
Police said shortly after 6 a.m. officers were called to Forrest Drive, Abaco, where a black Mazda car and a red and black Honda motorcycle collided head-on.
The driver of the motorcycle, a 35-year-old
A court hearing seeking to stop the eviction of 177 shantytown dwellers has been adjourned.
On Thursday, Loren Klein, consultant in the Office of the Attorney General, argued that an application for discovery made on behalf of Respect our Homes, represented by Fred Smith, QC, was